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ANNUAL REPORT 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL 



Commcnfoealtl of Passar|ttsetts, 



WITH KEPOKTS FKOM THE 



aUARTERMASTER-GENERAL, SURGEON-GENERAL, AND MASTER 
OF ORDNANCE, 



FOR THE YEAR ENDING 



DECEMBER 31, 1863. 



BOSTON: 

WRIGHT & POTTER, STATE PRINTERS. 
No. 4 Spring Lane^ 

18 64. 



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CommDnujealtl) of iMaeaarljusetts^ 



Adjutant-General's Office, Boston, 
January 11th, 1864. 

To His Excellency John A. Andrew, Governor and Com- 
mander-in- Chief. 

Governor, — I have the honor herewith to submit the Annual 
Report of the Adjutant-General's Department for the year 
ending December 31st, 1863. 

It is proper that I should explain to your Excellency why 
my Report has not been made at an earlier day. My explana- 
tion is, that on the 26th of November I was attacked with a 
severe illness which confined me to my home six weeks. As 
soon as I was sufificiently recovered to resume my duties at the 
State House, I did so, but it was not until the lltli day of 
January, 1864, that I was well enough to commence upon this 
work. 

The great number of daily visitors at this office on business, 
and the large and increasing correspondence of this Department, 
have prevented me from writing any part of my Report during 
the usual office hours. It has been wholly made up during the 
long winter evenings of January and February.. These expla- 
nations I trust will be a satisfactory apology for the delay of its 
publication, and the errors, if any, which it may contain. 

With the highest respect, 

I have the honor to be. 

Your Excellency's ob't servant, 

WM. SCHOULER, Adjutant- General. 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



ANNUAL REPORT. 



Adjutant-General's Office, 
December 31, 1863. 

To His Excellency John A. Andrew, Governor and Com- 
mander-in- Chief. 

Sir: — The rebellion which began in the South in April, 1861, 
against the lawful government of the United States, has not 
yet been crushed. During the past year Massachusetts has sent 
new levies to the field, to add to the numerical strength of the 
Union forces, and to take the places of her sons, who, on many 
a well-fought field, have nobly fallen at the post of duty. 
Recruiting for the Union Army is still going on in our midst. 
Every city and town in the Commonwealth is exerting its 
strength to furnish men for the service, and to fill the depleted 
ranks of our veteran regiments, and batteries ; to furnish new 
ones to fight new battles in new campaigns, and to add renown 
to the prowess of New England soldiers ; to give additional 
lustre to the name of old Massachusetts, and to make fixed and 
indissoluble the Union of the North American States. 

Appropriations and Expenditures. 
The appropriations, and expenditures of this Department for 
the year 1863, have been as follows : — 

Appropriation for Military Bounty, $43,000 00 

Drawn, « » "... $5,313 00 

Drawn for payment of troops for suppression of riot, 15,716 00 

21,029 00 

Balance, . . . $21,971 00 

Appropriation for Military Accounts, ..... $5,500 00 
Drawn, 3,309 59 

Balance, $2,190 41 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 5 

Appropriation for Office Incidentals, . . . . . $3,000 00 
Drawn, 2,671 09 

Balance, . $328 91 

Appropriation for Armory Rents, . . . . . . $11,000 00 

Appropriation for Extra Clerk hire, $8,500 00 

Drawn, 5,518 07 

Balance, ' $2,981 93 

Total balance of Appropriations for 1863 : — 

Military Bounty, $37,687 00 

Military Accounts, 2,190 41 

Office Incidentals, 328 91 

Armory Rents, (estimated,) 8,000 00 

Extra Clerk hire, . 2,981 93 

$51,188 25 

In addition to the foregoing expenditures, which were 
charged to appropriations, the sums of $2,854.39, for extra 
clerk hire, and $3,336.11, for incidental expenses, have been 
charged to the War Fund. 

The claim for armory rents will probably not exceed three 
thousand dollars for the year. The cause of this reduction is, 
that nearly all of our organized militia companies joined the 
nine months regiments, and were absent from the Common- 
wealth a large portion of the year. There being no public 
property left in the armories, to be preserved, no exigency 
existed for continuing to hire them, and pay rents. Anticipat- 
ing this, I issued, by direction of your Excellency, early in 
December, 1862, General Order, No. 64, as follows : — 

Head Quarteks, Boston, December 31, 1862. 
[General Order, No. 64.] 

Most of the companies of the Volunteer Militia of Massachusetts 
being now absent at the seat of war, as volunteers in the service of the 
United States, city and town authorities are not required to furnish 
company armories from this date, except in cases herein specified, viz.: 

In Boston, for Companies A and B, First Battalion Light Dragoons, 
and the Company of Cadets of First Division. In North Bridgewater, 
for the Company of Light Dragoons of Second Brigade. In Waltham, 
for the Company of Light Dragoons of Third Brigade. In Salem, for 
the Company of Cadets, commanded by Major Marks,, the Company of 



6 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Infantry, Captain Staten, and the Section of Light Artillery, Captain 
Wilson. These companies having now an organization within the 
Commonwealth, armories will be provided for them under the statute, 
until further orders. When the organizations now absent shall return 
suitable provision will be made for them under then existing laws. 

By order of His L^xcellency John A. Andrew, Governor and 
Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

A copy of this Order was sent to the mayors of the cities, and 
the selectmen of the towns in which militia organizations existed, 
and in which armories were established. This gave the muni- 
cipal authorities timely notice not to renew the leases of the 
armories for the year 1863, or until the companies had 
returned, and public property had again been placed in their 
charge. These companies have all returned home, but I regret 
to say, that but few of them have reorganized as militia, and 
assumed their old positions in the Military Arm of the Com- 
monwealth. 

Soldiers' Record Books. 

" An Act to preserve a record of our soldiers and officers," 
approved March 7th, 1863, made it the " duty of the clerk of 
every city and town of this Commonwealth to make out a full 
and complete record of the names of all the soldiers and 
officers who compose his town's quota of the troops furnished by 
the Commonwealth to the United States,* during the present 
rebellion." It was also made the duty of such clerk to 
procure a suitable blank book in which to make said record. 
On the 27th of April, "An Act in addition to the Act " of March 
7th was approved, which made it the duty of the Adjutant- 
General to prepare, and furnish to the city, and town clerks, 
suitable blank books, in which to make their records, which 
books were to be furnished at cost, to the parties applying for 
them. 

Between the time of the passage of the Act o£ March 7th and 
the passage of the Act of April 29th, a form of blank book had 
been made by Mr. George Coolidge, of Boston, which met with 
general favor, and the clerks of eighty-one cities and towns had 
contracted with him to furnish their books at certain fixed prices. 
After the passage of the Act, making it my duty to furnish the 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 7 

books, I had an interview with Mr. Coolidge, examined his 
book, and approving of its form and style, I contracted with 
him to make the books for the clerks of the cities and towns 
who had not already contracted with him, provided that he 
would reduce his prices one-third, and apply the reduced rates 
also to the city and town clerks who had already contracted 
■with him. This Mr. Coolidge agreed to, and the books were 
made by him. I caused information to be sent to the several 
cities and towns, when the books were ready, that they might 
be sent for. I have furnished about two hundred cities and 
towns with these books, and have received in payment for them 
$1,580.57. Sixty cities and towns have not yet called for their 
books, and they remain in this office. The contract price for 
making the books was $2,180.85, of which Mr. Coolidge has 
been paid $1,580.57, leaving a balance due him of $600.28, 
■which, I respectfully submit, should be met by an appropriation 
by the legislature, and the money to be received by the future 
sale of the remaining books be paid into the treasury of the 
Commonwealth. 

Office Business. 

The business of this Office has largely increased during the 
past year, and has rendered necessary the employment of addi- 
tional clerical force. 

The whole number of Commissions issued during the year 
to officers, in the three years volunteer service is 1,638 
To officers in the Militia, 127 



Total, 1,765 

Forty-six General, and thirteen hundred and thirty- three 
Special Orders, covering 867 manuscript pages, have been 
issued during the year, and upwards of six thousand letters, 
covering 4,700 pages of manuscript, have been written within 
the same period. 

About ten thousand certificates for State aid have been 
issued from our descriptive rolls, to persons having a right to 
receive them ; -who have made application for them personally 
or by letter to this Department. 

The work of making an alphabetical index of the soldiers' 
names on our rolls is still progressing favorably, and will be of 



8 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

great value for present and future reference when completed. 
It has taken a longer time to prepare and complete them than 
was originally anticipated. It is a work of almost endless 
detail. It will be completed, however, during the year 1864. 

Muster and Descriptive Rolls. 

It is a source of just pride, as it is a proof of the inestimable 
value, that we have almost complete and perfect muster-in and 
descriptive rolls, of our gallant soldiers. Our descriptive 
rolls are, indeed, without a break. Our muster-in rolls are not 
complete, nor is it possible to make them so. During the 
summer, an agent was sent to Washington to complete them, 
from the originals in the Adjutant-General's office, but he 
found that complete muster rolls of our men were not on file 
in that office. Some were there, which we had not, and we 
had some which were not in the War Office. _ Copies were 
made of those which we lacked, and I reciprocated the kind- 
ness extended by the officers in the Adjutant-General's Depart- 
ment, by making out copies from the muster rolls in our 
possession which were not in Washington. Still there were 
certain muster rolls which neither office possessed. In order to 
obtain them I addressed a circular letter to the regiments and 
batteries whose rolls were missing, inquiring if they had copies 
of their muster rolls ; from nearly all of them I received a 
negative answer. Many of the regiments had lost their books 
and papers during their two years' service in the enemy's 
country, and with them their muster rolls. This demonstrated 
that there were no muster rolls of these Massachusetts regi- 
ments and batteries in existence, and the only rolls except 
those in the companies' books were the descriptive rolls in 
this office. These were complete, and as they are almost literal 
transcripts from the original muster rolls made up before the 
regiments left the State, their value is greatly enhanced. 

it may appear to casual observers that I place an undue 
value and importance upon these rolls, but when it is known that 
it is upon the evidence furnished by these rolls, and nothing 
else, that the bounties and pensions are allowed and paid by the 
United States to discharged and invalid soldiers, and to widows 
and children of those who have died in the service, their 
importance will be admitted. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



9 



I have the satisfaction of informing your Excellency that in 
all cases where it has been clearly ascertained that the muster 
rolls of the Massachusetts regiments have been irretrievably 
lost, the War Department has agreed to take our descriptive 
rolls as evidence in place of them, as if they were the original 
muster rolls; and I am now having copies made, to be for- 
warded to the Adjutant-Greneral of the United States, so that 
the rights of the soldier, the widow and the fatherless shall be 

preserved. 

Bounties paid to Receuits. 

The " Act to provide for the payment of Bounties to Volun- 
teers, and for other purposes," approved November 18, 1863, 
(Extra Session,) provides, section 6th, that tlie pay rolls for the 
payment of the bounties to the recruits shall be prepared by 
the Adjutant-General. Upon rolls thus prepared, bounties 
have been paid up to January 1st, 1864, to the amount of five 
hundred and eighty-four thousand two hundred and eighty-two 
dollars and fifty cents, (§584,282.50.) The following table 
gives the payments in detail : — 



Statistics of State Bounty Pay Roll to January 1st, 1864. 





Number paid 


Number paid 








Roll. 


fa25. 


$50. 


Number Minors. 


Total Amount. 


Allotted. 


1 


5 


_ 


_ 


11,625 00 




2 


73 


6 


17 


22,400 00 


$8,195 00 


3 


83 


4 


27 


27,175 00 


13,825 00 


4 


21 


2 


4 


6,925 00 


1,955 00 


5 


117 


16 


49 


39,375 00 


20,260 00 


6 


125 


17 


38 


41,475 00 


7,500 00 


7 


12 


139 


36 


11,475 00 


875 00 


8 


48 


2 


- 


15,700 00 


5,850 00 


9 


114 


5 


.39 


37,675 00 


17,050 00 


10 


95 


6 


32 


31,175 00 


11,102 50 


11 


56 


5 


23 


18,450 00 


9,814 00 


12 


110 


10 


41 


36,575 00 


16,840 00 


13 


116 


4 


37 


37,950 00 


16,845 00 


14 


11 


1 


6 


3,625 00 


3,560 00 


15 


103 


5 


38 


33,450 00 


20,630 00 


16 


8 


- 


3 


2,600 00 


1,910 00 


17 


29 


- 


12 


9,475 00 


8,135 00 


18 


26 


- 


10 


8,450 00 


6,795 00 


19 


• 16 


- 


6 


5,200 00 


3,825 00 


20 


42 


2 


13 


13,750 00 


5,325 00 




1,210 


224 


431 


$404,525 00 


$179,757 50 



10 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

This table shows that nearly one-third of the recruits have 
•adopted the allotment system. As a general rule the new 
recruits prefer receiving at once the entire bounty, (S325,) 
while the veteran volunteers, and especially those now in 
service who have re-enlisted, prefer the allotment system. 

From the 1st of January to the 17th of October, bounties of 
fifty dollars were paid by the State to 4,097 enlisted men. 
Total amount, 1204,125. 

State Militia. 

Under the Acts of 1863, (chapter 243, General Statutes,) 
establishing a Militia Force to be called the Independent Division 
of the Active Militia of Massachusetts, eleven (11) companies 
have been raised and organized, 8 of infantry, 2 of artillery, 
and 1 of cavalry, respectively, in the following cities and towns : 
Fall River, Shelburne, Newburyport, Chelsea, Boston, New 
Bedford, Westborough, Cambridge, Millbury, Plymouth and 
Charlestown. 

Under chapter 167, Acts of 1863, there have been five (5) 
companies of " The State Guard" raised and organized, in the 
following cities and towns:, Worcester, Chelsea, Boston, 
Woburn, and Scituate. 

Bounties Refunded to Towns. 
In my last Annual Report, in speaking of the system of 
paying bounties to stimulate recruitments, I gave my opinion, 
that such bounties should be paid by the State, instead of the 
separate towns, and should be uniform throughout the Com- 
monwealth, without any competition or emul-ation as to the 
amount ; and that the burden of paying such bounties should 
be apportioned according to property, rather than according 
to the number of able-bodied men in any particular locality. 
These ideas have been acted upon by the General Court in 
their subsequent legislation. By chapter 218 of the Statutes 
of 1863, provision was made for reimbursing, to the several 
towns and cities of the Commonwealth, the bounties which had 
been paid by them to volunteers, enlisted and mustered into 
the military service of the United States, under the calls of the 
President of the United States, of July and August, 1862, not 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 11 

exceeding |100 for each volunteer. The cities and towns were 
required to make returns to your Excellency, in the forms 
which should be prescribed, giving the names of all such volun- 
teers to whom they had paid bounties, the amount paid to each, 
and their regiments, with such other facts as might be required. 

Yoiir Excellency accordingly issued an Executive Order, 
under the signature of the Secretary of State, dated May loth, 
1863, prescribing the form of such returns, and the time within 
which they should be made ; and designated Major William 
Rogers, Assistant Adjutant-General, as the officer to examine, 
compare and revise the same, as directed by the statutes, and 
ascertain the amounts to be reimbursed. The returns were 
generally made with promptness, and the report was made up 
and certified to the treasurer of the Commonwealth, and the 
assessors of the several towns and cities. 

The rates of bounties varied considerably in different locali- 
ties, being in a few instances as low as fifty dollars, and in 
others as high as five hundred ; and there were some individual 
bounties higher still. But no considerable number of volunteers 
were paid more than two hundred dollars each, and the average 
amount was one hundred dollars and thirty-three cents, and a 
very small, fraction. 

The whole number of volunteers for three years, under the 
two calls of July and August, 1862, to whom bounties were 

paid, was 17,378 

For nine months, . . . . . . . 17,143 



Total, ....... 34,521 

Bounties paid to said three years men, . . $2,295,125 45 
" " " nine months men, . . 2,300,921 00 



Total, . . . . . . 14,596,046 45 

To be reimbursed, at not exceeding $100 each, 3,418,640 50 



Paid by towns and cities, and not reimbursed, $1,177,405 95 

The number of men to whom bounties were paid in the 
several counties, and the amounts paid and to be reimbursed, 
in each county, are shown by the following table : — # 



12 



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The above-mentioned number of three years volunteers is 
larger than that of the three years men who were mustered into 
the service of the United States between July 1st, 1862, and 
January 1st, 1863, for .the reason that many of those to whom 
bounties were paid went into the Second Regiment of Cavalry, 
and into heavy artillery companies, and were not mustered into 
service until after 'January 1st, 1863. But there is a discrep- 
ancy between the number of nine months men, to whom 
bounties were paid, and the number for whom Massachusetts 
has obtained credit at the War Department as having been 
mustered into the service of the United States, 

The former number being . . . 17,147 
The latter " " ... 16,837 



Making a difference of . . . . ^ ti ! 

and showing a loss to the people of the Commonwealth ,on this 
amount of $31,000. This discrepancy can only be accounted 
for by desertions and impositions by volunteers or their runners, 
practiced upon the town and city officers, by which bounties 
were obtained from more than one place by the same men. 

In order to detect the number of instances in which this 
latter fraud has been practiced, I have employed a clerk for the 
express purpose of making a careful and laborious analysis of 
the names of the men to whom bounties were paid, assorting 
them alphabetically, and thus bringing together the instances 
where the same name occurred more than once. To do this 
with a list of 34,521 names, has been a work of time, and it has 
been found impossible to complete it within the few months 
which elapsed after the returns came in, and before the meeting 
of the legislature ; but it may perhaps be finished before they 
separate, 

I give, however, some statement of what has been already 
ascertained in the matter. 

Among the 24,000 names of volunteers to whom bounties 
were so paid, already arranged alphabetically, it is found that 
the name of 

John Williams occurs 23 times. 

John Smith occurs 21 times. 



14 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

John Brown occurs 20 times. 

William Smith occurs 18 times. 

John Kelley occurs 16 times. 

John McCarty occurs 16 times. 

John Murphy, James Murphy, John O'Brien, John Sullivan, 
occur 14 times each. ^ 

Charles Smith occurs 12 times. 

James Kelley, James O'Brien, George Smith, James Smith, 
occur 11 times each. 

Patrick Murphy, James Wilson, occur 10 times each. 

William Johnson, John Riley, James Sullivan, William 
Thompson, James Brown, occur 9 times each. 

Charles Brown, George Brown, John Davis, William Kelley, 
John Moore, William O'Brien, John O'Niel, Charles H. Smith, 
Dennis Sullivan, Michael Sullivan, John White, occur 8 times 
each. 

John Q. Adams, John Boyle, John Burns, John Burke, 
Charles Clark, William Murphy, Michael Murphy, Patrick 
Sullivan, John Taylor, John Walsh, George Wilson, John 
Wood, occur 7 times each. 

John Allen, John Clark, James Collins, George Harris, Wil- 
liam Johnson, John Jones, Michael Kelley, Thomas Lynch, 
John Miller, Joseph Smith, Daniel Sullivan, William Sullivan, 
James Walsh, George Williams, Charles Wilson, William Wood, 
occur 6 times each. 

William Brown, Patrick Burke, James Casey, John Casey, 
Thomas Clark, Patrick Collins, John Connor, John Cunning- 
ham, William Davis, John Fitzgerald, Patrick Gallagher, James 
Johnson, John Johnson, George Jones, Thomas Kelley, John 
Kinney, John Lynch, Patrick Lynch, Patrick McCarty, Patrick 
O'Brien, Patrick Riley, Charles P. Smith, William Stone, 
Eugene Sullivan, James Taylor, occur 6 times each. 

78 other names occur 4 times each. 

150 other names occur three times each. 

857 other names occur two times each. 

These numbers will of course be increased upon completing 
the 10,000 names which still remain to be assorted. Many, of 
course, are the names of different individuals happening to 
have the same name, but cases have been found, upon exami- 
nation, where there are repetitious of the names of the same 
individuals. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 15 

It is estimated that there are between 200 and 300 cases of 
such repetitions, — when the analysis is completed the matter is 
worthy of thorough investigation. 

The July Riot. 

Early in the month of July, one of the most disgraceful and 
cruel riojts that ever occurred in this country, broke out in the 
city of New York. It was represented to be instigated by persons 
who were opposed to the Union cause, and especially to the law 
of Congress, to draft men to fill our depleted regiments at the 
seat of war, and that it was carried out by their disloyal followers. 

The defection in New York spread to this city. Informa- 
tion was obtained on the 13th of July, that a riot was likely to 
take place in Boston. Preparation was immediately taken to 
prevent it. On the 14th of July orders were given verbally to 
Captain Jones, to notify his company, the Eleventh Battery, to 
assemble at their armory, in Cooper Street, and to hold them sub- 
ject to orders. It became apparent in the afternoon of the 14th 
that an outbreak would at least be attempted, and preparations 
were immediately made to nip it in the bud. Alarm spread to 
Cambridge, Roxbury, Charlestown, Lowell, New Bedford, and 
other large places, and applications were made by the muni- 
cipal authorities of these places, to your Excellency, for 
military support to aid them in maintaining the peace, which 
requests were granted to the full extent demanded. The fol- 
lowing Special Orders for troops were immediately issued : — 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 388.] 

Major Charles W. Wilder, First Battalion Light Dragoons, M. V. 
M., will order the companies under his command to assemble at their 
armories immediately and there await further orders. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

WSr. ScHOULER, Adjutant- General. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 389.] 

Lieutenant-Colonel C. C. Holmes, commanding Company of Cadets, 
First Division, M. V. M., will assemble his company at their armory 
immediately and there await further orders. Lieutenant-Colonel Holmes 
will apply to the Master of Ordnance for ammunition. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schoulek, Adjutant- General. 



16 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Oebbr, No. 390.] 

Major-General Andrews and Staff, First Division, M. V. M., will 
report forthwith to these Head-Quarters and await further orders. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

• Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 
« 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 1^, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 391.] 

Brigadier-General R. A. Peirce, Commandant of Camps, will order 
the men now in Camp at Eeadville, belonging to Second Regiment 
Heavy Artillery and Second Regiment Massachusetts Cavalry, under 
command of Colonel Frankle, to proceed to Boston, immediately, by 
railroad, to maintain the peace of the city, which is now threatened with 
violence. Colonel Frankle, upon arriving at Boston, will report to these 
Head-Quarters. 

Brigadier-Genei'al Peirce will promulgate this Order and will see that 
it is executed. General Peirce will turn over to Colonel Frankle such 
arms and ammunition as he can well spare from Camp. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 392.] 

Colonel .Codman, commanding Forty-Fifth Regiment Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia, is hereby ordered to report with his regiment forth- 
with, for duty at Readville. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 393.] 

Colonel Lee, Forty-Fourth Regiment, M. V. M., will cause his regi- 
ment to assemble at their armory, Boylston Hall, forthwith, and await 
further orders. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 394.] 

Major Charles W. Wilder, First Battalion Light Dragoons, First 
Brigade, First Division, M. V. M., in obedience to orders issued at 
three o'clock this afternoon, reported for duty at five o'clock that his 
Battalion was ready. His Excellency thanks Major Wilder and his 
command for their prompt respondence and directs that he report imme- 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 17 

diately to His Honor Frederick W. Lincoln, Jr., Mayor of Boston, for 
orders. 

By order of His Excellency John A. Andrew, Governor and Gom- 
mander-in- Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 395.] 

The Corps of Cadets, First Division M. V. M., will report for duty 
forthwith, to do guard duty at the State House. 

Major-General Andrews, First Division M. V. M., is charged with the 
promulgation of this Order, and will see that it is carried out. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. • 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Order, 396.] 

Major Cabot, First Battalion First Regiment Heavy Artillery, Mas- 
sachusetts Volunteers, having with great expedition reported for duty 
from Fort Warren, in response to a request by His Excellency the 
Governor, has, with his command, the thanks of His Excellency. 

Major Cabot will report for orders to His Honor Frederick W. 
Lincoln, Jr., Mayor of Boston. It is the wish of His Excellency that a 
portion of Major Cabot's command be ordered for duty at the Armory, 
of the Eleventh Battery, Light Artillery, in Cooper Street, to support 
the section of Light Artillery now there. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

W3I. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14th, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 397.] 

Brigadier-General Lawrence, Third Brigade M. V. M., will report 
forthwith to these Head-Quarters, and await further orders. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 398.] 

His Honor W. C. Richardson, Mayor of Cambridge, will cause the 
Company of Washington Home Guard, Capt. Bradford, a military 
organization in said Cambridge, to do guard duty at the "State Arsenal 
at Cambridge, this night, and remain until this Order is countermanded. 
They will furnish themselves with rations at army rates. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 
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18 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Head-Quarteks, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Okdee, No. 399.] 

Colonel Jones Frankle, Second Regiment Heavy Artillery, Mass. 
Vols., in obedience to Special Order, No. 391, reported for duty with his 
command with great alacrity. His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief 
thanks him and his command for their promptness. Colonel Frankle 
will report for further orders to His Honor Mayor Lincoln of Boston, 
and remain on duty until relieved by orders. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863, 
[Special Okdee, No. 400.] 

Brigadier- General Peirce, Second Brigade, First Division, M. V. M., 
will report to His Honor Frederick "W. Lincoln, Mayor of Boston, to 
take command of all the military forces which are under orders to sup- 
port the police in preserving the order of the city. 

Major-General Andrews, First Division, M. V. M., is charged with 
the promulgation of this Order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wbi. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 401.] 

Company F, Fifth Regiment, M. V. M., Medfbrd, having responded 
in short notice armed and equipped to march to maintain the laws and 
suppress insurrection. His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief thanks 
the company for their promptness and tender of service. Captain 
Charles Currier, in command of said company, will hold his men in 
readiness to obey all orders. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- Genei^al. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 402.] 

Company B, Fifth Regiment, M. V. M., So'merville, having responded 
in short notice to march to maintain the laws and suppress insurrection. 
His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief thanks the company for their 
promptness and tender of service. Captain B. F. Parker, in command 
of said company, will receive his arms and ammunition from Mr. Trum- 
bull, Acting Master of Ordnance, and will hold his men in readiness to 
obey all orders of His Excellency the Governor until this is counter- 
manded. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm.. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 19 

Nothing could excel the zeal and soldier-like promptness, 
with which the military organizations responded to the orders 
of your Excellency. Several companies known as Drill Clubs 
and Home Guards, of which I shall make mention hereafter, 
tendered their services, which were temporarily accepted. 
Major Gordon, U. S. A., in command of Fort Independence, 
came from the fort with a company of his men, and offered 
the services of himself and command for any military duty 
which your Excellency or His Honor the Mayor of Boston 
might order him to perform. Captain Whiton's company of 
Heavy Artillery, Massachusetts Volunteers, also on duty at 
Fort Independence, came to the city, and upon representa- 
tions made by Major Rodman, U. S. A., in command of the 
U. S. Arsenal at Watertown, this company was forwarded at 
once for guard duty at that important post. Captain Collins, 
Lieut, McKibben, and other U. S. officers on duty at Boston, also 
tendered their assistance, and performed valuable service. 

It is not my purpose to give a detailed account of the riot, or 
of the disturbances which occurred during the days of July 
14th and 15th. It is sufficient to state that the military and 
the police, by their courage and prompt action, soon put an 
end to them, but not before blood had been shed upon the 
streets of Boston. The rioters assembled, on the evening of the 
14th, in the neighborhood of the armory of the Eleventh Battery, 
in Cooper Street, which was attacked with stones and other 
missiles. The military, under command of Major Stephen 
Cabot, First Battalion of Heavy Artillery, M. Y., kept inside in 
perfect quiet, but with their guns loaded and ready for attack, 
should an exigency arrive. At length an attempt was made by 
the mob to force an entrance to the building and obtain posses- 
sion of the guns. It was not prudent to delay, and accordingly 
the word was given to fire. The effect was electrical; several 
persons were killed, and more wounded, — how many, will prob- 
ably never be known, as they were carried away by their friends, 
and afterwards kept hidden. This virtually crushed the mob, 
although riotous demonstrations were afterwards made in Dock 
Square, and in other parts of the city, but the presence and firm 
front of the military, and the courage and activity of the police, 
cowed the desperadoes. Several arrests were made of persons 
supposed to be ringleaders, but no more powder and ball were 



20 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

fired. The one volley in Cooper Street did the work, and saved 
many lives from death, and much valuable property from 
destructfon. No outbreak occurred in any of the other cities in 
the Commonwealth. The military, however, were held in readi- 
ness for several days in each of them, ready at a moment's 
notice to maintain the public peace. The following Special 
Orders were issued, which relate to the riot : — 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 14, 1863. 
[Special Okdee, No. 403.] 

Special Order, No. 401, ordering Captain Charles Currier, Company 
F, Fifth Regiment, M. V. M., to hold his men in readiness for special 
service in Boston, is hereby countermanded, and they are hereby re- 
lieved from further duty. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 15, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 404.] 

The companies in Roxbury on duty, under orders from these Head- 
Quarters are relieved from said duty until further orders. The compa- 
nies, for their prompt and patriotic response to the call of duty, have the 
thanks of His Excellency, the Commander-in-Chief 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, July 15, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 405.] 

The efficient and able discharge of important duties by the various 
military corps in the Commonwealth, yesterday, to preserve the peace 
of the city of Boston, and maintain the supremacy of the laws, deserves 
and receives the thanks of His Excellency, the Commander-in-Chief 
The entire force which was on duty yesterday will remain until relieved 
by orders from these Head-Quarters. 

Those companies in Charlestown, Roxbury, Cambridge, Somerville, 
and Medford, which were released from duty last night will assemble at 
their armories, or at some central place of rendezvous, at seven o'clock 
this evening, and will report by an orderly to these Head-Quarters. 

Citizens are invited by the Commander-in-Chief to enlist in the 
Forty-Fourth and Forty-Fifth Regiments, or any other military organ- 
ization now existing in the Commonwealth. 

Regard will be given to the comfort and subsistence of the troops 
while under orders. 

Brigadier- General Peirce, Second Brigade, First Division, command- 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 21 

ing the troops on duty, will promulgate this Order, and will take proper 
measures to have it carried into effect. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wbi. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 



Head-Quarters, Boston, July 15, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 406.] 

The commanders of companies of Volunteer Militia and all military 
organizations ordered for duty by orders issued July 14th, and by sub- 
sequent oi'ders, will cause to be made complete and perfect rolls of the 
men who report for duty, and the time that they were relieved. Also 
the amount and number of rations which they received, and by whom 
they were provided. Attention must be given thereto by the com- 
manders of companies, to the rules in the Army Regulations in regard 
to rations. 

Brigadier-General Peirce is charged with the promulgation and exe- 
cution of this Order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

Head -Quarters, Boston, July 21, 1863. 
[Special Order, No. 423.] 

It having been represented at these Head-Quarters by His Honor, 
Frederick W. Lincoln, Jr., Mayor of Boston, and by Brigadier-General 
Peirce, in command of active forces, that the Forty-Fourth and Forty- 
Fifth Regiments, M. V. M,, are no longer required to preserve the peace 
of the city, said regiments will be relieved from duty at once. 

Brigadier-General Peirce is charged with the promulgation and 
execution of this Order, and he will convey to Colonel Lee, of the 
Forty-Fourth, and to Colonel Codman, of the Forty-Fifth, to be by them 
communicated to their officers and men, the thanks of His Excellency 
the Governor for their prompt response to the call of duty and the 
admirable manner in which they have performed it. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

In view of the admirable conduct of the military ordered 
out on this occasion, and as a public and well-merited acknowl- 
edgment of the same, your Excellency on the 3d of August 
caused the following General Order to be issued which enu- 
merates the various military corps which the occasion had 
called forth : — 



22 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S EEPORT. [Jan. 

Head-Quarters, Boston, August 3, 1863. 
[General Order, No. 20.] 

In obedience to orders issued by the Commander-in-Chief, July 14th, 
1863, the following military organizations reported at once for duty : — • 

Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. 
Fifth Regiment, Colonel Peirson, Companies A, B, D, F and H. 
Sixth Regiment, Colonel Follansbee, Company F, 
Forty-Fourth Regiment, Colonel Lee. 
Forty-Fifth Regiment, Colonel Codman. 
First Battalion Light Dragoons, Major Wilder. 
Company of Cadets, First Division, Lieutenant-Colonel Holmes. 
Eleventh Company Light Artillery, First Brigade, First Division, Cap- 
tain Jones. 

Massachusetts Volunteers. 
Detachment Second Massachusetts Cavalry, Lieutenant-Colonel Russell. 
Detachment First Regiment Heavy Artillery, Major Cabot. 
Detachment Second Regiment Heavy Artillery, Colonel Frankle. 

Independent Organizations. 
Horse Guards, Roxbury. 
Reserve Guards, Cambridge. 
Washington Home Guards, Cambridge. 
First Battalion National Guard, Boston. 
Massachusetts Rifle Club, Boston. 
Reserve Guards, Roxbury. 

These organizations were called upon to preserve the public peace, 
which was threatened and broken by lawless persons. They performed 
the delicate and arduous duties assigned them, with brave determination 
and in a manner to draw forth the praises of all good citizens. 

For these services, so well performed, so honorable to officers and 
men, and so valuable to the whole Commonwealth, the Commander-in- 
Chief takes occasion in General Orders to thank them in a most earnest 
and cordial manner. 

To Brigadier-General Peirce, Second Brigade, First Division, M. V. 
M., commanding the active forces, and to. officers of the Massachusetts 
militia, not specially detailed for service, but who in the most prompt 
and earnest manner offered to serve instantly or Avhenever they might 
be required, and in any military capacity the Commander-in-Chief 
might assign them, he returns his sincere acknowledgments and thanks. 

The Commander-in-Chief thanks Captain Collins and other United 
States officers, for their valuable services on this occasion. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 23 

Major. General Andrews, First Division, and Major-General Sutton, 
Second Division, M. V. M., are charged with the promulgation and 
transmission of this Order to their several commands. 

By order of His Excellency John A. Andrew, Governor and Com- 
mander-in-Chief. 

"Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General. 

It would be unjust to pass from this subject without making 
public acknowledgment of the valuable services rendered by 
the Surgeon-General in organizing a medical staff for the 
occasion, also those of Brigadier-General Peirce, who had com- 
mand of the troops while under orders, and deserves praise for 
the excellent and judicious manner in which his arduous and 
responsible duties were performed. 

The following letters from Surgeon-General Dale, I publish, 
as forming an interesting part of this case : — 

Boston, July 15th, 1863. 
General, — I have the honor to inform you, that the various commands 
now on duty for the maintenance of the law in this city were visited by 
Major Hooker, assistant in this department, and myself, this forenoon. 

Two additional Surgeons have been detailed to Cooper Street Armory, 
and one to Faneuil Hall. One also to the office of the Assistant-Quar- 
termaster U. S. A. 

All the Surgeons have been authorized to make their requisitions 
directly upon the State Purveyor, accounting for the same to this 
department. 

Dressings have been forwarded to the various commands, and this 
department during the night will be under the direction of Major Hooker, 
Assistant-Surgeon-General. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant. 

Wm. J. Dale, Surgeon- General. 
To Brigadier-General Schouler, Adjutant-General State of Massachu- 
setts, Head-Quarters. 

Boston, July 18th, 1863. 

General, — I have the honor to report to you that I have detailed as 
Acting Surgeons the following, viz. : — 

Dr. Ezra Palmer, Acting Surgeon I. C. Cadets. 

Dr. John L. Ordway, Jones' Battery. 

Dr. I. F. Harlow, to the troops under the command of Colonel 
Frankle, Second Heavy Artillery. 



24 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Dr. E. H. Salter, to the First Heavy Artillery, Major Cabot. 
These have been ordered to report, forthwith, to their several 
commands. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Wm. J. Dale, Surgeon- General Massachusetts. 
To Adjutant-General Schouler, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

The total cost for the services of the troops, on this occasion, 
was borne by the Commonwealth, and by the cities of Boston 
and New Bedford, in proportion as follows : — 

By Boston, Light Dragoons, Field and StafiF, . . |80 00 

" " " " Cos. A and B, . . 2,966 00 

" " Light Artillery, 1st Brig., 1st Div., . 2,468 00 

" " Company Cadets, .... 1,578 00 



',092 00 



By New Bedford, Light Dragoons, 2d Brig., Co. A, . $815 44 
" " " 3d Reg. Infantry, Co. F, . . 1,264 00 



2,079 44 



By the Commonwealth, 44th, 45th, 5th and 6th 

Regts. of Inf., $14,045 00 

Remaining unpaid, not yet called for by parties 

to whom it is due, 460 00 



$14,495 00 



In concluding this part of my Report, I deem it my duty to 
call your Excellency's attention to what I regard as a defect in 
chapter 13 of the General Statutes relating to the militia, when 
called to perform special duty. It is provided in section 139, 
that when the militia are ordered on camp duty, the pay of the 
officers, and soldiers serving on foot, shall be two dollars and fifty 
cents a day, and every member of a mounted company, or band, 
shall receive double the pay of soldiers serving on foot. The 
reason of this distinction between the pay of the foot, and the 
pay of the mounted soldier is obviously just. The expense 
incurred by the mounted soldier while on duty being more 
than double that of the soldier serving on foot. 



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In section 144 of same chapter it is provided that " when a 
detachment is ordered on special duty by the Commander-in- 
Chief, each member shall receive two dollars a day, and four 
cents a mile for travel." It will be observed that no distinction 
is made between men serving as infantry, and men serving as 
cavalry. Both receive the same per diem, namely, two dollars. 
This is unjust to the cavalry soldier who has either to hire a 
horse or use his own, while in the performance of special mili- 
tary duty. I respectfully recommend that section 144 be 
amended so as to allow double the pay to mounted men, to 
those serving on foot. 

The law of Congress authorizing the raising of troops by 
draft, was put in operation in this Commonwealth in the months 
of June and July. Major Clark, U. S. A., was appointed Pro- 
vost-Marshal-General for the State, Head-Quarters, Boston. 
Assistant Provost-Marshals were appointed for the several Con- 
gressional districts. These appointments were made in Wash- 
ington. A Board was also established to make an enroll- 
ment of all persons in the Commonwealth between the ages of 
twenty and forty-five years. The persons thus enrolled were 
to be divided into two classes, to be called the first and second 
classes. The number of persons, thus enrolled, in the first class 
was 107,386, in the second class 56,792. Total of both classes, 
164,178. • ' 

The whole number of names of persons drafted in the several 
districts was 32,079 ; of these 6,690 were held to serve, and of 
these only 743 joined the service, 2,325 procured substitutes, 
22,343 were exempted, 3,044 failed to report, 3,623 paid com- 
mutation, which amounted to one million eighty-five thousand 
eight hundred dollars, 11,085,800. The following table gives 
the general facts named above, by Congressional districts:— 



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1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



27- 



It appears by the above that the whole number of drafted 
men and substitutes who agreed to serve, and who were sent to 
camp at Long Island, was 3,068 ; of these, as appears by the 
rolls in this office, 2,720 have been assigned to regiments, and 
have left the State, two hundred and twenty-four (224) have 
been organized as a Provost Guard for duty at the camp, 
and are still there, and 124 cannot be accounted for by our 
rolls. With the exception of 73 colored men sent to the Fifty- 
Fourth Regiment, they have all been forwarded to regi- 
ments in the Army of the Potomac. The following table shows 
the regiments into which the men were put : — 



Number of drafted men and substitutes obtained in this Commonwealth 
in the year 1863, and their destination. 



9 th 


Ee 


giment, 


11th 




(( 


12th 




(C 


13th 




(( 


15th 




li 


16th 




u 


18th 




<( 


19th 




« 


20th 




u 


22d 




<( 


28th 




« 


32d 




u 


54th 




(( 


Provost 


Guard, 



Total, 



It is well know 
considerable dissat 



200 


men, 


mustered August, 


1863 


201 


(( 


a 


a 


ii 


322 


a 


ii 


July, 


a 


200 


ii 


a 


a 


u 


202 


a 


(( 


ii 


ii 


202 


a 


ii 


August, 


a 


302 


a 


ii 


July, 


ii 


211 


a 


ii 


a 


(( 


201 


a 


ii 


August, 


ii 


194 


a 


ii 


a 


ii 


200 


ii 


a 


a 


a 


212 


a 


ii 


July, 


(( 


73 


a 


a 


August, 


(( 


224 


i( 


a 


July, 


ii 



2,944 



1 that there existed, among many persons, 
sfaction concerning the enrolment made by 
the provost-marshal enrolling boards ; a great portion of it I 
believe to have been unreasonable, and unjust to the gentle- 
men who made them. In Boston and other large cities, it is 
always difficult, if not impossible, to obtain perfect accuracy in 
making enrolments of this sort, and I have no doubt that the 
city and town assessors, whose duty it is to make, and to 
return to this office annually, an enrolment of all persons 
resident in their respective municipalities, between the ages of 



28 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

18 and 45 years, will most heartily concur with me in what I 

it 

state. 

Chapter 193, of the Acts of 1863, approved April 27th, pro- 
vides that " Every able-bodied male citizen resident within this 
Commonwealth, liable to enrolment by the laws of the United 
States, shall be enrolled in the militia," This act repealed the 
exemptions allowed under the General Statutes, chapter 13, 
and made it the duty of the assessors of towns and cities to 
enroll as militia all able-bodied male citizens between the ages 
of eighteen and forty-five, including those now in the service 
of the United States! This was the opinion of the Attorney- 
o'eneral. The assessors were instructed to make their enrol- 
ments in accordance with this opinion, and in making their 
returns to the Adjutant-General, to give the names of the 
persons enrolled, and to discriminate between the persons who 
were in the military service and those who were not. The 
returns were made, very generally, according to the instructions 
given, and the aggregate of the enrolment thus made of per- 
sons between the ages of 18 and 45, was, one hundred and 
sixty thousand three hundred and sixty-nine, (160,369.) 

The aggregate of the enrolment made by the officers 
appointed by the United States authorities, was one hundred 
and sixty-four thousand one hundred and seventy-eight, 
(164,178,) showing an excess over the assessors' returns of 
809. 

It should be borne in mind, however, in making a compari- 
son of the two enrolments, that the assessors enrolled all 
between the ages of 18 and 45, while the United States enrol- 
ment only comprised those between the ages of 20 and 45, nor 
did it include the men already in the service. Notwithstand- 
ing these facts, the enrolment made by the United States 
officers was larger than the one made by the State. Believing 
that it might be not only interesting, but useful, to make a 
comparison, by towns, of the two enrolments, I addressed a 
letter to each of the district provost-marshals, requesting them 
to furnish me with copies of their enrolments by towns, which 
request was promptly and satisfactorily granted, for which tlie 
gentlemen have my thanks. The table which follows contains 
the two enrolments in detail, in parallel columns : — 



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District No. I. 






Bristol — Con. 






Barnstable Co. 






Easton, 


507 


528 


Barnstable, . 


665 


735 


Mansfield, 




253 


322 


Brewster, 


174 


225 


Norton, 




87 


227 


Chatham, 


437 


400 


Raynham, 




190 


312 


Dennis, . 


462 


526 


Rehoboth, 




244 


272 


Eastham, 


96 


96 


Seekonk, 




113 


131 


Falmouth, 


333 


352 


Somerset, 




228 


299 


Harwich, 


493 


564 


Swanzey, 




122 


214 


Orleans, 


266 


244 


Taunton, 




1,649 


2,164 


Provincetown, 


382 


497 








Sandwich, 


569 


612 


NoifoUc Co. 






Truro, . 


48 


245 


Braintree, 


527 


544 


Wellfleet, 


76 


289 


Canton, 




330 


419 


Yarmouth, 


417 


378 


Cohasset, 
Dorchester, 




280 
1,474 


321 
1,542 


Dukes Co. 






Milton, . 




357 


235 


Chilmark, 


106 


98 


Quincy, 




558 


756 


Edgartown, . 


338 


331 


Randolph, 




778 


888 


Tisbury, 


274 


262 


Sharon, 
Stoughton, 




134 

598 


186 

738 


Bristol Co. 






Weymouth, 




997 


1,413 


Acushnet, 


168 


176 








Dartmouth, 


480 


570 


Plymouth Co. 






Fairhaven, 


464 


431 


Abington, 


1,204 


1,234 


Fall River, . 


1,815 


2,522 


Bridgewater, 


414 


454 


Freetown, 


203 


205 


East Bridgewater, 


418 


560 


New Bedford, 


2,502 


2,881 


Hanover, 


270 


271 


Westport, 


236 


366 


Hanson, . 


* 


227 


191 


Plymouth Co. 






Hingham, 
Hull, 




544 
40 


670 

42 


Carver, . 
Duxbury, 
Halifax, . 


153 

320 
103 


210 
374 
114 


Marshfield, 
Scituate, 
South Scitua 


fce. . 


266 
317 
155 


282 
361 
273 


Kingston, 
Lakeville, 
Marion, . 


220 
196 
144 
222 

798 


233 
200 
142 
212 

682 


North Bridgewat'r, 
West Bridgewater, 

Totals, . 


845 
237 


1,142 
253 


Mattapoisett, . 
Middleborough, 


15,465 


18,512 


Pembroke, 


246 


248 


District No. HI. 






Plymouth, 


722 


869 


Suffolk Co. 






Plympton, 


151 


139 


Ward 4 — Boston, "1 




1,906 


Rochester, 


160 


201 


7 " 




1,336 


Wareham, 


368 


528 


8 
10 " [ 


16,000 


2,157 


Nantucket, 


665 


782 


1,485 








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12 " J 




2,271 


Totals, 


15,472 


17,939 


2,922 


District No. H. 






Norfolk Co. 






Bristol Co. 






Brookline, . 


449 


483 


Attleborough, 
Berkley, 


828 
112 


913 
117 


Roxbury, 


2,486 


2,799 








Dighton, 


162 


238 


Totals, . 


18,935 


15,359 



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District No. IV. 






Essex Co. — Con. 






Suffolk Co. 






Haverhill, . 


1,099 


1,520 


Ward 1— Boston, "i 




3,440 


Lawrence, . 


1,556 


1,427 


2 




3,130 


Methuen, 


375 


347 


3 " 


16,005 


3,604 


North Andover, . 


210 


272 


5 " y 


2,200 


Saugus, 


320 


219 


6 




2,033 








9 " J 




1,803 


Middlesex Co. 






Chelsea, . 


2,119 


2,041 


Belmont, 


142 


171 


North Chelsea, 


89 


160 


Billerica, 


171 


193 


Winthrop, 


138 


155 


Burlington, . 


112 


112 


j-7 






Charlestown, 


3,064 


3,207 


Middlesex Co. 






Lexington, . 


229 


217 


Cambridge, . 


2,857 


4,098 


Maiden, 


736 


793 


O ' 






Medford, 
Melrose, 


793 
362 


596 
285 


Totals, 


21,208 


22,664 








North Reading, . 


149 


157 


District No. V. 






Reading, 


381 


284 


Essex Co. 






Somerville, . 


716 


1,124 


Amesbury, 


445 


445 


South Reading, . 


426 


368 


Beverly, 


850 


708 


Stoneham, . 


480 


563 


Danvers, 


566 


575 


Tewksbury, . 


87 


109 


Essex, . 


251 


224 


Waltham, 


844 


712 


Georgetown, . 


330 


250 


West Cambridge, . 


336 


262 


Gloucester, 


1,798 


1,404 


Wilmington, . 


124 


112 


Groveland, 


224 


209 


Winchester, . 


203 


230 


Hamilton, 


89 


99 


Woburn, 


1,028 


643 


Ipswich, . 


520 


331 












Lynn, . 


2,826 


2,614 


Totals, 


14,591 


14,693 


Lynnfield, 


137 


98 








Manchester, . 


202 


153 


District No. VII. 






Marblehead, . 


1,213 


890 


Middlesex Co. 






Middleton, 


137 


134 


Acton, . 


147 


274 


Nahant, . 


64 


38 


Ashby, . 


107 


156 


Newbury, 


216 


192 


Ashland, 


301 


325 


Newburyport, 


1,122 


1,311 


Bedford, 


76 


90 


Eockport, 


470 


469 


Boxborough, 


61 


69 


Bowley, . 


156 


147 


Brighton, 


651 


512 


Salem, . 


2,427 


1,867 


Carlisle, 


94 


94 


Salisbury, 


410 


412 


Chelmsford, . 


177 


248 


South Danvers, 


984 


645 


Concord, 


230 


260 


Swampscott, . 


215 


182 


Dracut, 


152 


313 


Topsfield, 


175 


163 


Dunstable, . 


77 


76 


Wenham, 


105 


143 


Framingham, 


567 


714 


West Newbury, 


194 


2.52 


Groton, 
Holliston, 
Hopkinton, . 


296 
4.^4 


493 
422 


Totals, 


16,126 


13,955 


486 


619 








Lincoln, 


67 


119 


District No. VI. 






Littleton, 


97 


125 


Essex Co. 






Lowell, 


2,654 


4,050 


Andover, 


299 


428 


Marlborough, 


731 


953 


Boxford, 


132 


140 


Natick, . 


561 


1,230 


Bradford, 


217 


202 


Newton, 


1,272 


934 



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:on. 




Worcester — Con. 






Pepperell, 


151 


237 


Sturbridge, . 


192 


271 


Sherborn, 


151 


183 


Sutton, . 


304 


357 


Shirley, . 


r45 


212 


Upton, . 


289 


374 


Stow, . 


134 


240 


Uxbridge, 


326 


574 


Sudbury, 


142 


222 


Warren, 


229 


434 


Townsead, 


109 


345 


Webster, 


407 


648 


Tyngsborough 


86 


105 


Westborough, 


433 


478 


Watertown, . 


529 


587 


West Boylston, 


255 


456 


Wayland, 


136 


189 


West Brookfield, . 


153 


287 


Westford, 


125 


224 


Worcester, . 


3,789 


6,193 


Weston, . 


142 


187 


Norfolk Co. 






Norfolk C 


''o. 




Bellingham, . 


177 


184 


Feltonville, 


799 


748 


Foxborough, 


399 


445 


Dedham, 


62 


63 


Franklin, 


253 


301 


Dover, . 


119 


132 


Medway, 


■ 267 


481 


Medfield, 


293 


308 


Walpole, 


252 


320 


Needham, 


625 


1,004 


Wrentham, . 


435 


449 


West Roxburj 


r, . 000 


262 


















Totals, 


15,777 


22,885 


Totals, 


. 13,006 


17,324 












District No. IX. 






District No. 


VIII. 




Franklin Co. 






Worcester 


Co. 




Ashfield, 


155 


191 


Auburn, 


114 


182 


Bernardston, 


122 


145 


Blackstone, 


529 


901 


Buckland, 


233 


343 


Boylston, 


125 


119 


Charlemont, . 


145 


161 


Brookfield, 


392 


427 


Colrain, 


170 


276 


Charlton, 


292 


298 


Conway, 


162 


247 


Douglas, 


343 


347 


Deerfield, 


395 


520 


Dudley, . 


207 


342 


Erving, 


61 


113 


Grafton, . 


386 


548 


Gill, . . 


95 


92 


Holden, . 


268 


252 


Greenfield, . 


485 


591 


Leicester, 


331 


443 


Hawley, 


91 


122 


Mendon, 


159 


216 


Heath, . 


87 


99 


Milford, . 


. 1,-302 


2,025 


Leverett, 


94 


142 


Millbury, 


. ! 374 


624 


Leyden, 


96 


84 


New Braintre 


e, . 1 76 


120 


Monroe, 


40 


41 


Northborough 


• 1 228 


234 


Montague, . 


177 


219 


Northbridge, 


. ' 287 


415 


New Salem, . 


145 


159 


North Brookfi 


eld, . 1 301 


471 


Northfield, . 


221 


264 


Oakham, 


139 


150 


Orange, 


221 


329 


Oxford, . 


298 


489 


Rowe, . 


51 


86 


Paxton, . 


85 


120 


Shelburne, . 


176 


292 


Rutland, 


116 


131 


Shutesbury, . 


82 


110 


Shrewsbury, 


248 


263 


Sunderland, . 


i 113 


115 


Southborough 


183 


265 


Warwick, 


1 140 


143 


Southbridge, 


314 


588 


Wendell, 


1 104 


120 


Spencer, 


332 


602 


Whately, 


1 151 


238 



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Hampshire Co. 






District No. X. 






Amherst, 


531 


572 


Berkshire Co. 






Belchertown, 




169 


436 


Adams,. « . 


685 


953 


Chesterfield, 




60 


147 


Alford, . 


75 


71 


Cummington, 




126 


160 


Becket, 


79 


162 


Easthampton, 




244 


408 


Cheshire, 


167 


191 


Enfield, . 




122 


154 


Clarksburg, . 


42 


41 


Goshen, . 




60 


59 


Dalton . 


106 


139 


Granby, . 




160 


162 


Egremont, . 


106 


131 


Greenwich, 




79 


115 


Florida, 


61 


82 


Hadley, . 




199 


433 


Great Barrington, 


464 


424 


Hatfield, 




137 


257 


Hancock, 


115 


104 


Huntington, 




208 


210 


Hinsdale, 


142 


233 


Middlefield, 




86 


115 


Lanesborough, 


119 


185 


Northampton, 




1,090 


1,380 


Lee, 


328 


461 


Pelham, . 




92 


127 


Lenox, . 


164 


238 


Plainfield, 




82 


90 


Monterey, 


63 


89 


Prescott, 




72 


98 


Mt. Washington, . 


32 


30 


South Hadley, 


269 


379 


New Ashford, 


39 


26 


Southampton, 


160 


195 


New Marlborough, 


259 


205 


Ware, . 


253 


466 


Otis, . 


136 


143 


Westhampton, 


59 


100 


Peru, . 


49 


49 


Williamsburg, 


188 


313 


Pittsfield, 


1,067 


1,-329 


Worthington, 


109 


139 


Richmond, . 


70 


123 








Sandisfield, . 


189 


175 


Worcester Co. 






Savoy, . 


140 


118 


Ashburnham, 


280 


398 


Shefiield, 


344 


301 


Athol, . 


399 


492 


Stockbridge, 


187 


247 


Barre, . 




488 


523 


Tyringham, . 


64 


80 


Berlin, . 




189 


194 


Washington, 


57 


no 


Bolton,. . 




282 


267 


West Stockbridge, 


157 


203 


Clinton, 




419 


598 


Williamstown, 


267 


307 


Dana, 




97 


122 


Windsor, 


82 


96 


Fitchburg, 




1,180 


1,447 








Gardner, 




417 


494 








Hardwick, 




149 


260 


Hampden Co. 






Harvard, 




178 


213 


Agawam, 


172 


199 


Hubbardston, 




267 


230 


Blandford, , 


132 


167 


Lancaster, 




192 


216 


Brimfield. 


184 


167 


Leominster, 




398 


520 


Chester, 


105 


141 


Lunenburg, 




160 


203 


Chicopee, 


831 


933 


Petersham, 




191 


177 


Granville, 


224 


156 


Phillipston, 




77 


109 


Holland, 


53 


36 


Princeton, 




156 


181 


Holyoke, 


628 


671 


Eoyalston, 




219 


230 


Longmeadow, 


175 


188 


Sterling, 




260 


290 


Ludlow, 


49 


168 


Templeton, 




371 


424 


Monson, 


254 


344 


Westminster, 


228 


230 


Montgomery, 


67 


50 


Winchendon, 


412 


502 


Palmer, 


365 


392 








Kncqpll 


59 


117 


Totals, 


15,574 


20,187 


XLUooL/lJl* ■ • 

Southwick, . 


202 


166 



1864.] 



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33 





2 

< 


Provost- 

Marslial's 
List. 




2 

1 '^ 


Provost- 

Marslial's 

List. 


Hampden — Con. 
Springfield, . 
Tolland, 
Wales, . 
Westfield, 


3,M6 

60 

108 

998 


4,452 
70 
98 

nil 


Hampden — Con. 
West Springfield, . 
Wilbraham, . 

Totals,. . 


233 
366 


317 

288 


14,255 


16,944 



Captain Johnson, provost-marshal of the fifth district, in 
forwarding me the returns from his district, writes as 
follows : — 

" In comparing our enrolment with the assessors' it must be borne in 
mind, that they include those in the army and navy, while we did not, as 
they belong to a third class by themselves, according to our instructions 
from the provost-marshal-general. 

"Their enrolment includes all between 18 and 45, while ours only 
include those between 20 and 45. 

"In regard to the correctness of our enrolment, I would most respect- 
fully state, that we have spent the last seven weeks in correcting it. 
Printed lists were posted in all the public places of each town, and 
wards of cities. 

" You will see by the heading attached, that the public were invited 
to examine said lists, and report the names that have been omitted 
therefrom. 

" The enrolling officers appointed in this district were the selectmen 
of towns and assessors of cities, and they have thoroughly canvassed 
their sub-districts since December 1st, 1863, and have made but few 
corrections, which proves that our first enrolment was very correct." 

Captain Stone, provost-marshal of the eighth district, also 
writes me thus : — 



" The enrolment was between the ages of twenty and forty-jive, and 
not, as you stated, between the ages ol eighteen scuA forty-five. 

" The figures given are the total enrolment, and not of those only who 
are liable to duty. There have been over four thousand names stricken 
from the rolls as not liable to military duty, by reason of alienage, 
unsuitableness of age, non-residents, and obvious physical disability. 
There is also a large class included in the number reported, who were 
5 



34 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

in the military service the third of March last, or who have enlisted 
since that time. 

" There has been some three hundred nev?- eni'olments made under 
the revision during the last month. These are not included in the 
number stated. 

" Within one week I can give you the exact number liable for duty 
in each sub-district according to the revised enrolment." 



It is not necessary for me to state that our people prefer to 
raise their quotas of troops for the Union army by obtaining 
volunteers, rather than by resorting to drafts ; and if Congress 
and the Commonwealth will continue the liberal bounties now 
offered for volunteers, a sufficient number can be enlisted to 
keep the ranks of our regiments constantly filled, and our 
quotas, as heretofore, overrunning. 

When the original call for a draft in Massachusetts was 
made, many of the towns believed, and correctly so, that they 
had so far overrun all previous demands, that they would be 
exempt from its operation. The subject was brought to the 
attention of Colonel Fry, provost-marshal-general of the United 
States, and he gave an official decision, which was widely cir- 
culated in the public prints, that towns which had already 
furnished more men than had been demanded of them, should 
be exempt from the draft. A large majority of the towns of 
this Commonwealth claimed that they had furnished a surplus 
of men, and therefore were entitled to be exempted from the 
conscription. This claim was so general, that a circular was 
addressed to the municipal authorities of our cities and towns, 
requiring them to make sworn returns to this office, showing 
the number of men each claimed to have furnished for the war, 
under the different calls, and also to state the terms of service 
for which the men had enlisted. Returns were received from 
all the cities and towns in the Commonwealth. From the 
returns received, the following table was prepared with much 
labor and patient examination. When completed, it was for- 
warded to Colonel Fry, at Washington, but was never acted 
upon by liim. He found it necessary to change his original 
decision, allowing credits for surpluses, and the draft was 
ordered to proceed as though no surpluses existed. The 



1864.] 



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35 



table shows the number of men claimed by the mayors of cities 
and selectmen of towns, and sworn to by them, to have entered 
the service of the United States from their several cities and 
towns since the breakino; out of the rebellion : — 





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Barnstable Co. 








, 








Barnstable, . 


_ 


60 


76 


64 


48 


124 


124 


Brewster, 


_ 


9 


13 


16 


12 


25 


25 


Chatham, 


_ 


17 


17 


25 


25 


42 


42 


Dennis, 


_ 


21 


31 


30 


20 


51 


51 


Eastham, 


- 


12 


19 


17 


10 


29 


29 


Falmouth, 


_ 


35 


53 


35 


7 


70 


60 


Harwich, 


_ 


26 


30 


20 


16 


46 


46 


Orleans, 


_ 


10 


16 


22 


19 


32 


35 


Provincetown, 


_ 


16 


24 


25 


17 


41 


41 


Sandwich, 


_ 


162 


177 


37 


23 


199 


200 


Truro, 


_ 


10 


14 


12 


8 


22 


22 


Wellfleet, 


_ 


14 


20 


16 


10 


30 


30 


Yarmouth, 


- 


19 


27 


30 


22 


49 


49 


Dulces Co. 
















Chilmark, 


_ 


11 


11 


2 


17 


13 


28 


Edgartown, . 


_ 


27 


27 


17 


27 


44 


54 


Tisbury, 


- 


22 


22 


10 


38 


32 


60 


Bristol Co. 
















Acushnet, 


_ 


30 


40 


21 


11 


51 


51 


Dartmouth, . 


- 


51 


61 


85 


59 


136 


120 


Fairhaven, 


1 


54 


85 


68 


44 


122 


129 


Fall River, . 


_ 


578 


578 


137 


175 


715 


753 


Freetown, 


24 


51 


51 


25 


28 


76 


79 


New Bedford, 


85 


688 


818 


477 


349 


1,165 


1,167 


Westport, 


- 


64 


64 


56 


21 


120 


85 


Plymouth Co. 
















Carver, , 


62 


55 


58 


45 


33 


100 


91 


Duxbury, 


- 


97 


97 


50 


54 


147 


151 


Halifax, 


49 


34 


34 


12 


17 


46 


51 


Kingston, 


_ 


49 


49 


39 


23 


88 


• 72 


Lakeville, 


_ 


36 


48 


39 


27 


75 


75 


Marion, 


_ 


20 


25 


12 


7 


32 


32 


Mattapoisett, . 


_ 


24 


42 


41 


23- 


65 


65 


Middleborough, 


_ 


206 


206 


60 


80 


266 


286 


Pembroke, 


_ 


52 


53 


47 


38 


99 


91 


Plymouth, 


71 


332 


333 


34 


43 


366 


376 


Plympton, 


56 


56 


56 


13 


14 


69 


70 



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Eochester, 


- 


30 


45 


35 


19 


65 


64 


Wareham, 


- 


177 


178 


26 


18 


203 


196 


Nantucket County, 


- 


165 


165 


29 


53 


194 


218 


Totals, Dist. No. 1 


348 


3,320 


3,663 


1,729 


1,455 


5,049 


5,118 


District No. II 
















Bristol Co, 
















Attleborough, 


- 


318» 


318 


31 


39 


349 


357 


Berkley, 


- 


36 


36 


8 


9 


44 


45 


Dighton, 




- 


59 


75 


50 


29 


109 


104 


Easton, 




37 


147 


147 


43 


23 


190 


170 


Mansfield, 




_ 


114 


116 


22 


21 


136 


137 


Norton, 




- 


50 


50 


33 


33 


83 


83 


Raynham, 




- 


94 


. 94 


9 


15 


103 


109 


Eehobotb, 




- 


76 


76: 


43 


39 


119 


115 


Seekonk, 




- 


44 


44 


17 


28 


61 


72 


Somerset, 




- 


68 


68 


41 


33 


109 


101 


Swanzey, 




- 


51 


51 


41 


25 


92 


76 


Taunton, 




68 


732 


732 


97 


160 


829 


892 


Norfolk Co. 
















Braintree, 


66 


167 


167 


26 


30 


193 


197 


Canton, 




81 


79 


99 


95 


69 


174 


168 


Cohasset, 




_ 


60 


73 


32 


16 


92 


89 


Dorchester, 




- 


■ 495 


495 


109 


170 


604 


665 


Milton, . 




_ 


105 


105 


45 


57 


150 


162 


Quincy, 




83 


•370 


371 


•65 


69 


435 


440 


Randolph, 




80 


305 


305 


62 


95 


367 


400 


Sharon, 




- 


49 


49 


33 


32 


82 


81 


Stoughton, 




, 


252 


252 


20 


62 


272 


314 


Weymouth, 




- 


402 


404 


136 


75 


538 


479 


Plymouth Co. 
















Abington, 


60 


399 


399 


201 


169 


600 


568 


Bridgewater, . 


- 


96- 


121 


85 


43 


181 


164 


East Bridgewater, 


1 


160 


160 


66 


44 


226 


204 


Hanover, 


. 


63 


77 


54 


32 


117 


109 


Hanson, 


- 


60 


60 


18 


22 


78 


82 


Hingham, 


81 


172 


199 


88 


42 


260 


241 


Hull, . 


— 


4 


4 


5 


4 


9 


8 


Maifhfield, . 


_ 


72 


88 


50 


34 


122 


122 


Scituate, 


— 


91 


91 


47 


30 


138 


121 


South Scituate, 


_ 


60 


78 


52 


34 


112 


112 


North Bridgewater 


) ~ 


326 


326 


103 


40 


429 


366 


West Bridgewater, 




86 


86 


32 


27 


118 


113 


Totals, Dist. 


No. 2 


, 557 


5,662 


5,816 


1,859 


1,650 


7,521 


7,466 



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Suffolk Co. 
















Boston* 


«f 343 


8,943 


9,447 


2,957 


1,928 


11,900 


11,375 


Chelsea, 


_ 


500 


562 


391 


333 


891 


895 


North Chelsea, 


- 


35 


37 


15 


13 


50 


50 


Winthrop, 


- 


27 


27 


10 


7 


37 


34 


Middlesex Co. 
















Cambridge, . 


100 


1,257 


1,362 


664 


652 


1,921 


2,014 


Totals, Dists. 3 & 4, 


443 


10,762 


11,435 


4,037 


2,933 


14,799 


14,368 


District No. V. 
















Essex Co. 
















Amesbury, 


- 


213 


214 


52 


51 


265 


285 


Beverly, 




72 


312 


312 


71 


103 


383 


415 


Danvers, 




- 


358 


383 


- 


59 


358 


442 


Essex, . 




- 


86 


86 


60 


32 


148 


118 


Georgetown, 




- 


94 


94 


46 


46 


140 


140 


Gloucester, 




67 


511 


511 


30 


103 


541 


614 


Groveland, 




- 


69 


73 


33 


29 


102 


102 


Hamilton, 




_ 


40 


40 


14 


20 


54 


60 


Ipswich, 




- 


215 


215 


36 


36 


251 


251 


Lynn, . 




166 


1,1.54 


1,154 


247 


275 


1,401 


1,429 


Lynnfield, 




_ 


32 


35 


14 


10 


46 


45 


Manchester, 




— 


84 


84 


20 


24 


104 


108 


Marblehead, 




175 


359 


359 


147 


170 


506 


529 


Middleton, 




- 


68 


68 


5 


9 


73 


77 


Nahant, 




_ 


16 


19 


.14 


11 


30 


30 


Newbury, 




1 


47 


56 


59 


42 


106 


98 


Newburyport, 




81 


548 


585 


288 


241 


836 


828 


Rockport, 




- 


144 


148 


56 


51 


200 


199 


Kowley, 




- 


74 


78 


21 


13 


95 


91 


Salem, . 




238 


1,310 


1,425 


263 


168 


1,573 


1,593 


Salisbury, 




- 


138 


174 


103 


70 


241 


244 


S. Danvers, 




_ 


4S0 


420 


83 


88 


503 


508 


Swampscott, 




- 


59 


60. 


47 


41 


106 


101 


Topsfield, 




- 


57 


63 


28 


23 


85 


86 


Wenham, 




_ 


91 


92 


15 


14 


106 


106 


West Newbury, 


- 


72 


90 


68 


50 


140 


140 


Totals, Dist. No. 5, . 


801 


6,571 


6,838 


1,820 


1,779 


8,391 


8,617 


District No. VI. 
















Essex Co. 
















Andover, 


_ 


222 


258 


65 


29 


287 


287 


Boxford, 


_ 


50 


50 


17 


18 


67 


68 


Bradford, 


_ 


61 


69 


44 


36 


105 


105 


Haverhill, 


80 


827 


830 


— 


196 


827 


1,026 



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Lawrence, 


. 112 


995 


1,033 


- 


279 


995 


1,312 


Methuen, 


- 


133 


141 


60 


59 


193 


193 


North Andovc 


;r, . 


65 


81 


86 


61 


151 


145 


Saugus, . 




111 


121 


59 


28 


170 


149 


Middlesex 


Co. 














Belmont, 


- 


44 


44 


23 


29 


67 


73 


Billerica, 


- 


80 


80 


21 


22 


101 


102 


Burlington, 


- 


22 


22 


18 


21 


40 


43 


Charlestown, 


. 168 


1,388 


1,419 


525 


479 


1,913 


1,898 


Lexington, 


_ 


100 


100 


27 


27 


127 


127 


Maiden, 


1 


265 


267 


93 


91 


358 


358 


Medford, 


86 


225 


255 


140 


110 


365 


365 


Melrose, 


_ 


100 


110 


84 


76 


184 


186 


North Readin 


D' 


69 


69 


15 


25 


84 


94 


Reading, 




125 


125 


18 


53 


143 


178 


Somerville, 


'. 81 


456 


459 


242 


116 


698 


575 


South Readin 


g, . 78 


187 


187 


66 


62 


253 


249 


Stoneham, 


. 65 


226 


226 


108 


43 


334 


269 


Tewksbury, 


- 


46 


46 


2 


10 


48 


56 


Waltham, 


- 


289 


289 


81 


92 


370 


381 


West Cambric 


Ige, . 


122 


148 


84 


56 


206 


204 


Wilmington, 




42 


42 


14 


20 


56 


62 


Winchester, 


_ 


62 


62 


60 


38 


122 


100 


Woburn, 


. 


311 


312 


86 


96 


397 


408 


Totals, Dist. N 


0. 6, . 671 


6,623 


6,848 


2,038 


2,165 


8,661 


9,013 


District No 


VII. 














Middlesex 


Co. 














Acton, . 


52 


80 


84 


46 


42 


126 


126 


Ashby, . 


- 


43 


50 


30 


21 


73 


71 


Ashland, 


_ 


75 


75 


40 


40 


115 


115 


Bedford, 


_ 


36 


36 


9 


13 


45 


49 


Boxborough, 


_ 


18 


18 


• 8 


8 


26 


26 


Brighton, 


_ 


176 


, 177 


84 


40 


260 


217 


Carlisle, 


_ 


36 


36 


21 


12 


57 


48 


Chelmsford, 


_ 


83 


86 


59 


38 


142 


124 


Concord, 


82 


76 


76 


50 


58 


126 


134 


Dracut, . 


_ 


82 


82 


16 


30 


98 


112 


Dunstable, 


_ 


19 


26 


21 


7 


40 


33 


Framingham, 


_ 


129 


169 


128 


86 


257 


255 


Groton, . 


75 


131 


131 


65 


65 


196 


196 


Holliston, 


_ 


193 


200 


24 


17 


217 


217 


Hopkinton, 


_ 


207 


208 


55 


50 


262 


258 


Lincoln, 


_ 


26 


28 


16 


14 


42 


42 


Littleton, 


_ 


42 


42 


13 


16 


55 


58 


Lowell, . 


. 207 


2,098 


2,098 


235 


406 


2,333 


2,564 


Marlborough, 


- 


332 


332 


104 


105 


436 


437 



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Middlesex — Con. 
















Natick, . 


_ 


339 


479 


- 


2 


339 


481 


Newton, 




_ 


313 


313 


269 


131 


582 


444 


Pepperell, 




2 


69 


69 


44 


32 


113 


101 


Sherborn, 




- 


42 


42 


15 


17 


57 


59 


Shirley, 




- 


69 


69 


17 


17 


86 


86 


Stow, . 




- 


73 


73 


14 


17 


87 


90 


Sudbury, 




' - 


53 


72 


38 


20 


91 


92 


Townsend, 




- 


78 


78 


56 


52 


134 


130 


Tyngsborougli 


J 


- 


35 


37 


10 


5 


45 


42 


Watertown, . 




- 


114 


114 


83 


%105 


197 


219 


Wayland, 




- 


52 


64 


25 


13 


77 


77 


Westford, 




- 


86 


92 


40 


22 


126 


114 


Weston, 




- 


38 


38 


29 


27 


67 


65 


Norfolk Co. 
















Dedham, 


— 


217 


220 


126 


123 


343 


343 


Dover, . 


- 


22 


22 


5 


9 


27 


31 


Medfield, 


— 


27 


27 


15 


17 


42 


44 


Needham, 


- 


75 


75 


56 


58 


131 


133 


West Roxbury, 


- 


211 


211 


120 


134 


331 


345 


Totals, Dist. No. 7, . 


418 


5,795 


6,049 


1,986 


1,925 


7,781 


7,978 


District No. VIII. 
















Worcester Co. 
















Auburn, 


- 


52 


52 


19 


8 


71 


60 


Blackstone, 




- 


231 


260 


- 


55 


231 


315 


Boylston, 




_ 


36 


39 


21 


12 


57 


51 


Brqokfield, 




_ 


153 


154 


21 


20 


174 


174 


Charlton, 




_ 


87 


110 


58 


35 


145 


145 


Douglas, 




- 


95 


99 


56 


52 


151 


151 


Dudley, 




- 


75 


75 


31 


32 


106 


107 


Gtafton, 




_ 


163 


163 


58 


53 


221 


216 


Holden, 




_ 


75 


85 


15 


27 


90 


112 


Leicester, 




- 


112 


122 


60 


42 


172 


164 


Men don, 




- 


59 


59 


31 


38 


90 


97 


Milford, 




_ 


588 


633 


- 


31 


588 


664 


Millbury, 




- 


136 


136 


54 


56 


190 


192 


New Braintree, 


— 


23 


23 


13 


10 


36 


33 


Northborough, 


_ 


82 


82 


11 


16 


93 


98 


Northbridge, . 


_ 


145 


153 


17 


9 


162 


162 


North Brookfield, . 


_ 


91 


91 


29 


30 


120- 


121 


Oakham, 


_ 


43 


43 


17 


9 


60 


52 


Oxford, 


, , 


.,. _ 


143 


143 


38 


38 


181 


181 


Paxton, 


, , 


_ 


32 


32 


21 


16 


53 


48 


Eutland, 


, 


_ 


37 


37 


25 


25 


62 


62 


Shrewsbury, 


, 


- 


67 


67 


35 


25 


102 


92 


Southborough, 


— 


86 


86 


13 


18 


99 


104 


Southbridge, . 


— 


111 


128 


63 


46 


174 


174 



40 



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g 

OS 03 


Three years men 
required. 


H 
S 

It 


Nine months men 
required. 


g 
s 

o in 


Whole No. re- 
quired exclu- 
sive of three 
months men. 


Whole No. fur- 
nished exclu- 
sive of three 
months men. 


Worcester — Con. 
















Spencer, 


- 


143 


143 


15 


29 


158 


172 


Sturbridge, 




- 


73 


73 


32 


32 


105 


105 


Sutton, . 




- 


115 


115 


25 


25 


140 


140 


Upton, . 




- 


95 


95 


18 


33 


113 


128 


Uxbridge, 




- 


144 


150 


25 


9 


169 


159 


Warren, 




- 


66 


66 


28 


28 


94 


94 


Webster, 




- 


177 


177 


2 


41 


179 


218 


Westborough, 


- 


124 


124 


19 


40 


143 


164 


West Boylston, 
West Brookfield, . 


9 


83 
64 


86 
64 


36 

7 


33 
12 


119 

71 


119 
76 


Worcester, . 


349 


1,214 


1,295 


470 


399 


1,684 


1,694 


Norfolk Co. 
Bellingliam, . 




62 


71 


28 


16 


90 


87 


Foxborough, 




77 


85 


85 


43 


46 


128 


131 


Franklin, 




- 


96 


104 


49 


41 


145 


145 


Medway, 




- 


138 


149 


58 


46 


196 


195 


Walpole, 
Wrentham, 






65 
135 


65 
161 


30 
56 


36 
31 


95 
191 


101 

192 


Totals, DIst. No. 8, . 


426 


5,601 


5,895 


1,647 


1,600 


7,248 


7,495 


District No IX. 
















Franklin Co. 
















Ashfield, 


_ 


50 


59 


24 


13 


74 


72 


Bernardston, 




- 


33 


33 


19 


24 


52 


57 


Buckland, 




_ 


60 


69 


54 


26 


114 


95 


Charlemont, 




- 


43 


43 


26 


20 


69 


63 


Colrain, 




- 


34 


34 


57 


43 


91 


77 


Conway, 
Deerfield, 




- 


65 
102 


65 
113 


33 

61 


34 
35 


98 
163 


99 
148 


Erving, . 




_ 


36 


37 


_ 


4 


36 


41 


Gill, . 




- 


27 


33 


11 


5 


38 


S^ 


Greenfield, 




_ 


151 


151 


65 


64 


216 


215 


Hawley, 
Heath, . 




- 


34 
23 


34 
25 


19 
13 


20 
11 


53 
36 


54 
36 


Leverett, 




- 


32 


35 


15 


13 


47 


48 


Leyden, 




_ 


25 


25 


9 


10 


. 34 


35 


Monroe, 




_ 


4 


9 


10 


5 


14 


14 


Montague, 




_ 


70 


70 


25 


29 


95 


99 


New Salem, 




_ 


47 


48 


25 


19 


72 


67 


Northfield, 




_ 


70 


70 


26 


25 


96 


95 


Orange, 




_ ■ 


75 


75 


28 


29 


103 


104 


Rowe, . 




_ 


16 


21 


13 


8 


29 


29 


Shelburne, 




_ 


65 


73 


51 


37 


116 


110 


Shutesbury, - 
Sunderland, 




- 


23 

29 


27 
29 


12 
10 


8 
24 


35 
39 


35 
53 


Warwick, 




_ 


53 


53 


10 


10 


63 


63 


Wendell, 






33 


33 


7 


2 


40 


. 35 


Whately, 




- 


29 


33 


30 


23 


59 


56 



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a 


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Hampshire Co. 
















Amherst, 


- 


130 


133 


67 


64 


197 


1.97 


Belcbertown, 


- 


105 


118 


64 


42 


1G9 


160 


Chesterfield, . 


- 


31 


31 


28 


27 


59 


52 


Cummington, 


- 


30 


30 


16 


18 


46 


48 


Easthampton, 


- 


65 


72 


51 


40 


116 


112 


Enfield, . 


— 


34 


45 


29 


17 


63 


62 


Goshen, . 




- 


20 


24 


6 


2 


26 


26 


Granby, 




- 


32 


33 


21 


23 


53 


56 


GreenAvich, . 




- 


28 


32 


11 


10 


39 


42 


Hadley, . 




- 


66 


66 


36 


34 


102 


100 


Hatfield, 




- 


56 


56 


18 


24 


74 


80 


Huntington, . 




- 


66 


67 


22 


21 


88 


88 


Middlefield, . 




- 


21 


21 


11 


12 


32 


33 


Northampton, 




- 


313 


324 


183 


102 


' 496 


426 


Pelham, 




— 


27 


27 


9 


10 


36 


37 


Plainfield, 




- 


19 


19 


27 


22 


46 


41 


Prescott, 




_ 


31 


35 


5 


1 


36 


36 


South Hadley, 


- 


81 


81 


37 


42 


118 


123 


.Southampton, 


- 


47 


47 


19 


23 


66 


70 


Ware, . 


- 


163 


163 


4 


14. 


167 


177 


Westhampton, 


- 


22 


22 


14 


13 


36 


35 


Williamsburg, 


- 


94 


94 


32 


34 


126 


]2S 


Worthington, . 


- 


26 


26 


36 


36 


62 


62 


Worcester Co. 
















Ashburnham, 


- 


118 


118 


29 


31 


147 


149 


Athol, . 


- 


171 


171 


61 


52 


232 


323 


Barre, . 




- 


95 


95 


84 


86 


179 


181 


Berlin, . 




- _ 


66 


66 


15 


16 


81 


82 


Bolton, . 




- 


60 


60 


22 


29 


82 


89 


Clinton, 




- 


155 


216 


- 


37 


155 


253 


Dana, . 




- 


45 


45 


9 


11 


54 


56 


Fitchburg, 




- 


338 


338 


150 


157 


488 


495 


Gardner, 




- 


126 


126 


41 


55 


167 


181 


Hardwick, 




- 


60 


62 


41 


29 


101 


91 


Harvard, 




- 


59 


62 


18 


17 


77 


79 


Hubbardston, 




- 


75 


75 


11 


25 


86 


100 


Lancaster, 




- 


76 


76 


24 


24 


100 


100 


Leominster, 




- 


184 


184 


26 


45 


210 


229 


Lunenburg, 




- 


63 


63 


9 


14 


72 


77 


Petersham, 




- 


58 


58 


37 


41 


95 


99 


Phillipston, 




- 


35 


38 


14 


11 


49 


49 


Princeton, 




_ 


51 


51 


15 


25 


66 


76 


Royalston, 




- 


81 


81 


11 


25 


92 


106 


Sterling, 




_ 


62 


62 


45 


51 


107 


113 


Templeton, 




- 


129 


129 


50 


45 


179 


174 


Westminster, 




_ 


89 


89 


2 


4 


91 


93 


Winchendon, 


- 


161 


169 


- 


42 


161 


211 


Totals, Dist. J 


Jo. 9, . 


- 


5,093 


5,297 


2,113 


2,038 


7,206 


7,335 



42 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 





S 

a 


a 

S & 


c 

a 
s s 


c 
g 

S £ 

B 3 

2 


i 
§ 1 

E -a 


Whole No. re- 
quired exclu- 
sive of three 
mouths men. 


Whole No. fur- 
rished exclu- 
sive of three 
months men. 


District No. X. 
















Berkshire Co, 
















Adams, . 


_ 


431 


431 


153 


67 


584 


498 


Alford, . 


- 


9 


9 


10 


12 


19 


21 


Becket, . 


- 


57 


59 


39 


23 


96 


82 


Cheshire, 


- 


52 


54 


33 


31 


85 


85 


Clarksburg, . 


- 


22 


22 


16 


5 


38 


27 


Dalton, . 


- 


54 


54 


4 


15 


58 


69 


Egremont, 


- 


23 


28 


41 


35 


64 


63 


Florida, 


- 


18 


23 


19 


14 


37 


37 


Great Barrington, . 


- 


155 


157 


89 


87 


244 


244 


Hancock, 


- 


23 


23 


16 


16 


39 


39 


Hinsdale, 


_ 


47 


47 


26 


26 


73 


73 


Lanesborough, 


- 


35 


35 


33 


36 


68 


71 


Lee, 


_ 


142 


143 


75 


74 


217 


217 


Lenox, . 


- 


49 


49 


57 


57 


106 


106 


Monterey, 


_ 


33 


33 


18 


25 


51 


58 


Mount Washington, 


- 


10 


10 


14 


10 


24 


20 


New Ashford, 


_ 


11 


11 


5 


4 


16 


15 


New Marlborough, . 
Otis, 


- 


67 

36 


67 
36 


41 
11 


42 
21 


108 
47 


109 • 
57 


Peru, 




- 


22 


22 


9 


9 


31 


31 


PIttsfield, 




77 


291 


391 


185 


145 


576 


536 


Richmond, 




_ 


27 


28 


17 


17 


44 


45 


Sandisfield, 




_ 


26 


26 


36 


47 


62 


73 


Savoy, . 




_ 


34 


34 


21 


21 


55 


55 


Sheffield, 




_ 


79 


81 


80 


78 


159 


159 


Stockbridge, 




_ 


66 


66 


38 


38 


104 


104 


Tyringham, 




- 


14 


14 


12 


.16 


26 


30 


Washington, 




_ 


22 


22 


15 


17 


37 


39 


West Stockbridge, . 


- 


46 


50 


28 


24 


74 


74 


Williamstown, 


_ 


114 


128 


44 


30 


158 


158 


Windsor, 


- 


33 


33 


9 


19 


42 


52 


Hampden Co. 
Agawam, 




55 


57 


38 


30 


93 


87 


Blandford, 




- 


40 


49 


37 


31 


77 


80 


Brimfield, 




_ 


56 


56 


17 


31 


73 


87 


Chester, 




- 


37 


38 


32 


21 


69 


59 


Chicopee, 




- 


339 


339 


104 


119 


443 


458 


Granville, 




- 


64 


64 


39 


25 


103 


89 


Holland, 




- 


7 


7 


9 


11 


16 


18 


Holyoke, 




_ 


175 


175 


65 


79 


240 


254 


Longmeadow, 




_ 


58 


58 


8 


25 


66 


83 


Ludlow, 




_ 


50 


50 


10 


23 


60 


73 


Monson, 




_ 


85 


85 


49 


53 


134 


138 


Montgomery, 




_ 


17 


17 


13 


9 


30 


26 


Palmer, . 




_ 


124 


124 


49 


47 


173 


171 


Russell, . 




_ 


24 


25 


10 


9 


34 


34 


Southwick, 




— 


44 


49 


33 


27 


77 


76 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



43 









1 


1 


a 

a 


. re- 
xclu- 
three 
on 


fui- 
xclu- 
three 
en. 






£ 




^ . 




p » E 


d " a 




S 


a 3 


c3 a; 


o >- 




le N 
red 
e of 
nths 


le N 
lied 
e of 
nths 


















5 e 


a S 


£ >2 


.5 2 


.5 a 


--.s 


g = -i s 




H 


H 


H 


iz; 


!zi 




Hampden — Con. 
















Sprin2;field, . 


- 


1,059 


1,059 


6 


154 


1,065 


1,213 


Tolland, 


— 


18 


23 


14 


9. 


32 


32 


Wales, . 


_ 


37 


37 


13 


21 


50 


58 


Westfield, . 




237 


237 


144 


142 


381 


379 


West Springfield, . 


- 


81 


81 


50 


24 


131 


105 


Wilbrabam, . 


- 


103 


103 


21 


27 


124 


130 


Totals, Dist. No. 10, 


77 


4,858 


4,919 


1,955 


1,978 


6,813 


6,897 



RECAPITULATION. 



DISTRICTS. 



c 


c 


S 


S 


'■s "^ 


■a 


P .a 


C TJ 


o 'a 


S •- 


" i. 


g g* 


a ■" 




H 


S "" 


3,663 


1,729 


5,816 


1,859 


13,030 


4,283 


6,838 


1,820 


6,848 


2,038 


6,049 


1,986 


5,895 


1,647 


5,297 


2,113 


4,919 


1,955 


58,355 


19,430 



"5 a 

. XT: 0) 
o a a 



O M > O 



No. I. 

II. 

III.* 

IV.* 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 



Totals, 



848 
557 

444 

801 
671 
418 
426 

77 



3,742 



3,320 
5,662 

12,331 

6,571 
6,623 
5,795 
5,601 
5,093 
4,858 



55,854 



1,455 


5,049 


1,650 


7,521 


3,153 


16,614 


1,779 


8,391 


2,165 


8,661 


1,929 


7.781 


1,600 


7,248 


2,038 


7,206 


1,978 


6,813 


17,747 


75,284 



5,118 
7,466 

16,183 

8,617 
9,013 
7,978 
7,495 
7,335 
6,897 



76,102 



* Six months men, 159. 



The above table was compiled from returns made to this 
office by the mayors of cities and the selectmen of towns. The 
correctness of the returns was verified by the oath of the parties 
making them. They show the number of men who have en- 
listed since the rebellion broke out, in the three months, nine 
months, and three years regiments and batteries in this Common- 
wealth up to the 1st of February, 1863. Official returns ifiade 
to this office by the Provost-Marshal of the State, Major Clarke, 
U. S. A., and from other sources, show that from the 1st of 



44 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S EEPORT. 



[Jan. 



IPebraary, 1863, to tlie 1st of January, 1864, there have been 
enlisted eight thousand, eight hundred and tweutj-eight men, 
(8,828.) These are exclusive of the 2,710 drafted men and 
substitutes vs^ho have been sent forward to fill the ranks of our 
regiments, and which, if added to the above, would make the 
total number of three years volunteers, drafted men and sub- 
stitutes recruited for the service during the year, eleven thou- 
sand, five hundred and thirty-eight, (11,538). All the volun- 
teers, drafted men and substitutes raised during the year 1863, 
are to serve three years, or until the end of the war. These, 
added to the number reported by tlie mayors of cities and select- 
men of towns, as given in the foregoing table, make the num- 
ber who have volunteered in this Commonwealth, up to the 1st 
of January, 1864, to serve for three years, sixty-seven thousand, 
one hundred and eighty-three, (67,183,) to which add, the 
drafted men and substitutes, 2,710, and the grand total of 
three years' men from Massachusetts who have gone to the war 
is, 69,893. These figures give a larger aggregate than our 
rolls show. But tlie discrepancy can easily be explained. 

The returns made to this office by the mayors of cities and 
selectmen of towns, of the number of men furnished by them 
for the United States service since April, 1861, to January 1st, 
1864, is as follows : — 







By retariis from 
Town and City 
Officers. 


By Master-in .ind 
Descriptive llolls. 


Three years men, 

Nine months men, 

Three months men, 


67,183 

17,747 

3,742 


63,359 — 3,824 

16,837— 910 

3,736 — 6 


Totals, 


88,672 


83,932 



The difference is 4,740. 

The excess given in the returns made by the municipal 
authorities, I account for in this way. They returned all the 
men |hey recruited and forwarded to camp, but they make no 
allowance for the number who deserted after reaching camp, 
or who were rejected for physical disability. The names of 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. . 45 

such men were not returned to this office, and therefore do not 
appear upon our rolls. It is remarkable that the returns made 
by the municipal authorities, in the enlistment of over 80,000 
men, running through a period of nearly three years, should 
vary only 4,740 men from the muster-in and descriptive rolls 
in this office. 

Enlisted Men in Camp, Januaey 1, 1864. 
There are at present, three camps of rendezvous for enlisted 
men in this Commonwealth. The one at Long Island is known 
as the Camp for Drafted Men, and is under the command of 
Brigadier-General Devens, U. S. Volunteers. To this camp, 
recruits for old regiments in the field, are sent. Camp Meigs, 
Readville, is commanded by Brigadier-General Peirce, Second 
Brigade, First Division M. V. M. To this camp, recruits for 
the new organizations are forwarded. Camp Wool, Worcester, 
is in charge of Colonel Bartlett, Fifty-Seventh Regiment Mass. 
Vols., and is specially used as a camp for recruiting,', and organ- 
izing the Fifty-Seventh Regiment. The number of enlisted 
men at these camps on the 1st of January, was as follows : — 

Camp Meigs, 2,270 

Long Island, 1,086 

Camp Wool, . 300 



Total, . . 3,656 

The Distribution of Massachusetts Troops. 
The State has at the present time, (January 1st,) in the 
service of the United States, — 
36 Regiments of Infantry. 
3 Regiments of Cavalry. 
2 Regiments of Heavy Artillery. 

1 Battalion of Heavy Artillery. 

8 Unattached Companies of Heavy Artillery. 
12 Batteries of Light Artillery. 

2 Companies of Sharpshooters. 

Of which the First, Seventh, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth, 
Thirteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Eighteenth, Nineteenth, 
Twentieth, Twenty-Second, Twenty-Eighth, Thirty-Second, 



46 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Thirty-Seventh, Thirty-Ninth Regiments of Infantry, First 
Regiment of Cavalry, First, Third, Fifth, Ninth, Tenth Bat- 
teries Light Artillery, First and Second Companies of Sharp- 
shooters, are in the Army of the Potomac. 

Second, Twenty-First, Twenty-Ninth, Thirty-Third, Thirty- 
Fifth, Thirty-Sixth, are in the Department of the Ohio. 

The Seventeenth, Twenty-Third, Twenty-Fifth, Twenty- 
Seventh Regiments of Infantry, and Second Regiment of 
Heavy Artillery, are in the Department of Virginia and North 
Carolina. 

The Twenty-Fourth, Fortieth, Fifty-Fourth, Fifty-Fifth Regi- 
ments of Infantry, and the First Battalion Cavalry, in the 
Department of the South. 

The Twenty-Sixth, Thirtieth, Thirty-First, Thirty-Eighth 
Regiments of Infantry, Third Regiment of Cavalry, and Sec- 
ond, Fourth, Sixth, Twelfth, Thirteenth, and Fifteenth Bat- 
teries of Light Artillery, are in the Department of the Gulf. 

The Thirty-Fourth Regiment of Infantry, Second Regiment 
of Cavalry, First Regiment of Heavy Artillery, and Seventh 
Battery Light Artillery, are in the Department of Washington. 

Tiie First Battalion, and Third, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, 
Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth unattached Companies of 
Heavy Artillery, are in Coast Defences of Massachusetts. 

Since the foregoing regiments and batteries have left the 
State, the following changes have been made in their organiza- 
tions : — 

The Third Battalion of First Regiment of Cavalry, Major 
Stevens, has been permanently detached, and with a new bat- 
talion, which has just been recruited in the State, forms the 
Fourth Regiment of Cavalry. 

The Fourteenth Infantry, Colonel Tannatt, was changed into 
Heavy Artillery, in 1862, and is now called the First Regiment 
of Heavy Artillery. 

■ The Forty -First Regiment, Colonel Chickering, has been 
changed from infantry to cavalry, and our three unattached 
companies of cavalry in the Department of the Gulf have been 
consolidated with i,t, and they now form the Third Regiment of 
Massachusetts Cavalry. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 47 



The Call for 300,000 Men, October 17th. — Massachusetts' 
Quota 15,126. 

A few weeks previous to the call of the President for 300,000 
more troops, (October 17th,) an order had been issued bj the 
War Department, directing the 'district provost-marshals of 
States to appoint one or more persons, in each of their districts, 
recruiting agents to enlist men for the volunteer service. These 
agents were to receive fifteen dollars for each recruit they 
enlisted, who had not been in the service before, and twenty-five 
dollars for each recruit who had been nine months or more in 
active service. This money was in no case to go to the recruit 
liimself, but to the agent who recruited him ; and when the Presi- 
dent's call for 800,000 more men was issued, October 17th, it 
was believed that the quota of Massachusetts was to be raised 
through these agencies. 

Upon representations made to the War Department, authority 
was given to raise our quota through agencies of State and 
municipal authorities, and the money offered by the general 
government for bounties, as stated above, to be used for defray- 
ing expenses which the cities and towns would necessarily incur 
in raising their quotas. How the money was to be used, and 
for what purposes, were clearly set forth in General Order, No. 
82, as follows : — 

IV. It is arranged with the Department of War that the premiums 
of fifteen dollars each for raw recruits and twenty-five dollars each for 
veterans, shall be paid through and under the direction of the Governor 
of this Commonwealth and not otherwise, in order that the same may 
be so used as to promote enlistments only, and in no way for private 
emolument. And it is therefore ordered by the Governor as touching 
such premiums, — 

1. That the same are hereby constituted and declared a special fund 
for the promotion of recruiting the quota of volunteers of each city and 
town respectively. 

2. Each city and town respectively shall be paid from time to time, 
as the funds may be provided therefor by the War Department, such 
premiums as it may have earned, which will be according to the number 
of accepted recruits it shall have furnished under the new call. 

3. The payments will be made to the city or town treasurer to be 
used only for the reimbursement to the town or city of such expendi- 



48 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

tures as it shall have incurred or may hereafter incur, under the direc- 
tion of the municipal govei'nment or any duly appointed committee of 
such town or city, in and about the work of recruiting its contingent. 

4. The compensation of the local recruiting officer or officers in each 
city or town shall be fixed, and their expenses shall be audited by the 
mayor and city councils of cities, and the inhabitants of towns in town 
meetings, respectively, or by committees duly appointed and authorized 
by such municipal governments for that purpose. 

5. The compensation of the local recruiting officer in each town, 
unless otherwise ordered by the town, shall be the per diem compensa- 
tion usually allowed in such town to the Chairmen of Selectmen, when 
on duty ; but such recruiting officer shall only be paid for the time when 
he is actively employed in recruiting. 

6. The fund created by these premiums shall cover all charges for 
local subsistence and transportation to the County Superintendent of 
Recruiting. 

7. The policy of the Legislature being to make bounties uniform 
throughout the Commonwealth, no part of these premiums can be added 
to bounties offered to recruits ; but any portion of the premium fund 
unexpended by any town in the actual service or recruitment will be 
the subject of a future Order. 

• The success of recruiting, as well as justice, forbid the offering of in- 
creased bounties by private or local subscriptions. The system ought to 
be undisturbed, equal and uniform throughout the Commonwealth. If 
it is not so, competition between places will breed injustice ; and it will 
delay the recruitment, encouraging men to hold back for larger bids. 

The whole subject of bounties having received the most deliberate 
consideration, has been finally settled in General Court, for Massachu- 
setts. The system will not be altered, and the government policy of 
equality and uniformity ought not to be disturbed. The old soldiers in 
the field, or those disabled, and their families, deserve all the bounty pri- 
vate munificence has to offer. 

This Order was published in nearly every newspaper in the 
Commonwealth, and printed copies of it were forwarded to 
the mayors of cities, and the selectmen of towns. The cities 
and towns were to raise the quotas assigned them in general 
orders, in the way and manner pointed out in the order named. 
The mayor of each city, and the selectmen of each town 
received full authority to act as recruiting officers. 

In making the estimates of the number of men which each 
city and town was to furnish, the adjutant-general had recourse 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



49 



to the enrolment of persons between the ages of twenty^" and 
forty-five years, made by the district provost-marshals and the 
United States enrolling board. It was believed to be best to 
take this enrolment as the basis on which to estimat^the city 
and town quotas, because the President's proclamation pro- 
vided that, if the quota of a State was not furnished by the 
6tli of January, 1864, a draft would be made to fill the defi- 
ciency, which would be based upon the enrolment made by the 
district provost-marshals. It was, therefore, thought wise to 
take their enrolment as the basis for the city and town quotas, 
which, as a matter of interest, I incorporate in this report. 



District 


No. I. 




District No. 1 — Con. 




Sub-District — 






No. 14, Fall River, Wards 4, 5 


? 


No. 1, Edgartown, 


. 30 




and 6, 


. 101 


1, Tisbury, 


. 20 




15, New Bedford, Ward 1, 


. 42 


1, Chilmark, 


. 11- 


- 61 


16, " " 2, 


. 37 


2, Nantucket, 


. 


58 


17, New Bedford, Wards 3 


5 


3, Eastham, 


. 10 




and 4, 


• 56 


3, Wellfleet, 


. 23 




18, New Bedford, Wards 5 


5 


3, Truro, . 


. 28 




and 6, 


. 70 


3, Provincetowi 


1, . 43- 


-104 


19, Dartmouth, . 


. 51 


4, Harwich, 


. 50 




20, Westport, . 


. 26 


4, Chatham, 


. 39 








4, Orleans, 


. 19- 


-108 


District No. II. 




5, Yarmouth, 


. 37 




Siib-District — 




5, Dennis, 


. 52 




No. 1, Taunton, 


. 167 


5, Brewster, 


. 22- 


-111 


2, Attleboro' 






. 60 


6, Barnstable, 


, 


62 


3, Berkley, 






8 


7, Sandwich, 


. 48 




4, Dighton, 






. 18 


7, Falmouth, 


. 33- 


- 81 


5, Easton, 






. 38 


8, Plymouth, 


. 70 




6, Mansfield, 






. 22 


8, Ply mp ton. 


. 10- 


- 80. 


7, Norton, 






. 19 


9, Duxbury, 


. 30 




8, Raynham, 






25 


9, Kingston, 


. 18 




9, Rehoboth, 






21 


9, Halifax, 


. 10 




10, Seekonk, 






. 10 


9, Pembroke, 


. 14- 


- 72 


11, Somerset, 






24 


10, Freetown, 


. 16 




12, Swanzey, 






17 


10, Middleboro', 


. 51 




13, Braintree, 






39 


10, Lakeville, 


. 20- 


- 87 


14, Canton, 






34 


11, Wareham, . 


. 34 




15, Cohasset, 






24 


11, Carver, 


. 13 




16, Dorchester, . 






128 


11, Marion, 


. 15 




17, Milton,. 






21 


11, Rochester, . 


. 23- 


- 85 


18, Quincy, 






49 


12, Fairhaven, . 


. 33 




19, Randolph, . 






55 


12, Acushnet, 


. 10 




20, Sharon, 






14 


12, Mattapoisett, 


. 12- 


- 55 


21, Stoughton, . 






60 


13, Fall River, V 


7ards 1, 2, 




22, Weymouth, . 






121 


and 3, 


• 


101 


23, Abington, 






91 



50 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



i 


r " 

District No. 2— Con. 






District No. 5 — Con. 




No.24, 


Bridgewater, 


40 


No. 19, 


Kockport, 


47 


25, 


East Bridtjrwater, . 


41 


20, 


Rowley, 


14 


26, 


We?l: Bridgewater, 


20 


21, 


Salisbury, 


44 


27, 


North Bridgewater, 


93 


22, 


South Danvers, . 


59 


28, 


Hingham, 


50 


23, 


Swampscott, 


16 


29, 


Hanover, 


22 


24, 


Topsfield, . 


17 


30, 


Hanson, 


16 


25, 


Wenham, 


16 


31, 


Marshfield, . 


19 


26, 


West Newbury, . 


23 


32, 


Si'ituate, 


28 


27, 


Lynn, Wards 1, 2, & 7, 


25 


83, 


South Scituate, 


21 


28, 


" " 3, . 


49 


34, 


Hull, . 


4 


29, 


" . " 4, . 


74 








30, 


" 5, . 


64 




District No. IH. 




31, 


" " 6, . 


62 


Sub-District — 




32, 


Newburyport, Ward 1, . 


24 


No. 1, 


Boston, Ward 4, . 


286 


33, 


u u 9 


19 


2, 


" " 7, . 


200 


34, 


" " 3, . 


17 


3, 


" " 8, . 


323 


35, 


" " 4 . 


21 


4, 


" " 10, . 


223 


36, 


" " 5', . 


17 


5, 


" 11, . 


341 


37, 


" " 6, . 


19 


6, 


" 12, . 


438 


38, 


Salem, Ward 1, . 


28 


7, 


Eoxbury, Ward 1, 


110 


39, 


" " 2, . 


45 


8, 


" " 2, 


86 


40, 


" " 3, . 


23 


9, 


" 3, 


102 


41, 


" " 4 . 


27 


10, 


" " 4, 


56 


42, 


" " 5', , 


30 


11, 


" " 5, 


66 


43, 


" 6, . 


24 


12, 


Brookline, . 


72 




District No. VI. 






District No. IV. 




Sub-District — 




Sub-District— 




No. 1, 


Charlestown, Ward 1, . 


84 


No. 1, 


Boston, Wards 1, 2, 3, 5 




2, 




99 




6, and 9, . 


1,539 


3, 


" 3, . 


110 


2, 


Cambridge, . 


372 


4, 


Somerville, East of Cen- 




3, 


Chelsea, ISIorth Chelsea 






tral Street, 


70 




and Winthrop, . 


187 


5, 


Somerville, West of Cen- 
tral Street, 


22 




District No. V. 




6, 


Maiden, East of Main 




Sub-District — 






Street, 


44 


No. 1, 


Amesbury, . 


44 


7, 


Maiden, West of Main 




2, 


Beverly, 


. 40 




Street, 


28 


3, 


a 


33 


8, 


Saugus, 


25 


4, 


Danvers, 


59 


9, 


Melrose, 


24 


5, 


Essex, . 


. 23 


10, 


Medford, . 


48 


6, 


Georgetown, 


27 


11, 


West Cambridge, 


22 


7, 


Gloucester, . 


. 59 


12, 


Belmont, 


18 


8, 


li 


. 83 


13, 


Waltham, . 


67 


9, 


Groveland, . 


. 22 


li, 


Woburn, (See No. 17.) 




10, 


Hamilton, . 


10 


15, 


Burlington & Lexington 


32 


11, 


Ipswich, 


. 33 


16, 


Winchester, . 


17 


12, 


Lynnfield, . 


10 


17, 


Woburn, (with No. 14, 




13, 


Manchester, . 


. 14 




viz.: 29,) . 


52 


14, 


Marblehead, 


. 48 


18, 


Stoneham, . 


57 


15, 


u 


. 42 


19, 


South Reading, . 


31 


16, 


Middleton, . 


. 12 


20, 


Reading, 


24 


17, 


Nahant, 


3 


21, 


North Reading, . 


14 


18, 


Newbury, 


. 20 


22, 


Wilmington, 


10 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



51 





District No. 


6— Con. 






District No. 7 — Con. 




No.23 


Billerica, 


. 


. 20 


No. 41 


Westford, 


12 


24 


Tewksbury, 


, 


8 


42 


West Roxbury, . 


85 


25 


Andover, 


, 


. 38 


43 


Feltonville, . 


24 


26 


North Andover, . 


. 27 








27 


Lawrence, Wds 2, 3, & 5 


, 51 




District No. VIII. 




28 


u 


" 1, 4,&e 


, 76 


Sub-District — 




29 


Methuen, 


. 


. 36 


No. 1 


Worcester, Ward 1, 


. 43 


30 


Boxford, 


, , 


. 13 


2 


" " 2, 


. 42 


31 


Bradford, 


, 


. 20 


3 


" " 3, 


. 19 


32 


Haverhill, Valuat'n Dis 


1, 122 


4 


" " 4, 


. 44 


33 


<t 


(1, a 


2, 22 


5 


" " 5, 


. 43 


34 


u 


U (t 


3, 17 


6 

7 


« 6, 

" 7, 


. 45 
. 60 




District No. VII. 




8 


" " 8, 


. 51 


Sub-District — 






9 


Blackstone, . 


. 55 


Ko. 1 


Acton, . 




. 17 


10 


Auburn, 




13 


2 


Ashbj', . 






. 11 


11 


Leicester, 




. 26 


3 


Ashland, 






. 22 


12 


Shrewsbury, 




. 18 


4 


Bedford, 






6 


13 


Boylston, 




7 


5 


Boxboro', 






5 


14 


West Boylston, 




. 36 


6 


Brighton, 






. 43 


15 


Holden, 




. 14 


7 


Carlisle, 






6 


16 


Rutland, 




7 


8 


Chelmsford, 






. 19 


17 


Paxton, 




8 


9 


Concord, 






. 19 


18 


Oakham, 




10 


10 


Dracut, 






. 22 


19 


New Braintree, 




7 


11 


Dunstable, 






6 


20 


Brookfield, . 




. 35 


12 


Dedham, 






53 


21 


West Brookfield, 




18 


13 


Dover . 






3 


22 


North Brookfield, 




. 28 


14 


Framinghara 






52 


23 


W^arren, 




24 


15 


Groton, 






34 


24 


Spencer, 




34 


16 


Holliston, 






36 


25 


Oxford, 




39 


17 


Hopkinton, 






50 


26 


Charlton, 




23 


18 


Lincoln, 






11 


27 


Sturbridge, . 




. 19 


19 


Littleton, 






9 


28 


Dudley, 




15 


20, 


Lowell, Ware 


11, 




35 


29 


Southbridge, 




27 


21, 


(( (( 


2, 




46 


30 


Webster, 




37 


22 


u u 


3, 




51 


31 


Grafton, 




43 


23 


a i( 


4, 




62 


32 


Millbury, 




44 


24, 


U (( 


5, 




63 


33 


Sutton, 




22 


25, 


(( u 


6, 




31 


34 


North bridge, 




33 


26 


Marlboro', 






95 


35 


Milford, 




129 


27, 


Medfield, 






11 


36, 


Upton, . 




25 


28, 


Natick, 






81 


37, 


Northboro', . 




15 


29, 


Newton, 






79 


38, 


Southboro', . 




17 


30, 


Ncedham, 






23 


39, 


Westboro', . 




32 


31, 


Pepperell, . 






18 


40, 


Mendon, 




15 


32, 


Sherburne, . 






14 


41, 


Uxbridge, . 




47 


33, 


Shirley, 






16 


42, 


Douglas, 




23 


34, 


Stow, . 






19 


43, 


Walpble, . 




21 


35, 


Sudbury, 






15 


44, 


Wrentham, . 




31 


36, 


Townsend, . 






30 


45, 


Foxborough, 




31 


37, 


Tyngsboro', 






7 


46, 


Bellingham, . 




16 


38, 


Watertown, 






43 


47, 


Franklin, 




22 


39, 


Wayland, 






10 


48, 


Med way. 




28 


40, 


Weston, 






16 









52 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



District No. IX. 


D'lstrict No. 9— Con. 




Sub-District — 


No. 55, Rowe, . 


6 


No. 1, Amherst, ... 44 


56, Royalston, . 


. 14 


2, 'Ashburnham, 




. 32 


57, Shelburne, . 


. 20 


3, Ashfield, 




. 16 


58, Shutesbury, . 


8 


4, Athol, . 




. 33 


59, South Hadley, 


. 26 


5, Barre, . 




. 39 


60, Southampton, 


. 14 


6, Belchertown, 




. 31 


61, Sterling, 


. 22 


7, Berlin, 




. 14 


62, Sunderland, . 


6 


8, Bernardston, 




. 11 


63, Templeton, . 


. 33 


9, Bolton, 




. 23 


64, Ware, . 


. 33 


10, Buckland, 




. 28 


65, Warwick, 


. 11 


11, Charlemont, 




. 10 


66, Wendell, . 


. 10 


12, Chesterfield, 




9 


67, Whately, . 


. 21 


13, Clinton, 




. 44 


68, Westhampton, 


6 


14, Colrain, 






. 22 


69, Westminster, 


. 14 


15, Conway, 






. 16 


70, Williamsburg, 


• 22 


16, Cummington 






13 


71, Winchendon, 


. 41 


17, Dana, . 






7 


72, Worthington, 


. 10 


18, Deerfield, 






. 41 






19, Easthampton 






32 


District No. X. 




20, Enfield, 






10 


Sub-District — 




21, Erving, 






. 11 


No. 1, Williamstown, 


. 28 


22, Fitchburg, 






120 


2, New Ashfield, 


2 


23, Gardner, 






37 


3, Lanesborough, 


. 19 


24, Gill, . 






6 


4, Hancock, 


10 


25, Goshen, 






3 


5, Adams, 


95 


26, Granby, 






13 


6, Clarksburg, 


4 


27, Greenfield, 






44 


7, Cheshire, 


. 18 


28, Greenwich, 






7 


8, Florida, 


6 


29, Hadley, 






35 


9, Savoy, 


9 


30, Hardwick, 






19 


10, Pittsfield, . 


128 


31, Harvard, 






17 


11, Dalton, 


12 


32, Hatfield, 






22 


12, Windsor, . 


8 


33, Hawley, 






8 


13, Hinsdale, 


24 


34, Heath, 






8 


14, Peru, 


5 


35, Hubbard ston, 




18 


15, Becket, 


17 


36, Huntington, 




16 


16, Washington, 


9 


37, Lancaster, . 




14 


17, Lenox, 


23 


38, Leominster, 






39 


18, Richmond, . 


12 


39, Leverett, 






12 


19, Stockbridge, 


22 


40, Leyden, 






8 


20, West Stockbridge, 


18 


41, Lunenburg, 






15 


21, Lee, . 


42 


42, Middlefield, 






9 


22, Tyringham, 


7 


43, Monroe, 






4 


23, Great Barrington, 


88 


44, Montague, . 






14 


24, Monterey, . 


10 


45, New Salem, 




11 


25, Sandisfield, 


16 


46, Northampton, 




109 


26, Otis, . . . . 


13 


• 47, Northfield, . 




22 


27, Alford, 


7 


48, Orange, 






23 


28, Egremont, 


13 


49, Pelham, 






11 


29, Mt. Washington, . 


2 


50, Petersham, . 






13 


30, Sheffield, . 


31 


51, Phillipston, . 






7 


31, New Marlborough, 


16 


52, Plainfield, . 






6 


32, Brimfield, . 


16 


53, Prescott, 






9 


33, Monson, 


34 


54, Princeton, . 






13 


34, Holland, 


2 



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HOUSE— No. 100. 



53 



District No. 10— Con. 
No.35, Wales, 

36, Palmer, 

37, Wilbraham, 

38, Longmeadow, 

39, Springfield, Ward 1, . 

40, " " 2 and 
3, S. of Main Street, . 

41, Springfield, Ward 4 and 

3, N. of Main Street, . 

42, Springfield, Wd 5, 

43, " " 6,7&8, 

44, Chicopee, 





District No. 10— Con. 




9 


No. 45, Ludlow, 


16 


37 


46, Holyoke, . . .. 


69 


28 


47, West Springfield, 


32 


17 


48, Agawam, 


20 


62 


49, Southwick, . 


17 




50, Granville, . 


18 


166 


51, Tolland, 


7 




52, Westfield, . 


72 


92 


53, Blandford, . 


16 


62 


54, Montgomery, 


6 


94 


55, Russell, 


9 


101 


56, Chester, 


17 



The Musters of the Militia. 

The only organizations of the Massachusetts volunteer militia 
which were inspected in May, 1863, under the provisions of 
chapter 111, of the Acts of 1862, were the two companies of 
cadets, of the first and second divisions ; the first battalion of 
light dragoons, and the companies of dragoons attached to the 
second and third brigades. Of the above, the first JDattalion of 
dragoons, and the company of dragoons attached to the second 
brigade went into camp and performed their tour of duty 
provided for in section 137, chapter 13, General Statutes, 
and chapter 111, of the Acts of 1862. 

The following table will show the amount of bounty which 
has been paid for military service in accordance with the law : 





May 
Inspection. 


Camp Duty. 


Cadets, First Division, Boston, .... 
Cadets, Second Division, Salem, .... 
First Battalion Light Dragoons, Boston, . 
Company Light Dragoons, Second Brigade, 
Company Light Dragoons, Third Brigade, 


$206 50 

67 50 

880 00 

265 00 

165 00 


$2,859 00 
855 00 


Totals, 


$1,584 00 


$3,714 00 



Total amount of Bounty paid. 



5,298 00 



The Organization op the Colored Regiments. 

The most interesting and important event of the past year in 
recruiting and equipping men in Massachusetts for military 
service, was the raising of the Fifty-Fourth and Fifty-Fifth 



64 ■ ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Regiments. An almost impenetrable wall of prejudice had been 
reared against the employment of colored men in military 
service. It was said they could not be made soldiers, that they 
could not fight, that to employ them would prolong the war, 
that white soldiers would not serve in the same army with 
them, and that they would prove a source of demoralization to 
our armies in the field, and of civil discord in the loyal States, 
which would prove ruinous to the Union cause. Some who 
held these opinions doubtless entertained them honestly ; but a 
majority of the leaders who gave expression to them were prob- 
ably influenced more by party and personal considerations 
than by any sincere convictions that a man with a black skin 
could not be made a brave and valuable soldier. There were 
also among the unconditionally loyal people, those who doubted 
the expediency of raising colored troops, lest it should cause 
the ruin and disaster which the prophets of evil so confidently 
and continually predicted. 

It required calm foresight, thorough knowledge of our con- 
dition, earliest conviction, faith in men, faith in the cause, and 
undauntable c6urage, to stem the various currents which set in 
and flooded the land, against employing the black man as a 
soldier. In the executive of Massachusetts was found a man 
who possessed the qualifications necessary to stem these cur- 
rents, and to wisely inaugurate and peacefully carry out to a 
successful termination the experiment of recruiting regiments 
of colored men. 

The authority to raise these two Massachusetts regiments of 
colored men was received from the Secretary of War, by an 
order dated Washington City, January 26, 1863, as follows : — 

War Department, Adjutant-General's Office, ) 
Washington, January 27th, 1863. ) 

Captain J. B. Collins, United States Army, Mustering and Disbursing 

Officer, Boston, Massachusetts. 

Sir, — The following has been received from the Secretary of War, 
and is respectfully communicated for your information and guidance : 

"War Department, Washington City, January 26, 1863. 
" Ordered, That Governor Andrew, of Massachusetts, is authorized, 
until further orders, to raise such number of volunteers, companies of 
artillery for duty in the forts of Massachusetts and elsewhere, and such 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 55 

corps of infantry for the volunteer military service, as he may find con- 
venient, such volunteer^ to be enlisted for three years, or until sooner 
discharged, and may include persons of African descent, organized into 
special corps. He will make the usual needful requisitions on the appro- 
priate staff bureaus and officers for the proper transportation, organization, 
supplies, subsistence, arms and equipments of such volunteers. 

(Signed) " Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War." 

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

(Signed) Thomas M. Vincent, 

Assistant Adjutant- General. 

Official copy respectfully furnished General William Schouler, Adju- 
tant-General, Massachusetts. 

(Signed) Joseph B. Collins, 

Captain Fourth Infantry, Chief Mustering and Disbursing Officer. 
Boston, Massachusetts, January 30, 1863. 

Upon the authority granted in the above Order, the organiza- 
tion of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment began at Camp Meigs, Read- 
ville. The commissioned officers were to be white men. 
Great care was taken in the selection of the officers. I liave 
found among the papers in the Executive Department a lettcij' 
addressed by your Excellency to Francis G. Shaw, Esq., in 
which the rules which would guide you in selecting officers for 
the regiment, are so clearly and eloquently stated, that I ask 
permission to make an extract therefrom, as follows : — 

[Extract of a letter from Governor Andrew.] 

Boston, January 30, 1863. 
Francis G. Shaw, Esq., Staten Island, New York : 

Dear Sir, — As you may have seen by the newspapers, I am about to 
raise a colored regiment in Massachusetts. This I cannot but regard as 
perhaps the most important corps to be organized during the whole war, 
in view of what must be the composition of our new levies, and there- 
fore I am very anxious to organize it judiciously, in order that it may be 
a model for all future colored regiments. I am desirous to have for its 
officers — particularly for its field officers — young men of military expe- 
rience, of firm anti-slavery principles, ambitious, superior to a vulgar 
contempt for color, and having faith in the capacity of colored men for 
military service. Such officers must necessarily be gentlemen of the 
highest tone and honor ; and I shall look for them in those circles o f 



56 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

educated anti-slavery society, which, next to the colored race itself, have 
the greatest interest in the success of this experinjent. 

Reviewing the young men of the character I have described, now in 
the Massachusetts service, it occurs to me to offer the Colonelcy of such 
a regiment to your son. Captain Shaw, of the Second Massachusetts 
Infantry, and the Lieutenant-Colonelcy to Captain. Hallowell, of the 
Twentieth Massachusetts Infantry, the son of Mr. Morris L. Hallowell, 
of Philadelphia. With my deep conviction of the importance of this 
undertaking, in view of the fact that it will be the first colored regi- 
ment to be raised in the free States, and that its success or its failure 
will go far to elevate or to depress the estimation in which the character 
of the colored Americans will be held throughout the world, the com- 
mand of such a regiment seems to me to be a high object of ambition 
for any officer. How much your son may have reflected upon such a 
subject I do not know, nor have I any information of his disposition for 
such a task, except what I have derived from his general character and 
reputation, nor should I wish him to undertake it unless he could enter 
upon it with a full sense of its importance, with an earnest determina- 
tion for its success, and with the assent, and sympathy, and support of 
the opinion of his immediate family. I therefore inclose to you the let- 
ter in which I make him the ofier of this commission, and I will be 
obliged to you if you will forward it to him, accompanying it with any 
expression to him of your own views, and, if you will, also write to me 
upon the subject. My mind is drawn towards Captain Shaw by many 
considerations. I am sure he would attract the support, symipathy, and 
active cooperation of many among his immediate family relations. The 
more ardent, faithful, and true Republicans and friends of liberty would 
recognize in him a scion from a tree whose fruit and leaves have 
always contributed to the strength and healing of our generation. So it 
is with Captain Hallowell. His father is a Quaker gentleman of Phil- 
adelphia, two of whose sons are officers in our army, and another is a 
merchant in Boston. Their house in Philadelphia is a hospital and 
home for Massachusetts officers, and the family are full of good works, 
and he was the adviser and confidant of our soldiery when sick or on 
duty in that city." * * * * 

The offer made in the above letter was accepted, and Captain 
Shaw shortly after came to Boston, to superintend the recruit- 
ment of the regiment. The first order given to any person to 
recruit for the Fifty-Fourth was dated February 7th, and the 
regiment was filled to the maximum on the 14th of May, less 
than one hundred days. In another part of this Report a con- 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 57 

densed and consecutiv^e narrative of the regiment since it left 
the Commonwealth, to the 1st of January, 1864, will be found, 
together with narratives of our other regiments and batteries. 
The following extracts from letters of distinguished officers, 
speaking of the two Massachusetts colored regiments, are 
esceedingly interesting, and coming from such distinguished 
military sources, are important as testimony going to show the 
capacity of colored men to make good soldiers : — 

[Extract from a letter from Major-General Hunter, Commanding District of South 
Carolina, dated Port Royal, S. C, June 3, 1863.] 

" I have the honor to announce that the Fifty-Fourth Massachusetts 
Regiment, (colored troops) Colonel Shaw commanding, arrived safely in 
the harbor this afternoon, and have been sent to Port Royal Island. 
The regiment had an excellent passage, and from the appearance of the 
men I doubt not that this command will yet win a reputation and place 
in history deserving the patronage you have given to them. 
*" Just as they were steaming up the bay I received a dispatch from 
Colonel James Montgomery, commanding Second South Carolina Regi- 
ment, giving an account of a successful reconnoissance up the Comba- 
hee River, where he destroyed a pontoon bridge, a vast amount of cot- 
ton, rice, and other property, and brought away 725 slaves and some 
fine horses. Colonel Montgomery's is but the initial step of a system 
of operations which will rapidly compel the rebels either to lay down 
their arms and sue for restoration to the Union, or to withdraw all their 
slaves into the interior, thus leaving desolate the most fertile and pro- 
ductive of their counties along the Atlantic sekboard. 

" The Fifty-Fourth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers shall soon be 
profitably and honorably employed ; and I beg that you will send for 
service in this Department the other colored regiment which Colonel 
Shaw tells me you are now organizing and have in forward preparation. 

" Thanking you heartily for the kindness and promptness with which 
you have met my views in this matter, and referring you to my letter 
to Mr. Jefferson Davis as a guarantee that all soldiers fighting for the 
flag of their country in this Department shall be protected irrespective 
of any accident of color or birth, I have the honor, &c., &c." * * 

[Extract from a letter from Brigadier-General Saxton, dated Beaufort, S. C, June 16, 

1863.] 

" To Governor Andrew : — 

"Please accept my sincere thanks for your kind remembrance in send- 
ing me a copy of your Adjutant- General's Report. I was much pleased 
with it. Like every thing else Massachusetts has done under your wise 



68 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

and patriotic administration, it is well, I am sorry that I was absent 
when the colored regiment arrived. Had I been here, as a citizen of 
Massachusetts, I would have given Colonel Shaw, and his men, such a 
welcome to South Carolina as never had been witnessed in this latitude. 
If you will send another regiment, and I am here, I will give them a 
greeting as men and brothers, which may serve to cheer them on their 
way. I was sorry not to have had these men under my command, but 
the authorities at Washington have otherwise decreed. 

" Our colored soldiers are doing well. Every day the confidence in 
their etficiency is increasing. I congratulate you upon being the first 
chief magistrate of a Commonwealth who sent a regiment of free col- 
ored men into the field. In the future, I believe that you will never 
cease to look back with pleasure upon this noble act of your admin- 
istration." 

The following are extracts from letters from Colonel Shaw. 
The first is dated Beaufort, S. C, June 5, 1863. He says: — 

• 

"We landed here yesterday morning, having passed Hilton Head the 
evening before, where I went ashore to report to General Hunter. Our 
passage was very pleasant in every respect. I never saw a transport 
where the men were so comfortable as on board the ' De Molay.' The 
vessel is unusually well-ventilated and roomy. My regiment was on 
board for nearly one week, and suffered much less from the confinement 
than I should have expected. We have only seven men off duty from 
sickness. We have been kindly received by every one here, though 
there are a great many officers in the Department whose heads look 
rather coppery. They are very polite to us, though. 

" General Hunter sent you, I believe, an account of Colonel Mont- 
gomery's late expedition. I found, after our arrival here, that the latter 
was about to start again, this time for St. Simon's Island, on the coast of 
Georgia. He intends to establish a post there, and branch out in all 
directions into the interior. It seemed to me that the sooner we got our 
men into active service the better, and therefore I applied for permission 
to accompany him. We were too late for that, however, but expect to 
follow to-morrow, or next day, in the 'De Molay.' I hope we shall 
soon have a chance to do something. Colonel Montgomery is a good 
man to begin with, and though I don't admire the Indian style of fight- 
ing, it is certainly better adapted to this country and our small force than 
any other. After the great battles in Virginia, bush-whacking seems 
pretty small potatoes. I shall keep you regularly informed of all mat- 
ters of interest in regard to the Fifty-Fourth. Yours, &c." * * * 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 59 

Colonel Shaw in another letter to Governor Andrew, dated 
St. Simon's Island, June 14, says : — 

"Since I last wrote you the Fifty-Fourth has arrived at St. Simon's 
Island, Ga., and encamped on the west shore, opposite the main. On 
the 10th and 11th insts., we took part in an expedition under Colonel 
Montgomery. We met no enemy, and our only exploit was the capture 
of eighty-five bales of cotton, and the burning of the town of Darien. 
The latter performance disgusted me exceedingly. I never knew 
before of a town being burned to the ground without some good reason, 
especially when it contained only old men, women and children. It 
seems to me that such a course is sure to bring discredit on the negro 
troops, if persisted in. The men themselves behaved well. They plun- 
dered and destroyed only by order of the commanding officer, and were 
not allowed to scatter through the town, or indeed to leave the ranks, 
unless under charge of a commissioned officer. Not a shot was fired at 
us from Darien ; as far as I ascertain it is not a place of refuge for 
rebels, and as our boats could at any time pass by it, up the Altamaha, 
the destruction seemed to me perfectly useless, if not barbarous. Our 
conduct on this occasion was in singular contrast to that of Stuart, when 
he entered Pennsylvania last autumn. I wish I knew whether Mont- 
gomery gets his orders frcftn his superior, or whether it is his own 
private policy to destroy everything. If the latter, I ana sorry he has 
Massachusetts troops to assist him. He is perfectly conscientious about 
it himself, and thinks it is the will of God that the Southerners should 
be swept from the face of the earth. 

" From what I have seen of the contraband regiments, I think my 
men are genei'ally superior to them, in energy and spirit. It is wonder- 
ful with what readiness negroes adapt themselves to all the discomforts 
and inconveniences of campaigning. They learn to make themselves 
comfortable in a very short time, under all circumstances, and in thi3 
respect seem like old soldiers from the very beginning. * * * * 

" Yours, &c." 

The following graphic account of the assault upon Fort 
Wagner, by the Fifty-Fourth, and of the death of Colonel Shaw, 
the gallant young officer and accomplished gentleman, is taken 
from a letter addressed to your Excellency by Surgeon Stone, 
of the Fifty-Fourth :— 

[Extract from Surgeon Stone's letter, dated Morris Island, S. C, July 24.] 
" I have delayed writing you in regard to the attack on Fort Wagner 
and the death of Colonel Shaw, till to-day, that I might be able to give 



60 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

you all the information that could be obtained from a flag of truqe* that 
passed from us to-day for the purpose of exchanging the wounded. The 
first steps in regard to exchange were taken last Tuesday. From Colonel 
Anderson, of the Twelfth S. C. Vols., we learned that Colonel Shaw 
was shot dead through the heart, and was buried with some twenty-five 
of the men of the Fifty-Fourth in the trenches of the fort. I have never 
doubted the report we at first got from some of the men of his death, as 
he was seen to fall from the parapet inside the fort, and the fire was 
very severe, indeed, that the enemy opened. I need not say that he fell 
at the head of his regiment. All who knew him would know that. He 
received orders assigning the regiment to the command of Brigadier- 
General Strong on Friday, in the evening, and reported about three 
o'clock P. M., on Saturday, when he found that Fort Wagner was to be 
assaulted at dark by his (General Strong's) Brigade, and the Fifty-Fourth 
was assigned the advance. About six, the regiment moved along to our 
batteries, and at seven the firing ceased, and the regiment at once started 
to the assault. They reached the top of the parapet, but were driven 
back with very heavy loss indeed, thirteen officers killed, wounded and 
missing, and two hundred and seventy-eight men. Colonel Shaw was the 
first upon the parapet, and was seen to fall at once. Major Hallowell 
was also severely wounded. Adjutant James, Captains Willard, Apple- 
ton, Jones, Pope, Lieutenants Smith, Homan, Pratt, Jewett and Tucker, 
slightly. Captains Simpkins and Eussell missing, both wounded ; but 
from the officer who came down with the flag of truce, nothing could 
be learned. They said that the exchange of officers and men of the 
Fifty-Fourth was a subject for future consideration. 

" The death of Colonel Shaw is a terrible blow to the regiment. The 
men had the greatest confidence and pride in him, in his judgment, pru- 
dence and watchfulness ; and among the officers as strong confidence 
and affection existed. The loss of so many officers and men, and the 
exposure and hardships of the past month had a bad effect upon the 
regiment, and they need time to rest and recruit. They have had a 
very large amount of hard work to do, and severe privations. This is 
merely temporary, however, — the loss of morale. I think that the con- 
duct of the regiment in the attack upon Fort Wagner, and on James 
Island, was such as to justify the expectations of the warmest friends of 
the regiment, and to convince all that they can fight bravely and coolly. 

"There are about 500 men fi't for duty, and 13 line officers for duty. 
The wounded are at Beaufort, men and officers, except some 50 slightly 
wounded, in quarters. In the hands of the rebels in Charleston are some 
sixty men, forty prisoners, twenty wounded, all in confinement, but well 
cared for. I have not been able yet to ascertain how many wounded 
men there are at Beaufort. The regiment is now in command of Colonel 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 61 

M. vS. Littlefield, 4tli S. C. Vols., by order of Brigadier-General 
Gilmore. Colonel L. will also write you by this mail upon the needs of 
the regiment. Neither he nor I can, however, tell you of the great shock 
and grief we feel at our losses both in officers and men, only so lately 
with all bright anticipations of the future, leaving home and friends. 
It is almost iiwpossible to realize it. There remains, however, the con- 
sciousness that they all fell nobly, bravely, at the very front, at the head 
of the regiment, as a soldier should fall. The whole loss in the attack 
of Fort Wagner was 1,510 ; of these almost one-half were killed. 

«I am, &c., &c."' 

The Fiftj-FiJ"th Regiment was partly recruited before the 
Fifty-Fourth left Eeadville, and its organization, purpose, and 
history are of the same general interest. A narrative of its 
services, from the time it left the State, until January 1st 1864, 
will also be found in this Eeport, with our other regiments. It 
sailed from Boston on the 21st of July, for Morehead City, 
N. 0. The following extract of a letter written by Colonel 
Hallowell, to your Excellency, gives an account of the voyage, 
and of its early services : — 

[Extract from Colonel Hallo well's letter, dated, "Folly Island, S. C, August 13."] 
" Arrived at Morehead City, N. C, on the 25th of July. From thence 
we went by rail to Newbern, N. C, arriving about 10 P. M., same day. 
We were here entertained by the First N. C. Colored Volunteers, with 
coffee for the men, and a good supper for officers. After "partaking of 
the repast we were conducted to our company ground on the bank of the 
' Neuse,' and near its junction with the ' Trent,' where we bivouacked, 
and next day pitched the camp — men in shelter tents, and officers in 
'A' or 'wedge' tents. From the 26th to the 29th, inclusive, were 
engaged in clearing camp of stumps and other rubbish, and had brigade 
drills every afternoon and evening. July 30th, received orders from 
Brigadier-General Wild, to embark for Charleston, S. C, as soon after 
daylight as possible, in light marching order, without horses, bag or bag- 
gage. I requested permission to take company book boxes, and a few 
other articles necessary to carry on the administration of the regiment? 
but was refused. The entire camp was left standing, guarded by invalid 
corps, under charge of Lieutenant Nichols. Forty-eight men from the 
Second N. C. Colored Volunteers, were armed, equipped, and rationed, 
to fill the places of sick men. At 9.15, A. M., July 30th, we embarked 
during a heavy rain-storm, 600 men on the steamer ' Maple Leaf,' and 
400 on schooner ' Recruit,' the latter under command of Major Fox. 
Arriving at the bar off Hatteras, had to lighten the ' Maple Leaf,' by 



62 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

transferring fifty men, under Lieutenants Gannett and Harmon, and Cap- 
tain Wilder's company, from Fortress Monroe, to the schooner ' Wm. 
A.Crocker.' The 'Maple Leaf arrived at and discharged her cargo 
on 'Pawnee Landing,' south end of Folly Island, at 2.30, P. M. 
August 3d, marched to north end of Folly Island, and bivouacked on 
the shore. August 4th, received orders to establish permanent camp in 
same place ; did so with a vengeance, — the rising tide at midnight of 
the 3d, threatened to float us out. Same morning the entire battalion, 
six companies, were ordered on fatigue duty on Morris Island. Of 
course they went, giving to the camp to be established a very permanent 
appearance, truly. August 5th, moved to present encampment in the 
woods near the shore, and still at the north end Foil/ Island. August 
6th, General Wild and myself started in the steamer ' Mary Benton ' 
in search of the schooners having on board the balance of the brigade. 
Found them generally short of water and suflTering considerably. Lieu- 
tenants Gannett and Harmon, with their fifty men, finally arrived on 
the evening of August 8th. Major Fox, with his eight hundred men 
arrived on the afternoon of the 9 th. From first to last, every man and 
officer has been worked on Morris Island almost continually, night and 
day. The sudden transition from the climate of Boston to that of 
Charleston, has a prostrating effect. The excessive fatigue exceeds 
that experienced by old soldiers at the trenches of Yorktovvn. Three 
deaths have already occurred. With a few exceptions the men are all 
well, and every one, governor, men and officers, are behaving splendidly, 
only too happy to be doing their part in this good work. 

" The Fifty- Fourth has the best camping ground on Morris Island. 
I do not see any regiment, except the Twenty-Fourth Mass., that equals 
it in soldierly bearing. No one here seems to have the slightest objec- 
tion to colored troops — on the contrary, every one hails them with 
delight. * * * * 

" Respectfully, yours." 

The colored regiments raised in this Commonwealth have 
more than fulfilled the expectations entertained of them by their 
friends. They have added to the military reputation of the 
Commonwealth, given strength to the Union caiise, and have 
forever silenced the clamor set up against them in advance by 
the enemies of the colored race ; and in States, where a year 
ago, a negro military organization would not have been tolerated, 
regiments have been raised, and bounties are offered for men to 
come forward and fill the ranks of the Union army. Open 
opposition to colored soldiers has ceased both in the States and 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 63 

in the army. Many of their fiercest enemies have become 
their fastest friends. Whatever latent opposition may yet 
exist, is overruled, and silenced by a healthy public opinion. 
Henceforth, colored men will form a valuable part of the 
American army, and the time will come when they will be 
commanded by officers of their own color and race. 

It is not my purpose to. speak of the injustice done to the 
enlisted men of the Fifty-Fourth and Fifty-Fifth by the Federal 
government, in not allowing them the same pay that is given to 
other enlisted men. Your Excellency in your Address to the 
legislature in November, has left nothing more to be said on 
that subject. The legislature in Extra Session, passed a bill to 
make up the deficiency of their pay, and an agent was sent to 
South Carolina to pay them what the State had voted, but the 
men refused to receive it. They claim that Congress should do 
them justice, and they prefer to await its action. I admire 
their spirit, and applaud their course. Justice to these men 
cannot be long delayed. 

In giving this prominence to the organization of these two 
regiments, I shall not be accused of detracting, in the least 
degree, from the fair fame of our white regiments and batteries,, 
who have, on so many well-fought fields, upheld the honor of 
their country, and the glory of the Commonwealth. Their 
good name and history are beyond human power to tarnish. 
They have earned both by their valor, and they are secure. 
Not so with the colored soldiers. They have but entered upon 
theii^ career. They are but pupils in the school — but thank 
God they are in the school. As Mr. Webster said of the 
revolutionists in the South American Colonies, I might say of 
these men : They are called to meet difficulties, such as 
neither we, nor our fathers encountered. For these we ought 
to make large allowances. When did we or our ancestors feel 
like them the weight of a political despotism that presses men 
to the earth ? No rational man expects that the colored man 
will nni the same rapid career as the white, but, on that 
account, the honor of the attempt is not the less, and if all 
difficulties shall be in time surmounted, it will be greater. 
The work may be more arduous ; it is not less noble, because 
there may be more of ignorance to enlighten, more of bigotry 
to subdue, more of prejudice to eradicate. 



64 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

If it be a weakness to feel a strong interest in the success of 
the colored men in their patriotic attempts to sustain the 
government, free their kindred and race from oppression, and 
work out for themselves and their children, through the 
smoke and fire of' battle, a respectable position among the 
peoples of the earth, I confess myself guilty of that weakness ; 
and if it be prudence to meet their proffered assistance not witli 
reciprocal kindness, but with coldness, and with insult, I 
clioose still to follow where natural impulse leads, and to give 
up that false and mistaken prudence for the voluntary senti- 
ments of my heart. 

For a correct, interesting, and valuable record of the sanitary 
condition, and good conduct of these two r.egiments while at 
camp at Readville, I refer your Excellency to the able report of 
the Surgeon-General of this Commonwealth. 



Return of the Nine Months Regiments. 

During the year that has passed, our seventeen nine months 
regiments and the Eleventh Battery of Light Artillery, have 
returned to their homes, after a faithful performance of the duties 
required of them. Several of the regiments suffered severely 
in the battles, and many valuable men lie buried in the far-off 
States of North Carolina, and Louisiana. 

• The Third, Fifth, Eighth, Forty-Third, Forty-Fourth, Forty- 
Fifth, and Forty-Sixth, were on duty chiefly in the Department 
of North Carolina. 

The Fourth, Forty-Second^ Forty-Seventh, Forty-Eighth, 
Forty-Ninth, Fiftieth, Fifty-First, Fifty-Second, and Fifty-Third, 
were in the Department of the Gulf. 

The Sixth was stationed in the Department of Virginia, and 
was most of its time of service on outpost duty at Suffolk, 

The Eleventh Battery was in the Army of the Potomac. 

As these regiments have completed their terms of service, and 
have returned home, their record is complete, and made up. I 
propose, therefore, to publish the names of the officers and men 
who composed them, with a narrative of each regiment. When 
the veteran three years regiments return, the Adjutant-General 
should also publish a complete list of the names of every officer 
and man who belonged to them, showing who died, who were 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 65 

killed in battle, who were discharged, and who returned home, 
giving correct dates. It is not well to publish these matters 
until the regiments' terms have expired, for while in service 
changes are constantly taking place, and accuracy of statement 
is impossible. 

In organizing the nine months regiments, companies were 
mustered in when they readied the minimum. When ten com- 
panies were recruited and mustered in, the field officers were 
commissioned. These being militia regiments, all the officers 
were elected ; after the regiments left the Commonwealth, con- 
siderable inquiry was made when the term of service of a regi- 
ment expired. Some of the companies which were first recruited 
and mustered in, thought it was nine months from the day they 
were mustered in. The opinion entertained by your Excellency 
and myself was, that the term of service of a regiment expired 
in nine months from the date of muster-in of the field officers ; 
that is, when the regiment was oi'ganized. The War Depart- 
ment decided that the term of service of a regiment was to be 
computed from the date of the muster-in of the tenth company. 

1 speak of this matter because it contributed to serious troubles 
in one or two of the regiments. 

Since the return of the nine montlis regiments from the 
fiield the following gentlemen, who served in those regiments, 
and the Eleventh Battery, have been commissioned in regiments 
of volunteers, both old and new, and are now again in service. 

From Third Regiment, 1 colonel, 1 assistant-surgeon, 2 cap- 
tains, 4 first lieutenants, 2 second lieutenants, 2 sergeants, 1 
corporal, and 1 private. 

Prom Fifth Regiment, 2 sergeants, and 1 private. 

From Sixth Regiment, 1 first and 1 second lieutenant. 

From Eighth Regiment, 2 captains, and 1 sergeant. 

From Forty-Third Regiment, 2 first lieutenants, 2 second lieu- 
tenants, 3 sergeants, and 2 privates. 

From Forty-Fourth Regiment, 3 first lieutenants, 4 sergeants, 

2 corporals, 9 privates. 

From Forty-Fifth Regiment, 1 first lieutenant, 3 second lieu- 
tenants, 5 sergeants. 

From Forty-Sixth Regiment, 1 assistant-surgeon, 1 second 
lieutenant, 1 sergeant. 



66 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

From Forty-Seventh Regiment, 1 assistant-surgeon, 2 cap- 
tains, 1 first lieutenant. 

From Forty-Eighth Regiment, 2 captains, 2 first lieutenants, 
1 private. 

From Fiftieth Regiment, 1 first lieutenant, 1 second lieuten- 
ant, 3 sergeants, 1 private. 

From Fifty-First Regiment, 1 captain, 1 sergeant, 1 private. 

From Eleventh Battery, 1 captain, 1 second lieutenant, 3 
sergeants. 

To these may be added the following named gentlemen, who 
have been doing the State valuable service as superintendents 
of recruiting in the counties set against their names, viz.: — 

Joseph Tucker, first lieutenant Forty-Ninth Regiment, for 
Berkshire County. 

Captain Lewis A. Tifft, Forty-Sixth Regiment, for Hampden 
County. 

Lieutenant-Colonel John C. Whiton, Forty-Third Regiment, 
for Plymouth County. 

Colonel Charles R. Codman, Forty -Fifth Regiment, for Suffolk 
County. 

Colonel John W. Kimball, Fifty-Third Regiment, for Wor- 
cester County. 

Before entering upon a detailed narrative* of the services of 
our nine months regiments, I will in a few words refer to the 
part taken by Massachusetts in sending forward to important 
points, her militia at the breaking out of the rebellion. She 
led the advance of the Union column on most occasions. In 
the Report which I had the honor to make to your Excellency 
for the year 1861, the following passage occurs, which, as it 
refers chiefly to our militia, I may be pardoned for quoting at 
the present time. I then said that our militia regiments — 

" Were the first to respond to the call of the President, the 
first to march through Baltimore to the defence of the capitol, 
the first to shed their blood for the maintenance of our gov- 
ernment, the first to open a new route to Washington by way 
of Annapolis, the first to land on the soil of Virginia, and hold 
possession of the most important fortress in the Union ; the 
first to make the voyage of the Potomac, and approach the 
Federal City by water, as they had been the first to reach it 
by land." 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 67 

I can now add to this catalogue of honor, the First Mass. 
regiment, Colonel Cowdin, as the first three years regiment 
which readied Washington. It passed through Baltimore on 
the 17th of June, 1861, the anniversary of the battle of Bunker 
Hill. The Sixth regiment passed through Baltimore on the 19tli 
of April of the same year, the anniversary of the battle of 
Lexington, and during the past year the Fifty-Second regiment 
was the first to come up the Mississippi to Cairo after the river 
had been opened by the victories of Major-General U. S. Grant, 
at Vicksburg, and of Major-General N. P. Banks, at Port 
Hudson. 

I now proceed to give the names of the officers and enlisted 
men, copied verbatim from the muster-out rolls in this office, 
together with the records of the achievements of our nine 
months militia regiments. The narratives have in most 
instances been furnished by the colonels or adjutants of the regi- 
ments, from the regimental books. I believe them to be very 
accurate, as I know them to be free from vain-glory. I publish 
them in substance as they were furnished, making such correc- 
tions, additions, and curtailments as I have thought proper, 
taking care not to mar the narrative, or to detract from, or 
add to, their plain, straightforward and truthful statements. 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

In my Reports for 1861 and 1862, I gave accounts of the 
services of this regiment in the three months' service under 
Colonel Wardrop, and of its recruitment under Colonel Rich- 
mond at Camp Joe Hooker, at Lakeville, for nine months' 
service. Being completely organized the regiment left Lake- 
ville on the 22d of October, 1862, for Boston, where it embarked 
aboard the steam transports Merrimack and Mississippi, with 
the Fifth and Forty-Fourth regiments, for Newborn, N. C, with 
orders to report to Major-General Foster, at which place it 
arrived in safety. Here follows its history, until it was 
mustered out of service. 



68 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan . 



Silas P. Richmond, Colonel, . 
James Barton, Lt. Colonel, . 
John Morissey, Major, . 
Lucien L. Perkins, Adjutant, 
Bethuel Penniman, Jr., Quartm'r, 
Alfred A. Stocker, Surgeon, 
W. R. Howes, Assistant-Surgeon, . 
Charles A. Snow, Chaplain, . 
Joseph E. Nye, Sergeant-Major, . 
T. A. Barton, Quartm'r-Sergeant, 
Arthur Hooper, Commis'y-Serg't, . 
Eugene Whittemore, Hosp. St'd, . 
Edward L. Robbins, Sergt.-Major, 

Company A— Halifax. 
John W. Marble, Captain, 
Charles P Lyon, 1st Lieutenant, 
Nathaniel Morton, 2d " . 
James H. Hathaway, 1st Sergeant 
William A. Lyon, Sergeant, 
Stephen Hathaway, " 
Morton V. Bonney, " 
Frederick Thayer, " 
Uriel Haskins, Corporal, 
Ephraim Haskins, " 
Thos. Gurney 2d, " 
James E. Arnold, " 
Loranus Thompson, " 
David B. Hill, 
John G. Gammon, " 
Asa Kilbrith, Musician, 
J. G. Bonney, " 
Wm. W. Hood, » 
Horatio N. Hood, Wagoner, 
Ashley, Albert B., 
Anthony, Nicholas B., 
Briggs, Seth M., . 
Beal, Bernai'd C, . 
Bonney, Allen F., 
Bourne, Thomas W., 
Bearce, Benjamin H., 
Briggs, Francis G., 
Boyce, John, 
Broadbent, Samuel S., 
Brooks, Thomas J., 
Burgess, Theophilus J., 
Cook, Henry, 
Chase, Franklin J., 
Chipman, Sumner J., 
Drew, George Sd., 
Drayton, John, 



31 

48 
45 
27 
43 
43 

33 

24 
21 

20 
29 

27 



38 
21 
25 
25 
25 
21 
22 
19 
18 
28 
29 
25 
26 
26 
62 
29 
28 
30 
24 
40 
25 
27 
42 
28 
40 
25 
42 
18 
39 
23 
34 
18 
21 
21 
40 



Freetown. . 
New Bedford. 
Plymouth. . 
Plympton. . 
New Bedford. 
Cambridge. 
Mattapoisett. 
Fall River. . 
New Bedford. 



Boston. . . 
Plymouth, . 



Freetown. 
Halifax. 

1.1. 

Freetown. 

Halifax. 

Freetown. 

Hanson. 

Freetown. 



Hanson. 

Berkley. 
Hanson. 

Freetown. 
Westport. 

Pembroke. 

<( 

Hanson, 

Freetown, 
Westport. 
Hanson. 

u 

Hanover. 



Freetown. 

Berkley. 

Westport. 

Rochester. 

Hanson. 

Freetown. 

(( 

Halifax. 
Hanson. 



[vice Robbins disch'd. 

Promoted May 29, 1863, 

[in Co. K, Oct. 29, 1862. 

Promoted from Private 

[for Com. in H'vy. Art. 

Discharged May 29, 1863, 



[for disability. 
Discharged A pril 22,1863, 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Third Regiment — Continued. 



69 



Company A — Con. 
Durpee, George, . 
Dean, Hercules, . 
Foster, Calvin, 
Fuller, Elbridge G., 
French, Timothy E., 
Fuller, Frederick E., 
Holmes, Martin L., 
Hay ward, Lysander W. 
Hathaway, Daniel L., 
Hay ward, Luther W., 
Howland, Alonzo, 
Hathaway, Bradford G. 
Hambly, Andrew T., 
Hathaway, Andrew J. 
Haskell, James H. 
Horr, Andrew J., . 
Haskins, George H., 
Haskell, Otis, 
Hill, Jacob P., . 
Haven, Perley, . 
Howland, Shubael G., 
Hathaway, Aaron D., 
Hathaway, Lynde, 
Keen, Thatcher, . 
Lambert, Zaccheus, 
Lambert, Francis M., 

Murtaugh, Thomas W., 
Mason, Darius B., 
Marston, William T., 
Mies, Truman E., 
Osborn, Alamanzor, 
Porter, Oliver C, 
Packard, Horace F., 
Perry, Marcus T., 
Phillips, Samuel W., 
Petty, James H., . 
Peterson, Algernon A., 
Paine, George A., 
B,ennis, Edwin H., 
Rounsville, Simon D., 
Rounsville, Edwin S., 
Richmond, Joseph S. W., 
Record, Charles, . 
Spooner, Asa J., 
Stetson, Isaiah, 
Sampson, Augustus M. 
Studley, Judson, . 
Stowell, Richard P., 
Soule, Charles W., 



21 
27 
37 
41 
34 
18 
18 
18 
30 
23 
23 
39 
21 
24 
28 
26 
36 
33 
39 
25 
44 
19 
43 
23 
40 
24 

24 
26 
27 
35 
21 
35 
20 
32 
41 
42 
26 
28 
43 
24 
24 
18 
22 
30 
44 
35 
31 
18 
18 



Freetown. 

Berkley. 

Pembroke. 

Hanson. 

Berkley. 

Halifax, 

Halifax. 

u 

Berkley. 

Halifax. 

Hanover. 

Berkley. 

Freetown. 



Lakeville. 
Hanson. 
Halifax. 
Freetown. 



Hanson. 
Bridgewater, 



Freetown. 

Pembroke. 

Halifax, 

Hanover. 

Bridgewater, 

Halifax. 

Pembroke. 

Berkley. 

Westport. 

Hanson. 

Freetown. 



Halifax. 
Berkley. 
Freetown. 
Hanson. 

u 

Hanover. 
New Bedford. 
Berkley, 



[Dec. 1, 1862. 
Died at Newbern, N. C. , 



[for disability. 
Disoliarged May 27, 1863, 
Discharged May 27, 1863, 
for disability. 

[for disability 
Discharged May 27, 1863, 



[June 19, 1863. 
Died inFreetown,Mass., 



[Dec. 2, 1862. 
Died at Newberu, N. C, 



70 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company A — Con. 
Stetson, Charles H., 

Stetson, William F., . 

Thompson, James H., . 

Thompson, Morton, 
Torrey, Leander, 
Thayer, Charles H., 
Vinal, Joseph, 
Whitney, Abel H., 
Whitney, Oren T., 
Wood, Cyrus, 
Wilcox, George F., 
Wilcox, Marcenah B., . 
Winslow, Benedict A., 
Whitney, Charles T., , 

Company B— Plymouth. 
Thomas B. GrifHth, Captain, 
Charles A. S. Perkins, 1st Lieut., 
William S. Briargs, 2d Lieut., 
Asa Shaw, 1st Sergeant, 
Charles W. Griffith, Sergeant, 
Job P. Oldham, 
Benjamin S. Atwood, " 
James H. Robbins, " 

George H. Shaw, Corporal, 
John M. Cobb, " 

Hosea C. Bumpus, " 
Andrew De Merit, " 
Amasa M. Bartlett, " 
Charles M. Perry, " 
Gideon Shurtleff, " 
William S. White, 
Lorenzo N. Shaw, Wagoner, 
Atwood, Stephen T., . 
Atwood, Ebenezer E., . 
Atwood, Josiah W., 
Bumpus, Hiram W., . 
Bryant, Charles E., 
Briggs, James W., 
Barnes, Benjamin F., . 
Bates, Nathaniel B., 
Bates, James H., . 
Bryant, Frank, . 
Bradford, Ebenezer N., 
Bartlett, John M., 
Bradford, William H., . 
Burgess, Ebenezer, 



20 

30 

25 

18 
24 
18 
37 
19 
28 
40 
20 
18 
19 
27 



39 
34 
28 
29 
37 
29 
22 
31 
28 
18 
24 
29 
23 
19 
38 
44 
39 
19 
21 
18 
33 
34 
35 
18 
24 
18 
29 
25 
29 
21 
18 



Hanson, 

Hanover, 

Kingston, 

Halifax. 
Hanover. 
Kingston. 
Hanover. 



Halifax. 
Freetown. 



Halifax, 



Carver. 

Plymouth. 

Middleboro' 

u 

Carver. 
Plymouth. 
Plympton. 
Plymouth. 
Carver. . 

a 

Wareham. 
Carver. . 

Plymouth. 

a 

Middleboro' 
Plympton. 
Carver. . 



Wareham. 
Kingston. 
Middleboro 
Plymouth. 
Carver. . 

u 

Plympton. 
Plymouth. 
Wareham. 
Plympton. 
Wareham. 



Discharged March 
1863, for disability. 

Discharged March 
1863, for disability. 

Discharged March 
1863, for disability. 



[for disability. 
Discharged Mar. 4, 1863, 



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HOUSE— No. 100. 
Third Regiment — Continued. 



71 



NAMES. 


6 
bo 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company B — Con. 








Chandler, John B., . . . 


32 


Carver. . . 


_ _ 


Cobb, Charles S., . 






22 


Plymouth. . . 


_ _ 


Chase, Charles H., 






34 


Carver. . . 


— — 


Chapman, John F., 






22 


Plymouth. . . 


- _ 


Cobb, Sidney 0., 






18 


Carver. . . 


_ _ 


Chandler, William B., 






18 


n 


_ _ 


Cobb, Allen, 






44 


Middleboro' . 


_ _ 


Cobb, Joseph F., . 






26 


- 


[for disability 


Cornell, William H., 






18 


Carver, . . 


Discharged May 9, 1863 


Doten, George H., 






30 


Plymouth. . . 


- , _ 


Donley, James, 






31 


Kingston. . . 


- - 


Darling, George, . 






34 


Middleboro' . 


- 


Dempsey, Robert M., 






23 


Plympton. . . 


- - 


Dunham, Henry A., 






30 


Carver. . . 


- — 


Dunham, Ellis D., 






21 


i( 


_ _ 


Ellis, Barzilla F., 






44 


E. B-ridgewater 


_ - 


Gammons, Edward A., 






20 


Wareham. . . 


- _ 


Gammons, John W., 






22 


u 


_ _ 


Griffin, Harvey B., 




.• 


22 


Plymouth. . . 


_ _ 


Hall, Sylvester S., 






34 


Wareham. . . 


_ _ 


Hai'lovr, Martin L., 






18 


Plymouth. . . 


- _ 


Holmes, Nathaniel, 






27 


(( 


_ _ 


Harlow, Ivory W., 






23 


a 


_ _ 


Holmes, George H., 






21 


Wareham. . . 


[for disability. 


Holmes, Samuel N., 






19 


Plymouth, . . 


Discharged May 4, 1863, 


Holmes, Isaac S., . 






43 


a 


Discharged May 27, 1863, 
for disabUity. 


Irvin, William, 






31 


Carver. . . 


_ _ 


Jenkins, Benjamin S., 






18 


Plymouth. . . 


- 


Johnson, Charles W., . 






27 


Plymouth. . . 


_ - 


Jackson, George F., 






21 


(( 


_ _ 


Jefferson, Salem, . 






44 


Rochester. . . 


- _ 


Lucas, Adoniram B., . 






24 


Middleboro.' . 


— _ 


Leach, Thomas M.> 






21 


Plympton. . . 


- _ 


Lobdell, Isaac F., . 






27 


n 


— _ 


Monge, Winthrop H., . 






24 


Kingston. ■. . 


- _ 


Murdock, John, '. 






36 


Carver. . . 


_ _ 


Manter, John D., 






36 


W^areham, . . 


Died Feb. 6, 1863. 


Nickerson, Joseph S., . 






18 


(t 


~ \ 


Neal, James, 






37 


Plymouth. . . 




Oldham, John R., 






18 


Wareham. . . 


— _ 


Perkins, Henry F., 






27 


Kingston. . . 


— _ 


Place, Charles C, 






33 


Plymouth. . . 


- _ 


Place, Isaac H., . 






37 


« 


_ _ 


Pierce, Moses W., 






19 


Rochester. . . 


_ _ 


Penniman, Prince E., . 






33 


Plympton. . . 


_ _ 


Paulding, James S.. 






42 


Plymouth. . . 


.1. _ 


Raymond, Thomas W., . 






21 


Rochester. . . 


_ _ 


Ramsdell, Cornelius, . 






31 


Middleboro' . 


_ _ 


Bobbins, Herbert, 


• , 




18 


Plymouth. . . 


— — 



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ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company B — Con. 
Raymond Samuel B., 
Sherman, Leander L., 
Spooner, William F., 
Smith, Thomas, . 
Sherman, James E., 
Sears, James F., . 
Shaw, Edward W., 
Shaw, Nathaniel, Jr., 
Stringer, Andrew, 
Shaw, Jesse M., . 
Sampson, John, . 
Shaw, Ezra, 
ShurtletF, Benjamin, Jr 
Shaw, Alonzo D., 
Tillson, George W., 
Washburn, Philip M., 
Washburn, Joseph G., 
Ward, Ansel B., . 
Willis, Marcus M., 
Wrightington, Henry, 
Wright, Edward S., 



Company C— Fall Kiver. 
Elihu Grant, Captain, . 
Benjamin A. Shaw, 1st Lieutenant, 
Charles D. Copeland, 2d " 
Alphonso Borden, 1st Sergeant, 
Charles G. Remington, " 
Isaac L. Hart, Sergeant, 
J. E. Cunneene, " 
Lester Lamson, " . 
E. F. Manchester, " . 
Thomas Wiseman, Corporal, 
Nathaniel Ford, " 

Robert C. Negus, " 

Robert Fielden, " 

Frederick A. Norton, " 
Samuel P. Durpee, " 
Janates McGuire, " 

George G. (irush, " 

Charles S. Weaver, Wagoner, 
Altham, George, . 
Andrews, Thomas, 
Austin, Francis S., 
Borden, Stephen B., 
Butler, James, 
Baker, Abram M., 
Bucklin, George W., . 
Brayton, Stephen F., . 
Bowers, Joseph, . 



34 
33 

19 

23 

22 

21 

24 

25 

19 

18 

42 

21 

22 

21 

18 

23 

21 

19 

34. 

23 

40 



42 
30 
33 
30 
25 
41 
30 
22 
20 
25 
23 
32 
26 
18 
28 
34 
20 
20 
18 
44 
30 
23 
32 
IS 
37 
21 
21 



Plymouth. 



Plympton. 
Plymouth. 
Carver. 



Wareham. 
Middleboro' 

Carver, 
Carver. . 
Kingston. 
Carver. . 

a 

Middleboro' 
Plympton. 

Fall River. 



Westport. 
Fall River. 



Westport. 
Fall River. 



Westport. 
Fall River. 



Died Ap. 18, 1863. 



[1863, for disability. 
Discharged March 27, 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Third Regiment — Continued. 



^3 



NAMES. 


bo 

< 


Residence. 


Eemarks. 


Company C — Con. 








Bohan, James, .... 


22 


Fall River, . . 


- - 


Borden, John A., 






21 


(( 




- 


Bradbury, Williafh, 






18 


K 




- 


Brow, Frank E., 






16 


(( 




— — 


Clark, Henry, 






36 


11 




_ „ 


Clarkson, Edwin, 






18 


(( 




- - 


Coggeshall, Edward D. 


• 




25 


U 




- 


Caswell, Thomas N., . 






32 


U 




— — 


Cook, Charles H., 






25 


a 




- 


Chace, George N , 






23 


u 




- - 


Crapo, Francis H., 






22 


a 




- - 


Caldwell, William, 






80 


(( 




- - 


Cameron, John A., 






18 


u 




- 


Cash, William, 






35 


u 




- - 


Crowley, Patrick, 






40 


Westport. 




- 


Crighton, Thomas J., . 






18 


Fall River. 




- 


Davol, John, Jr., 






40 


" 




- - 


Davol, John N., . . 






18 


u 




- 


Delmage, James L., 


. 




29 


" 




- 


Dixon, James, 






30 


u 




- 


Dolman, Joseph, . 






43 


u 




- 


Darling, John A., 






29 


a 




- - 


Davis, John R., . 






19 


(1 




[on ac't wounds in bat. 


Deplitch, William, 






35 


u 




Discharged May 27, 1863, 


Eaton, Josiah J., -- 






24' 


Westport. 




- - 


Fiske, Benjamin S., 






21 


Fall River. 




- - 


Fitzgibbons, Thomas, 






43 


ii. 




- 


Graham, William, 






26 


u 




- 


Gilbert, Thomas, 






26 


u 




_ 


Grant, George A., 






20 


u 




- -T 


Green, Dennis, 






18 


Westport. 




- ^ 


Horsman, John, . 






22 


Fall River. 




- 


Horsman, Francis, 






44 


u 




- 


Hill, Joseph, 






38 


(< 




- - 


Irving, Eli, . 






22 


u 




- 


Jennings, Thomas J., 






21 


1( 




- 


Jennings, Cornelius D. 






35 


(■ 




- 


Kenny, Thomas, . 






27 


(.(. 




- 


Lawrence, James, 






27 


a 




- - 


Lawton, David, . 






46 


u 




^ 


Lewis, William H., 






34 


u 




- 


Lord, George, 






27 


li 




- 


Lock, John B., 






18 


li 




- - 


Munroe, Albert 'F., 






18 


a 




- 


McKinnon, Thomas, 






28 


u 




- - 


Murphy, Dennis B., 






36 


i( 




_ 


Malone, Henry, . 






21 


u 




- 


Mallison, John, 






30 


»<' 




— - 


Martin, George, . 






40 


(( 




- 


Martin, Reuben, . 






19 


li 




' " 



10 



74* ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


60 
< 


Eesideuce. 


Eemarks. 


Company C— Con. 








Martin, Peter, . . 


26 


Westport. . . 


_ _ 


Nary, James, 






28 


Fall River. 


_ _ 


Newman, William, 






28 


u 


^ _ _ 


Peckham, William W., 






22 


u 






Phelan, John, 






25 


(( 






Peckham, Peleg H., 






29 


(( 




_ 


Pell, Jabish, 






25 


li 






Packard, William H., 






26 


u 




_ 


Piatt, Edward, . 






35 


u 






Read, John P., 






18 


" 




_ 


Regan, Timothy, . 






18 


a 




_ _ 


Regan, Morty, 






23 


u 




_ _ 


Smithson, John, . 






18 


(1 




_ _ 


Smithy Lafayette, 






27 


u 






Sharpies, Lawrence, 






20 


" 




_ 


Sidley, John P., . 






25 


(( 




_ 


Smith, James B., . 






23 


u 






Terry, Edward P., 






21 


Li 




_ 


Thackray, William, 






38 


U 




_ 


Tracy, William, . 






38 


Westport. 




[1863, for disability. 


Taylor, John, 






36 


Fall River, 




Discharged March 2, 


Walker, James, . 






18 


li 






Wallace, Richard D., 






28 


a 




^ 


Waite, Ishmael S., 






36 


Westport. 




- 


Company D— Fall River. 








Andrew R. Wright, Captain, 


30 


Fall River. . 


_ 


Thomas McFarland, 1st Lieuten't, 


36 


a 


_ _ 


George Reynolds, Jr., 2d " 


24 


(( 




_ 


Samuel B. Hinckly, 1st Sergeant, 


30 


11 




_ _ 


Almanza S. Elsbree, Sergeant, 


28 


a 




_ 


Francis McGrann, " 


30 


(1 






James Holt, " 


24 


44 






Thomas Austin, " 


26 


■ ti 






Ashiel M. Borden, Corporal, 


24 


a 




_ 


Cornelius Kelly, Jr., " 


31 


a 




_ 


Philip Chase, " 




28 


a 




■ 


Charles E. Slade, " 




26 


a 






William H. Wright, " 




26 


Westport. 




_ 


William H. Munroe, " 




22 


Fall River. 




_ _ 


Sierra L. Braley, " 




19 


u 




_ 


Charles P. Tripp, " 




21 


Westport. . 




_ _ 


Edwin J. Dyer, Musician, 




18 


Fall River. 




_ _ 


Charles C. Borden, " 




17 


" 






Valentine Perry, Wagoner, 




39 


u 






Ash, Thomas, 




20 


it 






Baker, Jeremiah, D. 




40 


11 






Brightman, William B., 




21 


li 




_ 


Brightman, James, 




20 


« 




_ 


Brown, Samuel, . 




22 


Westport. . 




- 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Third Regiment — Continued. 



75 



NAMES. 


in 
< 


Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company D — Con. 






, 


Borden, Isaac S, . 


23 


Westport. . . 


[1863. 


Bradbury Robert, 






37 


" 




Discharged March 12j' 


Coogan, James, "; 






40 


Fall River. . 




- - 


Clarkson, Thomas, 






27 


u 




- 


Cannady, William J., . 






18 


(( 




- 


Curran, James, . 






19 


Westport. 




- 


Carney, Michael, . 






23 


11 




- - 


Cordingly, Thomas R., . 






.S5 


11 




- - 


Cutler, Israel, 






26 


11 




- 


Davis, John P., . . 






44 


Fall River. 




- 


Dacy, Timothy, . 






40 


11 




- 


Demaranville, Stephen 


E, 




21 


Westport. 




- 


Daval, Henry S., . 






23 


" 




— — 


Donavan, Edward M., 






25 


Fall River. 




- 


Dwyer, William, . 






27 


Westport. 




- 


Dolan, Andrew, . 






36 


11 




- - 


Dillon, John, 






22 * 


_ 


- 


Deserted Sept. 25, 1862. 


Dyer, Stephen K., 






18 


Westport, 




Died June 6, 1863, 


Earl, Andrew R., . 






23 


11 




— — 


Frawley, Patrick, . 






32 


Fall River. 




- 


Folger, David J. . 






23 


11 




- 


Francis, William, . 






19 


11 




- - 


Freelove, Richmond D. 






24 


11 




- 


Fay, Edward, 






23 


Westport. 




- 


Flaherty, John, . 






33 


Fall River. 




- - 


Grush, Frederick A., 






22 


11 




- - 


Hackly, John, 






40 


Westport. 




- 


Hayston, Thomas, 






31 


Fall River. 




- - 


Hanson, George, . 






18 


11 




- - 


Harrington, Timothy, 






23 


Westport. 




- 


Harrington, Daniel, 






19 


11 




— — 


Harrington, John, 






18 


11 




- 


Hoolhen, Michael, 






21 


11 




- 


Jordan, James, . 






18 


Fall River, 




Discharged June 10,1863. 


Kidd, Thomas, 






40 


11 




- - 


Kaylor, William, . 






24 


Westport. 




- 


Leadwith, James, . 






20 


Fall River. 




- 


Levally, Benjamin W. 






18 


u 




- - 


Leary, James, 






18 


It 




- 


Manchester, Gilbert, 






19 


Westport. 




_ _ 


Murphy, Jeremiah E., 






21 


Fall River. 




- - 


Miller, George, 






34 


Westport. 




- - 


Marshall, John, 






21 


" 




_ _■ 


Murphy, Timothy, 






32 


Fall River. 




- 


Morton, Charles H., 






21 


11 




_ . _ 


Mowry, Wm. I., . 






18 


11 




- - 


Milierick, John, . 






25 


11 




- - 


Mellor, Charles H., 






18 


11 




- - 


McKenney, Felix, Jr., 






21 


11 




- 


McDermott, Thomas, 






28 


11 




' 



76 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



• Company D — Gon. 
McPhee, Thomas, 
•McDonald, Daniel, 
McNaugbton, Charles, 
McGuinness, Edward, 
McGowan, John, . 
Ogden, Henry, 
Page, Hathaway B., 
Pool, John, . 
Peters, John, 
Piatt, Charles, 
Petty, Hiram S., . 
Pickles, James, . 
Ryan, Jeremiah, . 
Kobotham, James, 
Sheehan, Daniel, . 
Sherman, William H., 
Shay, Michael W., 
Sargent, John, 
Sanford, Sylvester, 
Soule, Robert F., 
Shaw, Charles, 
Smith, Robert, 
Tripp, Allen H., 
Wise, Whitloek, 
Wade, Vernon, 
Woodcock, Jonas, 



Company E— Wew Bedford. 
John A. Hawes, Captain, 
William E. Mason, 1st Lieuten't. 
James L. Sharp, 2d " 

David A. Butler, 1st Sergeant, 
Charles H. Tobey, Sergeant, 
James C. Hitch, " 

Isaac A. Jennings, " 
Joseph E. Nye, " 

John H. M. Babcock, Corporal, 
Francis Herley, " 

George R. Paddock, " 

Alex. M. Brownell, " 

Frank H. Kempton, " 

Henry H. Potter, " 

Franklin K. S. Nye, " 

Sylvester C. Spooner, " 
Stephen P. Sawyer, Musician, 
Charles G. Allen, " 

Henry C. Baker, Wagoner. . 
Allen, Thomas L , 

Allen, Albert M 

Angell, William H., . 



40 
28 
38 
37 
30 
25 
20 
44 
29 
19 
30 
26 
44 
18 
25 
25 
19 
23 
22 
18 
42 
35 
25 
27 
28 
36 



29 
35 

o o 

on 
25 
23 
25 
27 
24 
30 
33 
27 
20 
19 
21 
23 
23 
34 
14 
25 
23 
20 
19 



Fall River 

Westport. 
Fall River. 
Westport. 
Fall River. 



Westport. 



Fall River, 



Westport. 



Fall River. 



Fairhaven. . 
New Bedtbrd. 



Westport. . 
New Bedford. 



[Major, Ma3- 29, 1863. 
Promoted to Sergeant- 



I 



1864.] 



fHOUSB— No. 100. 
Third Regiment — Continued. 



77 



Company E — Con. 
BIy, William L., . 
Briggs, Charles H., 
Bray ton, Charles F., 
Brown, Jacob, 
Barker, William T., 
Bullard, Amasa, . 
Briggs, Leonard, . 
Coggeshall, George B. 
Crapo, Philip M., 
Christian, Stephen E., 
Chadwick, Isaac S., 
Covell, Benjamin B., Jr , 
Cushman, Frederick E., 
Chapman, Edward T., 
Crane, Charles F., 
Davis, George H., 
Dexter, Luke, 
Dedrick, Charles M., 
Dexter, Thomas D., 
Forbes, Charles H., 
Folger, Reuben C, 
Grinnell, Enoch N., 
Gifford, Thomas I., 
Howe, William W., 
Hitch, Alfred G., 
HafFords, Joseph T., 
Hathaway, Savory C., 
Hathaway, James S., 
Hargraves, John, . 
Hanover, Walter, 
Hiller; Alfred, . 
Hussey, Thomas, • 
Howard, Abner L., 
Hatch, William W., 
Handy, George F., 
Hall, Gilbert N., . 
Howland, Nicholas E., 
Howland, Charles H., 
Jack, Hudson, 
Jenkins, George W., 
Jackson, William M., 
Kelley, Joseph H. A., 
Leach, William H. H., 
Lawrence, William, 
Lovejoy, Amos F., 
Mann, William M., 
Mann, John E., . 
Munroe, Joseph V. G., . 
Mendall, Charles W., 
Maxfield, Frederic S., 



21 
19 
20 
36 
25 
45 
33 
19 
19 
19 
43 
24 
19 
19 
18 
20 
30 
29 
22 
20 
21 
22 
22 
22 
19 
21 
25 
30 
36 
28 
19 
19 
23 
29 
19 
22 
19 
25 
22 
21 
32 
23 
23 
43 
35 
25 
19 
31 
22 



New Bedford, 



Died Jan. 29, 1863. 



Deser'd Oct. 20,'62. 



[for disability. 
Discharged April 24,1863, 



•78 



ADJUTANT-GBNERIL'S REPORT. 

Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



K AMES. 



Company E — Gon. 
Manchester, John B., 
Mosher, John M., 
Negus, Charles H., 
Peiser, Jacob, 
Potter, Simeon W., 
Purrington, Philip B., 
Pierce, John W., . 
Rigby, Samuel, 
Robbins, Thomas C, 
Rice, Adoniram J., 
Reynolds, AVm. F., 
Richards, Wm. D., 
Soule, Rufus A., . 
Spooner, Samuel H., 
Simmons, Charles H., 
Sadler, Wm. G., . 
Swift, Leander H., 
Taber, Lyman G., 
Tripp, Thomas G. C, 
Tripp, Daniel H., . 
Tripp, Edwin §., . 
Tophams, Philip M., 
Tuckerman, Robert, Jr, 
Wilkinson, Wm., . 
Wilcox, Henry P., 
Washburn, Wm. H., 
Wood, Thomas F., 
Watson, Samuel J., 



Company F— Wew Bedford, 
George R. Hurlburt, Captain, 
Wm. H. Allen, 3d, 1st Lieutenant, 
Jonathan W. Davis, 2d Lieut., 
Patrick Cannavan, 1st Sergeant, 
James H. Williams^Sergeant, 
Frederick A. Plumner, " 
Joseph C. Brotherson, " 
Charles H. Walker, '.' . 
Charles A. Gould, Corporal, 
James Smith, " 

Zacheus H. Wright, " 
Andrew Dexter, " 

John H. Ricketson, " . 
Frederick Hoffman, " 
Chas. W. Cleaveland,' " . 
Henry Kohn, " 

Francis P. Vincent, Chief Bugler 
Booth, Nathaniel A., , 
Burns, James, 
Besse, George A., . , 



28 
23 
28 
23 
23 
23 
20 
.19 
21 
28 
27 
23 
24 
23 
22 
28 
24 
19 
30 
38 
22 
24 
31 
32 
22 
19 
19 
19 



38 
25 
25 
26 
26 
29 
21 
40 
27 
31 
32 
28 
26 
26 
32 
19 
30 
18 
35 
19 



New Bedford. 



Westport. . 
New Bedford. 



[1863, for disability. 
Discharged March 12, 



[1862, for disability. 
Discharged October 28, 



New Bedford. 



Dartmouth. 
New Bedford. 



Edgartown. 
Acushnet. . 
New Bedford. 
Dartmouth. 
New Bedford. 
Edgartown. 
New Bedford. 
Edgartown. 
New Bedford. 

Dartmouth. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Third Regiment — Continued. 



79 



NAMES. 


is, 

< 


Residence. 


Ke marks. 


Company F — Con. 








Brightman, John H., . 


40 


Westport. . . 


— ' -^ 


Burke, William, . , 


30 


New Bedford. . 


- 


Brannan, Patrick, 


18 


li 


- 


Buswell, James E., 


28 


- 


- 


Barrett, John, .... 


29 


New Bedford. . 


- 


Beatle, Edward E., . . . 


22 


Edgartown. 


- 


Clark, Patrick, .... 


31 


New Bedford. . 


- 


Card, Benjamin F., . . . 


19 


" . . 


- 


Chace, Alvah H., .... 


23 


Dartmouth. 


- 


Clark, Henry E., . 


27 


u 


- 


Cushing, William B., . 


18 


Acushnet. . . 


- 


Cornell, Solomon, 


32 


Dartmouth. 


- 


Cameron, John, .... 


21 


Berkley. . . 


- 


Durpee, George L., . 


18 


New Bedford. . 


- 


Donovan, James, .... 


20 


n 


- - 


DeKay, Richard, .... 


21 


Dartmouth, 


Deserted October 3, ISffJ. 


Davis, George W., 


19 


New Bedford. . 


- - 


Fisher, John P., . 


20 


Edgartown. 


- 


Foster, Daniel 0., 


26 


Warren. . . 


- 


Graves, Perry, .... 


33 


New Bedford. . 


- 


Gifford, Abram, .... 


18 


W^estport. . . 


— -» 


Giflfbrd, James B., . . . 


21 


n 


- 


Gifford, Levi K., .... 


22 


Dartmouth. 


[1863, for disability. 


Gordon, John, .... 


22 


New Bedford, . 


Discharged March 21, 


Gammons, Charles W. . 


18 


Dartmouth, 


Discharged March 24, 
1863, for disability. 


Hammond, Henry, 


38 


New Bedford, . 


Discharged March 24, 
1863, for disability. 


Holmes, Samuel B., . 


30 


(1 


— 


Hathaway, George W., 


28 


(( 


- 


Hoffman, William, 


29 


a 


- — 


Holmes, Joseph B., . . . 


18 


(( 


- 


Howland, Abram H., . 


19 


4( 


— — 


Hamer, William, .... 


35 


(( 


- 


Jenkins, George, .... 


25 


u 


- - 


Janney, Wilham A., . 


36 


- 


- 


Kenner, Henry G., . • • 


27 


Dartmouth. 


- 


Luscomb, Abram R., . 


23 


New Bedford. . 


- 


Lakey, Thomas, .... 


20 


ii. 


- 


Lawton, Joseph M., 


33 


Dartmouth. 


- - 


Lewis, Henry S., . 


23 


- 


- 


Mitchell, John S., . . . 


39 


New Bedford. . 


- 


Mason, Humphrey S., . 


27 


11 


- 


Macomber, Lyman A., . 


18 


Dartmouth. 


- 


Macomber, Alden T , . 


30 


u 


Died April 21, '63. 


Mosher, Frederick P., . 


28 


New Bedford. . 


- 


Muspratt, John, .... 


20 


ii 


- 


Oliver, Horatio G., Jr., 


23 


'*t 


— — 


Oliver, Charles H., . . . 


31 


11"' 


- - 


Orne, George, . . . . 


42 


u 





80 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Third Regiment — Continued. 



Company F — Con. 
Plummer, Horace M., 
Peckham, Samuel G., 
Peck, William B , 
Pierce, Alexander 0., 
Peckham, John B., 
Potter, Thomas, Jr., 
Quick, James S., . 
Rodman, Samuel J., 
Ryan, Edward, . 
Ryder, David, 
Ripley, Joseph A., 
Stowell, Columbus, 
Soule, Edwin P., . 
Smith, John W., . 
Stiles, James, 
Sanford, Leonard M., 
Shea, Matthew, . 
Shaw, Charles H., 
Stephens, William H., 
Spooner, Joseph S., 
Trippi, Philip, 
Tilton, James M., 
Teachman, Sidney M., 
Webb, Wm. H., . 
Wilson, James, . 
Welsh, William H., 
Wady, William I., 
Wordell, Andrew L., 
Worth, Jethro, 
Wilbur, Joseph H., 
Weston, James, . 
Wood, Geo. H., . 



Company Gr— ISTew Bedford. 

William S. Cobb, Captain, . 
Henry W. Briggs, 1st Lieut., 
James L. Wilber, 2d Lieut., 
Charles West, 1st Sergeant, 
William F. Chace, Sergeant, 
John W. Lock, 
Abel Soule, Jr., " 

Roland W. Snow, " 
Simeon Webb, Corporal, . 
Thomas F. Hammond, " 
Wm. G. Dunham, " 
Andrew- Porter, " 

William Eldridge, " 
John L. Flynn, " ^ 

George W. Perry, " 
Ira P. Tripp, " 



22 
29 
20 
26 
21 
40 
20 
20 
19 
44 
21 
44 
24 
18 
26 
22 
26 
30 
22 
36 
23 
37 
18 
24 
31 
25 
19 
19 
25 
19 
27 
19 



43 
33 

28 
30 
28 
30 
34 
29 
36 
21 
28 
29 
43 
32 
33 
34 



New Bedford. 
Dartmouth. 

Acushnet. . 
Dartmouth. 
Acushnet. . 
New Bedford. 



Dartmouth. 
Edgartown. 
New Bedford. 



Dartmouth. 
Acushnet. . 
New Bedford. 
Edgartown. 
New Bedford. 



Dartmouth. 

u 

Edgartown. 

New Bedford. 
Dartmouth. 

New Bedford. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. ■ 
Third Regiment — Continued. 



81 



NAMES. 


6 
< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company G — Con. 








Allen, Joseph H., ... 


21 


New Bedford. 


- - 


Allen, George F., 






22 


- - 


- - 


Alger, Charles, Jr., 






18 


New Bedford, 


- 


Atchison, Martin, 






18 


(1 


- - 


Albro Alfred, 






21 


(1 




_ _ 


Akin, Charles R., 






37 


a 




- _ 


At-wood, Luther, . 






38 


(1 




Deserted Oct. 22, 1862. 


Bacon, David B., . 






31 


u 




- — 


Bearse, Zachariah S., 






21 


a 




- - 


Besse, Daniel, 






34 


u 




- 


Bowman, Joseph B., 






42 


(( 




_ _ 


Boling, John M., . 






27 


« 




- - 


Bhss, Charles, 






36 


u 




_ _ 


Bolles, James C, . 






20 


(( 




- - 


Burdick, Benj. F., 






27 


(( 




- _ 


Bradley, David, . 






28 


<( 




- _ 


Carroll, Jam.es N, 






18 


(1 




- - 


Collins, James, 






21 


(( 




- _ 


Chase, Collins. 






30 


(1 




- - 


Cobb, Wm. S., Jr., 






21 


(( 




_ _ 


Connolly, James, . 






30 


ki 




- _ 


Chace, Wm. H., . 






40 


u 




[—to re-enllst. 


Croy, Wm. D., . 






22 


Dartmouth, 


Discharged, May 30, 1863 


Clark, James, 






26 


New Bedford, . 


Discharged May 30, 1863 


• 










—to re-enlist. 


Davis, James A., . 






26 


u 


- _ 


Dunham, Thomas S., 






18 


11 


- 


Durpee, Benjamin, 






18 


' 11. 


- 


Dexter, Ezra F., . 






43 


(t 


— _ 


Edwards, John, . 






29 


(( 


_ 


Flahaven, John, . 






28 


I( 


. _ _ 


French, John F., . 






27 


u 


_ _ 


Fleet, James, 






33 


(1 


_ - 


Freeman, Josiah, . 






23 


(1 


_ _ 


Gilford, Wm. F., . 






20 


" 


— _ 


GifFord, Charles C, 






18 


" • 


_ _ 


Giffbrd, Samuel T., 






30 


(( 


_ _, 


Garlick, Reuben A., 






19 


Dartmouth. 


_ _ 


Hazard, Joh.n F., . 






27 


New Bedford. . 


- - 


Haskins, Wm. A., 






18 


(( 


_ 


Hathaway, Frederick A 


^•1 




18 


u 


_ _ 


Harrington, Daniel, 






23 


- 


Deserted Oct. 21, 1862. 


Jenney, Sanford, Jr., 






23 


New Bedford. . 




Joseph, Wm. E,., . 






19 


a 


- - 


King, Isaac, . 






44 


i(. 


_ ■ _. 


Keene, Ebenezer S., 






20 


u 


_ _ 


King, Alfred C, . 






21 


u 


_ _ 


Lineham, John, . 






37 


(1 


_ _ 


Lewis, Benjamin F., 






25 


i( 


_ _ 


Look, Gilbert A., . 






31 


u 


- - 



11 



82 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company G — Con. 
Long, George R., . 
Lyong, William, . 
Mack, Andrew N., 
Mosher, Folder B., 
Mosher, Caleb P., 
Matthews, Barak E., 
McCann, Edward, 
Maxfield, Charles H. 
Moltram, John, 
Minor, Barney, 
Norton, Francis, . 
Paine, Henry K., . 
.'Packard, George F., 
Parker, George W., 
Perry, Lyman C, 
Pierce, Charles C, 
Pierce, Charles H., 
Parsons, Lewis G., 
Pratt, Henry B., . 
Richards, Silas N., 
Salsbury, Robert, 
Smith, Samuel D., 
Smith, John S., . 
Sisson, George F., 
Slocum^ William, . 
Spooner, Samuel K., 
Taber, Cornelius G., 
Taber, Theodore A., 
Taber, Daniel G., 
Taylor, William W., 
Tighe, James D., . 
Tripp, Sylvanus A., 
Tripp, George H. W., 
Tillinghast, William A, 
Wilkie, David, 
Whitehead, Thomas, 
Wilbur, Henry C, 



Company H— Rehoboth. 
Otis A. Baker, Captain, 
Robert Crossman, 1st Lieutenant, 
Joseph Gibbs, 2d Lieutenant, 
Arnold D. Brown, 1st Sergeant, . 
George F. M. Forrester, Sergeant, 
Edwin Haskins, " 

Jonathan W. Thurber, " 

Samuel W. Gibbs, " 

Henry H. Lathrop, Corporal, 
Sylvanus D. Jones, " 
James McNeill, " 



34 

18 

18 

36 

34 

41 

35 

18 

29 

35 

35 

25 

31 

22 

42 

21 

18 

22 

21 

20 

31 

43 

44 

41 

19 

44 

32 

21 

41 

24 

19 

41 

26 

19 

20 

41 

21 



24 
34 
35 
24 
38 
24 
23 
23 
24 
36 
34 



New Bedford 



Edgartown. 
New Bedford. 



Edgartown. 



Rehoboth. 

Dighton. 

Somerset. 

Rehoboth 

Somerset. 

Dighton. 

Swansey. 

Somerset. 

Rehoboth. 

Dighton. 

Swansey. 



[for disability. 
Deserted, and discharg'd 



[for disability. 
Discharged Mar. 3, 1863, 
Discharged Mar. 19, 1863, 

[for disability. 



[for disability. 
Discharged Apr. 20, 1863, 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Third Regiment — Continued. 



83 



Company H — Con. 
Isaiah B. Case, Corporal, 
Josiah L. Plorton, " 
Charles B. Peckham, " 
Daniel Briggs, " 

Horace L. Horton, " 
James M. Evans, Musician, 
Allen B. Luther, >' 

Mark P. Chace, Wagoner, 
Jason W. Fuller, " 
Bliss, Joshua S., . 
Bufiington, George O., 
Butfington, Samuel L., 
Babbitt, Nathaniel M., 
B^iggs, Olivey H., 
Belden, William H., 
Bullock, Gilbert D., 
Chace, George F., 
Chace, George A., 
Chace, Benjamin F., 
Chace, William P., 
Chace, Edwin, 
Chace, Baylies R., 
Chace, Herbert A., 
Carmichael, John B., 
Curtis, George E., 
Carroll, Michael, 
Davis, Nathan S., 
Farrall, Dominick, 
Francis, Darius P., 
Francis, David W., 
Goff, Henry N., . 
GofF, Andrew J., . 
George, Green, . 
Hood, David B., . 
Harrington, Daniel, 
Hathaway, George W., 
Hatten, John E,., . 
Holten, Michael, . 
Horten, Alfred A., 
Hicks, John F., . 
Hardy, Samuel, . 
Hall, William H., 
Hill, Thomas, 
Handley, Edward, 
Handley, Andrew A.. 
Kingsley, Amos N., 
Kent, Alva B., 
Luther, William H., 
Luther, Hale S., . 
Lincoln, Alvin C, 



20 
21 
38 
21 
19 
25 
20 
19 
37 
21 
18 
23 
39 
28 
22 
34 
18 
18 
28 
32 
19 
20 
20 
19 
23 
26 
33 
45 
22 
21 
39 
22 
36 
18 
33 
39 
23 
29 
20 
24 
39 
22 
44 
19 
18 
18 
19 
22 
32 
20 



Seekonk. 
Dighton. 
Somerset. 

Swansey. 
Dighton. 
Rehoboth. 
Somerset. 
Rehoboth. 
(( 

Swansey. 

u 

Diffhton. 



Rehoboth. 
Somerset. 



Swansey. 

Dighton. 

Somerset. 

Dighton, 

Somerset. 

Rehoboth. 

Somerset. 

Rehoboth. 



Dighton. 
Rehoboth. 

Somerset. 
Rehoboth. 
Somerset. 



Rehoboth. 

11 

Dighton. 

Somerset. 
Rehoboth. 



Swansey. 
Rehoboth. 



Dighton. 



[1863, for disability. 
Discharged March 27, 



H 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company H — Con. 
Lahne, Peter F., . 
Sampson, John R., 
Marble, George W., 
Marble, Alexander H., 
Mosher, Edward F., 
Martin, Albert F., 
Moulton, James F., 
Macker, William H., 
Pierce, Abraham, . 
Pierce, Ezra V. B., 
Pierce, William C, 
Paddleford, Silas M., 
Purington, Samuel C, 
Read, James O., . 
Reynolds, William, 
Roach, James, 
Ryan, William, 
Shove, Charles H., 
Slade, Alfred L., . 
Swift, Daniel E., . 
Swift, Peleg, 
Smith, Stephen N., 
Smith, Laprilet C, 
Sullivan, Jeremiah, 
Simmons, 0]i-\;er, 
Sherman, Ira M., . 
Thurber, Jeremiah, 
Tripp, John E., . 
Tripp, George A., 
Talbot, Charles H. 
Vial, George H., . 
Walker, Nathan O , 
Walker, George A., 
Wink, Adam, 
Welch, John W., 
Westcot, Henry N., 
Williams, Henry A., 
Williams, Caleb, . 
Williams Edmund, 
Whelden, Silas H., 



Company I— Fairhaven. 
Barnabas Ewer, Jr., Captain, 
Solomon R. Eaton, 1st Lieut., 
Jabez M. Lyle, " 

Joshua M. Wilkey, 2d Lieut., 

Jireh Kinney, Jr^^ 1st Sergeant, 
Lawrence R. Rankin, Sei'geant, 



23 

20 
21 
21 
28 
20 
22 
25 
34 
21 
39 
28 
21 
18 
30 
29 
37 
25 
21 
18 
44 
26 
28 
18 
35 
35 
22 
19 
32 
20 
24 
23 
32 
24 
37 
29 
36 
41 
25 
23 



50 
55 
30 

26 

26 
23 



Somerset. 



Swansey. 

Rehoboth. 

Swansey. 

Rehoboth. 

Swansey. 

Somerset, 



Dighton. 

Swansey. 

Rehoboth. 

Somerset, 

Swansey. 

u 

Somerset. 

u 
Dighton. 

n 

Somerset. 



Rehoboth. 

Swansey. 

Rehoboth. 

Dighton. 

Rehoboth. 

Dighton. 



Somerset. 
Dighton. 

u 

Rehoboth. 
Rochester. 
Swansey, 



Fairhaven. 
Mattapoisett, 
Fairhaven, . 



Mattapoisett. 
Rochester. . 



[for disability. 
Discharged March 2, '63. 



[1863, for disability. 
Discharged, March 29, 



[1863, for disability. 
Discharged, Slarch 2, 



Resigned Feb. 23, 1863. 

Promoted to 1st Lieut. 
April 8, 1863. 

Promoted from 1st Ser- 
geant, April 8, 1863. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Third Regiment — Continued. 



85 



NAMES. 


a 
tj) 

< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company I — Con. 








Thomas H. Bo wen, Sergeant. 


21 


Fail-haven. 


_ - 


Nelson I. Sweet, " 


28 


u 


_ _ 


Elisha Copeland, " 


26 


u 


_ _ 


Rogers, Geo. F., " 


21 


Fairhaven, . . 


Died June 2, 18G3. 


Sylvanus D. Waterman, Corporal. 


21 


Litchfield, Me. 




Horace P. Tripp, " 


24 


Fairhaven. . . 


- - 


Jesse A. Warnei-, " 


44 


41 


_ • _ 


Nathan H. Mendall, " 


30 


Marion. . . . 


_ _ 


Benjamin H. Strobridge, " 


40 


Lakeville. . . 


— _ 


James N. Cox, " 


18 


Fairhaven. . . 


- - 


Benjamin F. Robinson, " 


20 


Mattapoisett. . 


- - 


James F. Tripp, " 


28 


Fairhaven. . . 


- 


Benjamin Burt, Musician, . 


18 


a 


_ _ 


Allen, Wm. F., . 




21 


(I 


- _ 


Allen, Charles A., 






19 


Marion. . . 


- • - 


Baker, Benjamin T., . 






18 


Fairhaven. . . 


_ - 


Barrons, Alpheus, 






21 


Mattapoisett. . 


- 


Benton, Charles H., 






18 


Lakeville. . . 


— — 


Bowen, Martin, . 






18 


Fairhaven. . . 


_ _ 


Braley, Charles G., 






22 


u 


- - 


Briggs, George P., 






20 


u 


— — 


Butts, Joseph A., 






20 


Mattapoisett. . 


- - 


Benton, William H., . 






41 


Lakeville. . . 


_ — 


Braley, George B., 






2.3 


Fairhaven. , . 


_ _ 


Blankenship, James W. 


5 




19 


Marion. . . 


- _ 


Bishop, Israel S., . 






43 


Rochester. . , 


_ — 


Bourne, Sylvester, Jr., 






22 


Falmouth. . . 


_ - 


Bourne, Thomas B., 






19 


Rochester. . . 


_ _ 


Bishop, Micah S., 






27 


u 


_ _ 


Crowell, Thomas C, . 






27 


Fairhaven. . . 


_ _ 


Crowell, Henry P., 






21 


u 


_ _ 


Corson, Reuben, , 






22 


u 


_ _ 


Cole, Charles G., 






38 


Lakeville. . . 


_ _ 


Crapo, Henry E., 






23 


Rochester. . . 


— ^ 


Cole, Theodore W., 






24 


u 


_ _ 


Carver, Gilbert, . 






24 


Lakeville. . . 


_ _ 


Cole, Albert L., . 






44 


i( 


_ _ 


Cole, Nelson F., . 






43 


a 


_ _ 


Crapo, Francis N., 






21 


Rochester. . . 


_ _ 


Caswell, Wm. F., 






18 


Fairhaven. 


_ _ 


Crosby, Edward F., 






18 


Mattapoisett. . 


- - 


Dunham, George, 






18 


F'airhaven. . . 


_ - 


Damon, Edward F., 






21 


u 


_ — 


Davis, Alden, 






82 


u 


_ _ 


Dexter, Albert M., 






2.5 


Mattapoisett. . 


_ _ 


Deane, William, . 






86 


Lakeville. f. . 


_ _ 


Dexter, Elisha L., 






28 


Mattapoisett. . 


_ - 


Dexter, James W., 






44 


u 


_ - 


Dodge, Gilbert A., 






26 


Marion. . . . 


_ _ 


Dillingham, Edward H 






37 


Fairhaven. . . 


- - 



86 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company I — Con. 
Ellis, Daniel S., . 
Ellis, Wm. T., . 
Ellis, John, . 
Freeborn, John P., 
Gillett, Albert D., 
Gillett, Charles W., 
Gifford, Charles H., 
Gifford, Wm. C, . 
Hitch, Frederic H., 
Holmes, Heman G., 
Hiller, Eben R., . 
Hammond, John W., 
Hammond, Roland, 
Ingraham, Wm. H., 
Ingraham, Andrew, 
Jenkins, WiUiam, . 
Luce, Leander, 
Lobie, Franklin A., 
Marvell, Samuel M., 
Nve, John L., 
Potter, Wm. H., . 
Pierce, Lucius E., 
PauU, Roger, 
Paris, Caleb, 
Purrlngton, Wm. B., 
Purrington, John A., 
Ryder, Madison N., 
Randall, Fayette E., 
Randall, Geo. W., 
Sampson, Zabdiel S., 
Smith, Roland, 
Sears, Stephen C, 
Sullivan, Michael, 
Stoddard, Francis M. 

Tinckham, Chas. H., 
Tabor, Loring P., 
Tobey, John A., . 
Tripp, Handel J., 
Wilbur, Isaiah T., 
Westgate, Stephen, 
Wrightington, Thos. W 
Westgate, Andrew, 
Willeox, Albert M., 
Wood, Lemuel C, Jr. 
Winslow, Leander, 



Company K— E. Bridgewater. 

Samuel Bates, Captain, 
Nathan Fobes, 1st Lieutenant, 



21 
20 
42 
22 
21 
24 
23 
18 
22 
25 
31 
24 
20 
35 
20 
22 
24 
44 
18 
27 
30 
30 
23 
27 
19 
44 
18 
18 
26 
20 
24 
23 
26 
18 

20 
18 
23 
43 
27 
18 
25 
33 
30 
33 
27 



34 
21 



Mattapoisett 
Rochester. 
Acushnet. 
Fairhaven, 



Mattapoisett. 
Fairhaven. . 
Mattajjoisett. 



War eh am. . 

New Bedford. 
Falmouth. . 
New Bedford. 
Mattapoisett, 
Fairhaven. . 
Rochester. . 
Marion. . . 
Rochester. . 
Lakeville. . 

u 

Fairhaven. . 
Mattapoisett. 
Rochester. . 
Mattapoisett. 

u 

Fairhaven. . 

Rochester. . 
Lakeville, . 
Fairhaven, . 



Mattapoisett 
Fairhaven. 
Falmouth. 
Rochester. 

i( 

Fairhaven. 



Lakeville. 



E. Bridgew'r. 
Bridgewater. 



Died Janaary 19,1863. 



[1862. 
Killed in action Dec. 10, 
Died of wounds Dec. 16, 

1863. 
Died Kov. 30, 1862. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Third Regiment — Continued. 



87 



NAMES. 




Kesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company K — Con. 








Charles E. Churchill, 2d Lieut., . 


36 


W. Bridgew'r. 


— — 


George F. Winter, 1st Sergeant, . 


29 


Gloucester. 


- 


John B. Fisher, Sergeant, . 


21 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Linus E. Hayward, " 


40 


W. Bridgew'r. 


- 


Samuel E. Hawes, " 


25 


Bridgewater. . 


- 


Josephus L. Freeman, " 


35 


W. Bridgew'r. 




Nahum Washburn, Jr., Corporal, . 


21 


Bridgewater. . 


- - 


Thomas P. Ripley, " 


21 


W. Bridgew'r. 


- 


Elijah Hinkley, " 


44 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


_ 


George M. Keith, " 


31 


u 


- 


Marcellus G. Howard, " 


25 


Bridgewater. . 


- 


Seth B. Edson, • ' « 


27 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Henry Manley, " 


21 


N. Bridgew'r . 


- 


David P. Reynolds, " 


20 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


- - 


Alfred Gurney, Wagoner, . 


44 


u 


- 


Alden, Isaac R., . 


18 


Bridgewater. . 


— — 


Alden, Lucius F., ... 


18 


W. Bridgew'r. 


- - 


Alden, Caleb, .... 


42 


Bridgewater. . 


- _ 


Alden, William S., Jr., 


18 


u 


- 


Andrews, Manassah L., 


18 


11 




Ackerman, Nathaniel, . 


38 


Boston, . . . 


Discharged Mar. 2, 1863 


Bartlett, Ezekiel R., . . . 


22 


W. Bridgew'r. 


- 


Beals, Charles T., ... 


18 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Beaton, James W., 


22 


11 


- 


Bird, Henry W., .... 


19 


n 


- 


Barney, Hial, 


26 


Bridgewater. . 


- 


Brainard, John M., 


39 


W. Bridgew'r. 


- - 


Briggs, George D., 


19 


Bridgewater. . 


- - 


Briggs, Walter C, . . . 


18 


W. Bridgew'r. 


- 


Blackman, Andrews G., 


29 


E. Bridge'wr. . 


- - 


Caldwell, Melvin, 


18 


W. Bridgew'r. 


- 


Caldwell, Charles H., . 


21 


li 


- 


Copeland, Ezra S., 


27 


u 


- 


Copeland, John, .... 


43 


" 


- - 


Conant, Seth W., .... 


40 


Bridgewater. . 


- 


Coughlin, Bartholomew, 


29 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


_ 


Coughlin Timothy, 


18 


(1 


- 


Crafts, Francis T., 


21 


Bridgewater. . 


- - 


Cushman, Newell F., . 


38 


u 


- 


Caldwell, George, 


43 


W. Bridgew'r, 


Died June 7, 1863. 


Davenport, Nathaniel M., . 


26 


N. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Davenport, 'Augustus H., 


24 


u 


- 


Delano, Henry H., 


22 


Easton. . . . 


- 


Dyson, William A., . 


28 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Ellis, Waterman J., . 


36 


u 


- 


French, Albert W., 


40 


W. Bridgew'r. . 


- - 


French, George H., 


18 


" 


- - 


Fryes, James, .... 


42 


u 


- 


Hancock, Elijah, .... 


42 


1,1, 


- - 


Harden, Luther, .... 


37 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


— ~ 



88 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Third Regiment — Concluded. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


to 

< 


Besidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company K — Con. 








Hayward, Beza, . . ' . 


44 


Bridgewater. . 


- - 


Hay\v.ard, Edwin, 






22 


u 


- - 


Holmes, John, 






38 


(( 


- - 


Howard, Cyrus S., 






27 


Easton. . . . 


- 


Hinsman, Wm. V., 






43 


Bridgewater. . 


- 


Jones, Samuel, 






38 


Middleboro', . 


Died May 26, 1863. 


Kane, John, 






21 


W. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Keith, Edgar D., . 






36 


Bridgewater. . 


- 


Keith, George T., 






19 


11 


- 


King, Francis D., . 






39 


(( 


- 


Kingman, Hosea, . 






19 


(( 


- - 


Lackey, George A., 






23 


Easton. . . ". 


_ 


Lincoln, Isaac H., 






21 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


- - 


Marshall, Albert L., 






19 


N. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Mitchell, Henry M., 






27 


W. Bridegw'r. . 


- 


Morse, Luther M., 






26 


N. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Murphy, William T., 






19 


Bridgewater. . 


- 


Norton, Joseph C, 






43 


(( 


- 


O'Neill, John, . 






27 


W. Bridgew'r. . 


- - 


Osborn, Isaac P., 






37 


N. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Packard, Bradford, 






44 


W. Bridgew'r. . 


- - 


Packard, Nathan F., 






24 


N. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Perkins, Alfred H., 






38 


Bridgewater. . 


- - 


Phelan, George, 






30 


N. Bridgew'r. . 


* ~ ~ 


Packard, James H., 






27 


u 


Disc'd Mar. 12, '63. 


Quigley, Patrick, 






36 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Reynolds, Josiah E., 






19 


u 


- 


Reed, John N., . 






20 


(i 


- 


Ripley, Edward H., 






23 


Bridgewater. . 


- 


Reynolds, Elisha, 






44 


N. Bridgew'r, . 


Disc'd Mar. 27, '63. 


Shaw, George T., 






26 


W. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Shaw, Asa F., 






.29 


u 


- 


Sharpe, Edward, 






34 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


_ 


Shipman, John, . 






34 


W. Bridgew'r. . 


- 


Sturtevant, Dexter M., 




39 


Bridgewater. . 


_ 


Sturtevant, Zenas W., 




37 


E. Bridgew'r. . 


_ 


Snell, Issacher K., 




22 


Easton, . . . 


Disc'd Mar. 12, '63. 


Sampson, Ezra F., 




34 


E. Bridgew'r, . 


Disc'd May 9, '63. 


Townsend, John P., 




26 


Bridgewater. . 


_ — 


Washburn, John M., . 




19 


u 


_ _ 


Washburn, Nathan H., 




26 


" 


_ _ 


Washburn, Selden M., 




26 


W. Bridgew'r. . 


_^ ^ 


Winslow, John A., 




27 


Bridgewater. . 


_ . _ 


Wentworth, Horace, 




4.5 


u 


_ - 


Wentworth, Horace E., 




19 


(i 


_ _ 


Wentworth, Lucian F., 




18 


{.(. 


_ _ 


Wilbur, Shepard B., . 




22 


W. Bridgew'r. . 


- - 


Whitman, Joseph M., . 




22 


(1 


— — 



[Here follows a continuation of the narrative, from page 67.] 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 89 

October 29th. — Arms and equipments were issued. Much 
dissatisfaction was felt in regard to the arms, they being 
" Austrian Rifle Muskets " of very poor quality. The regi- 
ment was immediately put to drilling eight hours a day, and 
no pains was spared by its commander to make it as efficient as 
possible. One company sent to build a bridge over Bachelder's 
Creek ; absent two days. 

30^//. — Two companies detached for picket duty at " Newport 
Barracks," remaining there more than a month ; during which 
time they made an expedition to •' Peltier's Mills," and also 
came to Newbern as reinforcements on the night of the 11th of 
November. » 

November 5th. — Thirty men sent to do picket duty at 
" Creek No. 1." That station was picketed by men from the 
Third Regiment for more than three months. 

11th. — Pickets attacked at Deep Gully, and regiment under 
arms all night. 

13//f. — Regiment attached to Colonel H. C. Lee's brigade. 

Wth. — Company "I" detached for garrison duty at Plym- 
outh, North Carolina. Tliis company remained detached 
•nearly five months, during which time they garrisoned the 
town of Plymouth, and Elizabeth City, North Carolina. They 
had a fight with the rebels at the former place, losing two men 
killed, several wounded, and fourteen taken prisoners. 

December llth. — Regiment started with the " Expedition to 
Goldsboro'." This expedition occupied eleven days, and the 
troops marched more than one hundred and fifty miles. Regi- 
ment participated in the battles of Kingston, Whitehall and 
Goldsboro', and by order of General Foster, had those names, 
with the dates of the battles, inscribed upon its banner. The 
regiment was complimented at the last-named battle by its 
brigade commander, for its bravery in tearing up the railroad 
track while under fire, and its steadiness in supporting Belger's 
and Morrison's batteries while repelling the brilliant charge of 
the rebels under General Pettigrew ; and also for its coolness 
while recrossing the creek, which had been flooded by the 
rebels. Although the regiment was under fire several hours 
during the day, yet it was miraculously fortunate, its only loss 
being six men wounded. 

J2 



90 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

22c/. — Three companies sent to Bachelder's Creek to do 
picket duty, remaining eight days. 

SOth. — Regiment attached to General Heckman's brigade. 

Sl.s"^ — Regiment inspected by Captain Abel, of General 
Heckman's staff, and arms condemned. 

January 12th, 1863. — Following communication received 
from General Heckman : — 

To Colonel S. P. Richmond, commanding Third Regiment, M. V. M. 
Head-quarters First Brigade, Naglee's Division, ) 
Neavbern, North Carolina, January 12, 1863. > 
Colonel,*— In the report of my Assistant-Adjutant- General, who 
inspected your regiment last muster, the arms you now have were con- 
demned. I have made every effort since to have the arms changed, to 
retain you in my brigade, but time would not permit ; another regiment 
has been assigned. Accept my regrets that your regiment was not in 
condition to remain (as regards equipments.) 

The soldierly appearance and conduct of your officers and men have 
made a favorable impression, and I part with you with regret. 
Very respectfully yours, 

C. A. Heckman, Brigadier-General, 
Commanding 1st Brigade, Naglee's Division, 18th Army Corps. 

14th. — Regiment attached to Colonel J. Jourdan's brigade, 
with which it remained during the remainder of its term of 
service. It had now- gained an excellent reputation for drill 
and discipline. The brigade commander frequently compli- 
mented it for its efficiency, and it also received the compliments 
of its division and corps commanders. General Foster says, 
" The Third Massachusetts Regiment always obeys orders, and 
performs all its duties promptly and without grumbling." 
General Prince says, " The Third Massachusetts Regiment and 
its commander can be entrusted with important duties, with a 
certainty of their being performed promptly and well." 
Colonel Jourdan says, " The Third Massachusetts Regiment is 
always ready for duty." 

26th. — Regiment moved to Camp " Jourdan," near Fort 
Totten. This was a bad location for a camp, and the ground 
in terrible condition. But it was one of the most important 
points in the defences of Newbern. The regiment removed 
from this ground more than five hundred cords of the refuse 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 91 

of stables, and did a large amount of ditching and grading, 
until the Medical Director pronounced it to be " one of the 
cleanest, prettiest and most healthy camps near Newbern, 
although formerly considered a very unhealthy locality." And 
he also made a report to that effect, complimenting the regi- 
mental commander and medical staff highly. 

March 6ih. — Regiment went with General Prince's division 
on an expedition into Jones and Onslow Counties. This 
expedition occupied five days, and during the time the Third 
Regiment, with other troops under command of Colonel Rich- 
mond, was twice detailed for important detached service, and 
received the thanks of General Prince for the able manner in 
which the duty was performed. 

14th. — The rebels made an attack at Deep Gully, and also 
on Fort Anderson, on the opposite side of the Neuse. Regi- 
ment marched out four miles towards Deep Gully, was then 
ordered back to camp, and remained there under arms until 
the next day at one P. M. ; then joined a column, consisting 
of Prince's division, and went on a reconnoisance to Pollocks- 
ville. Returned to camp on the evening of the 16th. 

11th. — Four companies sent to Deep Gully on picket duty, 
remaining eight days. 

Api'il 2t/.— Commenced to furnish a detail of one hundred 
and fifty men to work in the intrenchments, and this detail 
was continued, except when on expeditions, until the day the 
regiment left the department. 

5th. — At 2-| P. M. received orders to be on Foster's Wharf 
at 5 P. M., with three days' rations, ready to embark for 
Washington, North Carolina. The regiment was there on 
time, but at 6 P. M. dispatches were received from General 
Foster, and the regiment was ordered back to camp. 

1th. — At 6^ P. M., ordered to march immediately, with three 
days' rations. Proceeded to Foster's Wharf, were transported 
across the Neuse River, and bivouacked for the night. 

Stk. — Joined a column under General Spinola, made a 
forced march to Blount's Creek, had a slight engagement with 
the enemy, and then returned, arriving at Newbern on the 
evening of the 10th instant. During this expedition, the 
troops marched thirty miles, and had a skirmish with the 



92 ADJUTANT-GENERIL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

rebels, in one day. The regiment was more thoroughly tired 
out, on their return this time, than on any previous occasion. 

13^/i. — One company sent forty miles, per steamer, on recon- 
noissance down Neuse River. Explored the opposite shore. 
Returned late next night. 

XQth. — Joined a column under General Prince, and marched 
to Coir Creek, and remained in that vicinity six days, during 
which time several slight skirmishes with the enemy took place ; 
and it was this movement, combined with the operations of 
another column on the opposite side of the Neuse, which 
caused the rebels to evacuate their position in front of Wash- 
ington, North Carolina, thereby releasing the Forty-Fourth 
Massachusetts from their uncomfortable position. 

ItlJi. — Sent four companies to Deep Gully on picket duty ; 
they remaining ten days. 

Ma?/ 2od. — 8 P. M. Received orders to march immediately. 
Did so, having instructions to proceed to a certain point near 
Bachelder's Creek, and await orders; arrived at the point 
indicated, and rested on arms. This movement was made in 
consequence of Colonel Jones's command (Eighty-Fifth Penn- 
sylvania) being driven in, and the colonel killed during the 
engagement. 

24:th. — 9 A. M. The enemy having retired during the night, 
received orders to return to Newbern. Difficult marching. 
Thermometer 107 degrees in the shade, and dust from four 
to six inches in depth. 

Mst. — Sent four companies to Deep Gully on picket duty, 
but they returned the same evening, being relieved by Lee's 
brigade. 

June 6///.— Escorted the Forty-Fourth Massachusetts Regi- 
ment to the depot, they being about to depart for home. 

Ilt/i. — Being ordered to Boston, Massachusetts, the regiment 
left Newbern. Three companies, with the sick, embarked on 
the "" Tillie," at Newbern, and seven companies went by rail- 
road to Morehead, and embarked on the " Spaulding." The 
regiment was escorted to the depot by the One Hundred and 
Fifty-Eighth New York Volunteers, preceded by the band of 
the Forty-Sixth Massachusetts. General Foster and Colonel 
Jourdan honored the column by a standing review. The 
Forty-Fifth and Fifty-First Massachusetts Regiments were in 



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HOUSE— No. 100. 



93 



line on the south side of the Trent River, and cheered us with 
music and voice on our homeward journey. 

16th. — Landed in Boston, having had rather a rough passage, 
but the transports were very comfortable. We met with an 
enthusiastic reception in Boston. Were escorted to the Com- 
mon by the Forty-Fourth Massachusetts and the Massachusetts 
Rifle Club. The governor being absent, Adjutant-General 
Schouler reviewed the column from the State House steps. 
Marched to Beach Street, and partook of a collation. At 
1 P. M., regiment took the cars for Camp " Joe Hooker," but 
were furloughed on the cars, being ordered to report in camp 
on the 22d. 

22d. — Regiment reported in camp, where it remained until 
the 26th, when it was mustered out of the service by Captain 
J. K. Lawrence, United States Army, and was dismissed by a 
complimentary and affecting order from the colonel. The men 
dispersed quietly, maintaining their excellent character for 
discipline to the last. 

During the campaign, the regiment was transported by 
steamers and railroad more than two thousand miles, and 
marched more than four hundred miles over the swampy roads 
of North Carolina, most of it being done during the most 
inclement season. It bivouacked upon the ground, without 
shelter, when the water froze in canteens, and also marched 
when the thermometer ranged at one hundred and seven 
degrees in the shade. During a portion of the time, more 
than two hundred men were furnished for extra duty as 
mechanics, and quite a large number were detailed as over- 
seers of " contrabands," and others. 



RECAPITULATION. 



Died, . 
Killed, 
Wounded, . 
Taken prisoners, 
Discharged, 
Deserted, 



13 
2 
15 
14 
45 
3 



94 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



FOURTH B^EGIMSTTT. 

The Fourth Regiment was also one which responded with 
alacrity in April, 1861, and under command of Colonel Paclc- 
ard, served three months at Fortress Monroe. When tlie call 
was made in 1862, "for nine months' regiments, the Fourth 
again volunteered, and was sent to Camp Joe Hooker, where it 
recruited to the maximum, and on thelTth of December, 1862, 
was ordered to join, under command of Colonel Henry Walker, 
the forces of Major-General Banks, in the Department of the 
Gulf. It left camp December 27th, having been ordered to 
New York, to take transports for New Orleans. It arrived at 
New York on the morning of the 28th. [Seepage 115.] 



NAMES. 


to 


Eesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Heary Walker, Colonel, 


30 


Quincy, . . . 


At New Orleans .attend- 
ing Court of Inquiry, 
by order Gen. Banks. 


Eben T. Colby, Lt. Colonel, . 


29 


Lawrence. . . 


- - 


Charles F. Howard, Major, . 


39 


Foxboro'. . . 


- 


Augustus Crocker, Adjutant, 


22 


Taunton. . . 


- 


Thomas J. Lathrop, Quarterm'r, . 


29 


11 


[1863, 


James Waldock, Surgeon, . 


39 


EiOxbury, . . 


Taken prisoner June 23. 


Edward W. Norton, Asst.-Surgeon, 


32 


Blandford. . . 


— - 


Joseph F. Gould, 


33 


South Boston. . 


[Gen. Banks. 


Samuel E. Pierce, Chaplain, 


35 


Gloucester, 


In New Orleans by order 


Franklin Jacobs, Sergeant Major. 


27 


Canton. . . . 


- 


Edwin Barrows, Quartm'r Serg't. 


29 


Norton. . . . 


- 


Lebaron Good win, Commis'y Serg't 


26 


Duxbury, . . 


- 


Joseph Mulhare, Drum Major, 


26 


Lawrence. . . 


- 


kelson Mann, Principal Musician, 


29 


Randolph. . . 


- 


Chas. W. Howland,Hosp. Steward, 


24 


Abington. . . 


- 


Company A— Canton. 








John Hall, Captain, 


44 


Canton, . . . 


Wounded June 14, 1863. 


Ira Drake, 1st Lieutenant, . 


28 


Stougbton, . . 


Abs't under arrest since 
June 30, 1863. 


Henry W. Morse, 2d Lieutenant, . 


30 


Canton, . . . 


Taken prisoner June 2S, 


Jedediah M. Bird, 1st Sergeant, . 


21 


Stougbton. . . 


1863. 


David T. Ward, Sergeant, . 


3.5 


" . . 


- 


Henry Taylor, " 


23 


u 


- 


Charles Taylor, " 


25 


11 


[Dec. 6, 1862. 


Franklin Jacobs, " 


- 


Canton, . . . 


Promoted Serg't M.ijor 


John W. Ayer, " 


26 


11 


Died June 5, 1863 [1863. 


Chas. E. Bootman, " 


24 


11 


Killed in action Juno 14, 


Henry A. Freeman, Corporal, 


24 


" 


~ ~ 



1864.] 






95 



NAMES. 


! 


Residence. 


Eemarks. 


Company A — Con. 








Elijah A. Morse, Corporal, . 


21 


Sharon. . . . 


- 


George AV. Allen, 




26 


Stoughton. . 




- 


JohnF. Farnham, " 




26 


Canton. . . 




- 


Charles C. Nichols, " 




28 


Stoughton. • 




- 


Jerome B. Snow, " 




44 


Canton, . . 




Died July 10, 1863. 


Warren S. Skinner, Musician, 


16 


Sharon. . . 




- 


Charles 0. Fuller, Wagoner, 


28 


Canton, . . 




Died Jan. 28, 1863. 


William Ford, " 


28 


a 




- 


Byrne, James S., . 


28 


a 




- 


Bell, Gilbert, 






39 


Stoughton. 




- 


Briggs, Edwin A., 






18 


Canton. . . 




- 


Briggs, Hiram J., . 






22 


a 




. _ 


Berry, James, 






23 


u 




-■ - 


Broadbent, Thomas S., 






43 


u 




. _ _ 


Brewster, William E., . 






19 


a 




Died June 23,1863. 


Bright, Daniel W., 






23 


Sharon, . 




Died May 11, 1863, 


Grossman, Albert, 






26 


Stoughton. . 




- 


Crowley, Jeremiah, 






30 


Canton. . 




- 


Crowther, Long B., 






24 


11 




- 


Carroll, David W., 






28 


u 




- — 


Capen, John D., . 






20 


a 




- 


Champney, Edward S., 






23 


Mansfield. 




- 


Coats, John, 






38 


Stoughton. 




- 


Clark, Alonzo H., 






20 


Sharon, . 




Died June 15, 1863. 


Dunakin, Stillman, 






30 


a 




- 


Daniels, Rufus, 






34 


Canton. . 




[1863. 


Duffy, John, 






25 


Easton, . 




Killed in action June 14, 


Eaton, Charles H., 






18 


Stoughton. 




- - 


Flaherty, Timothy 0., 






24 


Canton. . 




- 


Flood, Owen, 






20 


u 




- — 


Foster, William, . 






19 


u 




Died Apr. 21, 1863. 


Glynn, Barney, . 






22 


a 




- 


Gay, Hiram E,, . 






18 


Stoughton. 




- — 


Geddis, John, 






26 


CantoD, . 




Died Apr. 2, 1863. 


Howard, Frederick B., 






23 


u 




- 


Hersom, Charles H., 






31 


il. 




' - 


Heam, Thomas, . 






35 


(1 




# 


Hurd, Alfred, 






22 


(( 




-. 


Holliday, James, . 






43 


(1 




- 


Hewings, Alfred, . 






22 


Sharon, . 




Disoli'd,time not known 


Johnson, Ira, 






28 


u 




— - 


Johnson, George H., 






30 


Stoughton. 




- 


Jenkins, Joseph, . 






23 


Canton. . 




- 


Keefe, Daniel, 






25 


(.(. 




— — 


Kane, John W., . 






21 


Sharon. . 




- 


Knaggs, Charles C, 






17 


Canton. . 




- 


Littlefield, Frank, 






24 


Boston. . 




- 


Lincoln, Nebediah, 






31 


Canton. . 




- 


Lames, Revili R., 






21 


(1 




- 


Lane, Frederick E., 






33 


Stoughton. 




— — 



96 



:AD;rCr't A^t^-(lEJ!^B]^M.^g^ ^EPORT. 



[Jan. 



tb^^rttt\ Tiei^ihieni-'-QQVxmyxf-C. 



NAMES. '' ' i' 


• > ,' fiesidence. 


Kemavks. 


Company A — Con. 
Lane, John VV., .... 


21 


Stoughton, . . 




McGinley, John, . 








18 


Canton. . 




- _ 


Murphy, Patrick, . 








21 


u 




"_ _ 


Mills, John, . 








27 


Stoughton. 




_ _ 


Marsh, Caleb B., . 








30 


" 




_ _ 


Morris, William H., 








28 


Canton. 




_ _ 


Meserve, Samuel W., 








34 


Ik 




_ _ 


Morse, Stillman H., 








30 


Sharon. 




_ _ 


McDonough, Martin, 








23 


Stoughton. 




_ _ 


McLanuhlin, Thomas, 
McGinty, Anthony, 
"Newman, Jo';n, . 








29 
19 
19 


Canton, 
Sharon. 




[July 23, 1863. 
Discharged to re-enlist, 


O'Bryan, John, . 








44 


Canton. 




_ _ 


Presbrey, Henry A., 








20 


u 




_ - 


Perkins, Orman J., 








36 


Stoughton. 




- -. 


Partinn;ton, James, 








30 


Canton. 




_ 


PofF, Abram, 








38 


Sharon. 




_ _ 


Phillips, Benjamin F., t 


Fr., 






24 


Stoughton. 




_ _ 


Pye, John F., 








21 


" 




_ _ 


Richards, Chas F., 








23 


Sharon. 




_ _ - 


Rideout, Benjamin, 








44 


Stoughton, 




Died Aug. 2, 1863. 


Roach, Michael E., 








19 


Easton, . 




Died July 5, 1863. 


Smith, Georjre VV., 








28 


Canton. 




_ _ 


Sullivan, John D., 








20 


" 




_ _ 


Shonse.y, Owen, . 








23 


u 




Died June 6, 1863. 


Smith, Stephen H., 








19 


u 




Killed in action, June 


Sherman, David F., 








29 


u 




14, 1863. 


Thayer, Silas L., . 








35 


Stoughton. 




_ — 


Tohnan, Otis S., . 








25 


Sharon. 




_ _ 


Taylor, Samuel J. B., 








20 


Stoughton. 




■_ _ 


Talbot, Jabez E., . 








18 


'' 




_ _ 


White, Asahel, 








45 


Canton. 




_ _ 


White, Thomas G., 








19 


u 




_ _ 


Williamson, Lewis M., 








32 


i( 




_ ' ■ _ 


Wen^worih, Larra PI, 








18 


i( 




_ _ 


Wentworth, Herbert 


) 






20 


Stoughton. 




_ _ 


Wentworth, Ellis, Jr., 








30 


i' 




_ _ 


Ware, Edward B., 








19 


Canton. 




- - 


White, Hiram H., 








20 


Stoughton, 




Died June 30, '63. 


Warr, George, 








- 


Canton. 




- 


Company B— Lawrence. 






[Deo. 6, 1862. 


Ebenezer P. Colby, Captain, 
George S. Merrill, " 


29 
26 


Lawrence, . . 

u 


rromotcd Lieut.-Cornl, 
Promoted from 1st Lt, 


John K. Tarfcox, 1st Lieut., 


24 


(( 


Dec. 8, 1862. 
Promoted from 2d Lt., 


Albert F. Dow, 2d " 


19 


<( 


Dec. 8, 1862. 
Prom'd from 1st Serg't, 
Dec. 8, 1862. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



97 



Company B — Con. 
Perry M. Rice, 1st Sergeant, 
Aaron A. Currier, Sergeant, 
Joseph H. Morgan, " 
Hiram F. Lord, " 

Gardner E. Wadlin, " 
RoUin E. Harmon, Corporal 
William S. Greenough, " 
John H. Gilman, " 

Daniel F. Riley, " 

Philemon C. Parsons, " 

Thomas P. Wills, " 

Richard Craushan, " 

Daniel G. Thyng, " 

Clarence E. Drew, Musician, 
John F. Hayes, " 

Edgar H. Drew, " 

Anderson, Currie, 
Aldred, James, 
Adams, James, 
Buckley, James, 
Boyle, John, 
Boardman, James,- 
Brannan, John, . 
Bradshaw, Enoch, 
Baxter, John, 
Barnes, William, . 
Bulter, Thomas M., 
Butler, Henry, 
Casey, John, 
Coleman, Thomas, 
Carr, Daniel, Jr., . 
Cleary, Timothy, . 
Cumnock, John, . 
Crosdale, Patrick, 
Dolloff, David C, 
Duncan, William, 
Dennis, John, 
Dyor, Joseph, 
Dufresne, Edward, 
Eaton, J. Frank, 
Ellis, James, 
Edmondson, James, 
Froom, Mark, 
Fish, Charles 
French, T. Allen, 
Farquhar, James, 
Gearin, William, . 
Grimshaw, John, . 
Heap, William, . 
Hor rocks, Thomas, 



30 
25 
23 
24 
30 
18 
19 
18 
18 
32 
19 
21 
22 
16 
18 
16 
23 
27 
20 
40 
22 
42 
30 
32 
34 
32 
22 
20 
18 
25 
38 
18 
26 

36 
29 
32 
34 
26 
20 
18 
29 
24 
31 
23 
34 
20 
36 
28 
34 



Lawrence. 



Springvale, 
Lawrence, 



Me 



Lawrence. 



Lawrence. 



[14, 1863. 
Killed in action June 

Died Aug. 19, '63. 

(tent. 
Rejected as incompe- 



Died April 4, 1863. 



Deserted Oct. 20, 1862. 



Died Aug. 18, '63. 



13 



98 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company B-^Con. 
Hill, Nelson, 
Harper, James, . 
Ham, Federal B., 
Homans, Arthur L., 
Haskell, John G., 
Horton, George, . 
Jackson, Joseph, . 
Jackson, Samuel, 
Johnson, Samuel, 
Kimball, Stephen P., 
Lawler, Jos., 
Lakey, Benj., 
Lyons, Charles A., 
Marquardt, Frederick, 
Miller, Conrad, . 
Morgan, Henry, . 
McGuire, Edward, 
Maragan, Michael, 
McCulloch, Michael, 
Mills, Jas. H., 
Morgan, Wm., 
Morse, Geo. W., . 

Oliver, John, 
Place, J. Frank, . 
Pickles, Robert, . 
Pratt, Edgar G., . 
Parsons, Thomas A. 
Perkins, A. Franklin, 
Parkman, Noah, . 
Rowe, John, 
Russ, W. Frank. . 

Riddell, Walter S., 

Rawson, Orlando, 
Ryan, Philip, 

Stearns, Hiram A., 

Stephens, Isaac, Jr., 

Sullivan, Michael, 

Shaw, John, 

Simmons, Stephen A., 

Sargent, Warren, 

Shaw, Charles, 

Sheppard, Augustus, 

Terreau, Edward, 

Varnum, Ralph, . 

Varnum, Isaac S., 

Webster, Charles O., 

Whitmore, Wm., . 

Winning, James, . 

Whatmore, Robert, 

Walsh, Jos., 



18 
24 
34 
21 
31 
34 
34 
29 
25 
31 
18 
23 
37 
29 
23 
20 
37 
19 
20 
27 
22 
21 
34 
25 
36 
19 
39 
29 
29 
30 
23 
39 
32 

28 
19 
21 
37 
24 
27 
18 
20 
28 
25 
44 
19 
28 
32 
38 
23 



Lawrence. 



Plym'th, N 
Lawrence. 



Lawrence. 



H 



Bridgewater 
Lawrence. 



Lawrence. 



Quebec, L, 
Lawrence. 



Died May 9, 1863. 



Died June 16, '63. 
Died Aug. 24, '63. 

Transfer'd to 48th Kegi-- 
[ment, Dec. 11, 1862. 



[ity, Sept. 24, 1862. 
Discharged for dlsabil- 

Drowned Dee. 22, 1862. 

Died Aug. 16, '63. 

Deserted Oct. 30, 1862. 



Died Aug. 3, 1863. 
Died March 5, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



99 



NAMES. 




Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company 0— Middleboro'. 








Seneca R. Thomas, Captain, 


40 


Middleboro 




- 


Daniel F. Wood, First Lieut., 


35 


u 




- 


Jas. M. Sampson, Second Lieut., . 


28 


Lakeville. 




- 


Sargent S. Swett, First Sergeant, 


40 


Middleboro 




- 


Frederic E. Wood, Sergeant, 


29 


ii 




- 


Orlando H. Shaw, *"" 


35 


u 




- 


J. Horace Soule, " 


24 


(( 




- 


Dura T. Weston, 


22 


u 




_ ■ 


Edward W. Hackett, Corporal, . 


28 


Lakeville. 




- 


Erastus E. Gay, " 


34 


Middleboro 




- 


Sylvanus Mendall, " 


31 


u 




- 


Dennis Shaw, " 


51 


(( 




- 


Isaac E. Macomber, " 


35 


u 




- 


David A. Tucker, " 


25 


Middleboro'. . 


_ 


George W. Barrows, " 


'27 


u 


- 


Sylvester R. Swett, " 


32 


Plymouth. . . 


. _ 


Francis S. Thomas, " 


23 


Middleboro', . 


Died Mar. 28, '63. 


William W. Atwood, Musician, . 


18 


(( 


- 


Joshua M. Jenny, " . 


18 


(( 


- 


Alden, Andrew, .... 


24 


u 


- - 


Adams, Asa R., . 




28 


(( 


- 


Ashley, John C, . 




25 


Lakeville. . . 


- 


Ashley, William C , . 




34 


Easton. . . . 


- 


Alger, Isaac, 




43 


Middleboro'. . 


- 


Alger, Myron E., . 




19 


u 


Died July 10, 1863. 


Burgess, David H., 




18 


u 


- 


Burt, William B., 




29 


(( 


- 


Benson, Elijah, . 




44 


{.i. 


- 


Bisbee, Sylvanus,. 




30 


a 


- - 


Buchel, Augustus N. J. 




28 


u 


- - 


Barney, William, . 




22 


Lakeville. . . 


- 


Bennett, Earl, 




19 


Middleboro'. . 


- 


Bennett, Grover,. 




29 


(( 


- 


Brand, Alexander, 




20 


Dartmouth, 


Deserted Dec, '62. 


Cox, Richard, 




29 


Middleboro'. . 


- 


Cole, Edwin M., . 




32 


(1 


- 


Cole, William H., 




34 


Lakeville. . . 


- - 


Coombs, William A., 




26 


Middleboro'. . 


- 


Doyle, John, 




_ 


_ - 


Deserted Dec, '62. 


Emery, John D. P., 




34 


Lakeville. . . 


- 


Eaton, William, Jr., 




28 


Middleboro', . 


Died June 21, '63. 


Franklin, Asa M., 




23 


(( 


- 


Finney, Thomas W., 




24 


1.1. 


- 


Farrell, Michael, . 




- 


- 


Deserted Dec, '62. 


Grant, Joseph 




- 


- 


Deserted Dec, '62. 


Handy, Daniel, . 




43 


Middleboro'. - 


- 


Holmes, Charles H., 




24 


(( 


- 


Hall, Jonathan L., 




22 


u 


- - 


Haskins, Thompson R., 


46 


Lakeville. . . 


- 


Harlow, Reuben, .... 

« ■ 


44 


Middleboro'. . 


— ■" 



, 100 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company C— Con. 








Harlow, Reuben A. . . . 


18 


MIddleboro'. . 


- - 


Herman, George H., . 






26 


i( 


- 


Herman, Conrad J., 






18 


u 


- 


Holloway, Benjamin F., 






42 


Lakeville, . . 


Died June 15, '63. 


Hathaway, Levi, . 






37 


Middleboro', . 


Died June 27, '63. 


Keith, N. Williams, 






27 


u 


- - 


Mitchell, William, 






29 


It 


_ _ 


Mitchell, Lysander W. 






18 


Bridge water, . 


Died July 31, '63. 


Morrison, Michael, 






- 


- - 


Deserted Dec, '62. 


Osborne, Andrew, 






18 


Lakeville.' . . 


- 


Pratt, Harvey C, . 






32 


Middleboro'. . 


- 


Pierce, Charles T., 






44 


Lakeville. . . 


- - 


Pierce, Charles E., 






18 


u 


- _ 


Plummer, Charles T., 






23 


Boston, . . . 


Deserted Dec, '62. 


Redding, Cornelius, 






31 


Reading. . . 


- _ 


Robbins, Morton, . 






37 


It 


— _ 


Rogers, William H., 






28 


Middleboro'. . 


_ _ 


Rogers, Andrew P., 






22 


u 


- - 


Shaw, Jos. B., 






32 


t( 


_ _ 


Shaw, Henry L., . 






31 


l« 


- - 


Shaw, E. Howard, 






31 


(( 


_ _ 


Sampson, Horatio N., 






24 


Lakeville. . . 


- - 


Southworth, Rodney E. 






22 


Middleboro'. . 


_ _ 


Standish, Alfred 0., 






37 


u 


_ _ 


Sullivan, John, 






22 


if 


_ _ 


Swift, Henry A., . 






44 


It 


- 


Sherman, Winslow B., 






42 


Plymouth. . . 


[February 26, 1863. 


Smith, Stillman H., 






20 


Midddleboro', . 


Discliars'd for'disability, 


Simmons, Ephraim, 






40 


" ' 


Died May 25, '63. 


Sullivan, John, 2d, 






22 


tt 


Deserted Dec, '62. 


Sheridan, John, . 






- 


- 


Deserted Dec, '62. 


Thomas, Winslow, 






45 


Middleboro'. . 


— _ 


Thomas, Stephen F., 






19 


tt 


Died May 1, '63. 


Thomas, Andrew E., 






22 


tt 


Died June 27, '63. 


Thomas, Joseph, . 






19 


tt 


Died Aug. 1, '63. 


Tinkham, Alva C., 






18 


tt 


Died Jul> 15, "63. 


Waterman, James H., 






38 


tt 


_ _ 


Wood, Edward W., 






22 


tt 


_ _ 


Wood, Jacob, 






40 


ft 


_ _ 


Weston, Dura, Jr., 






45 


ft 


_ _ 


Wilbour, Charles M., 






31 


tt 


_ _ 


Williams, Samuel, 






23 


Lakeville. . . 


_ _ 


Waterman, Thomas E. 






33 


Middleboro'. . 


_ _ 


Williams, Narcissus, 






28 


Lakeville. . . 


_ _ 


Young, Joseph, . 






43 


Stoughton. . . 


- 


Company D— Kandolph. 








Hiram C. Alden, Captain, . 


36 


Randolph. . . 


- - 


Myron W. Hollis, 1st Lieutenant, . 


25 


tt 


- _ 


Edmund Cottle, 2d " 


24 


ft 


~ ~ 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



101 



Company D — Con. 
George E. Knight, 1st Sergeant, 
William H. Alden, Sergeant, 
Clark Wentworth, 
Charles W; Tower, 
Joseph W. Thayer, 
Leonard Pierce, 
Matthew Clark, Jr., 
William F. Gill, 
John Palmer, Corporal, 
Jas. F. Durgan, " 
Lyman Upham, " 
Richmond T. Pratt, " 
C. H. Belcher, " 

O. A. Reynolds, " 
George C. Spear, " 
A. A. Burbank, " 
Wm. H. Shed, 
George Smith, " 

Ezra R. Payne, Wagoner, 
Charles H. Thayer, Musician, 
Alden, Lncas W., 
Arnold, Horatio B., 
Barry, James, 
Belcher, Francis A., 
Blencowe, Wm. W., 
Brosnihan, Daniel, 
Bryant, Joseph W., 
Blencowe, Richmond, 
Bean, Seth C, 
Chandler, Frederick, 
Clark, Isaac, 
Crane, Orlando T., 
Croak, George H., 
Deuch, George B., 
Dennehy, Daniel D., 
Driscoll, James C, 
Early, James, 
Eddy, George, 
Foley, John, 
Fox, James D., . 
Green, Patrick, . 
Hand, Peter B., . 
Harris, James F., 
Harris, John, 
Hodge, Samuel R., 
Holbrook, Hiram, 
Holbrook, Seth, . 
Howard, Edgar, . 
Howard, Henry B., 
Howard, Henry M., 



24 
23 
28 
20 
28 
33 
21 
23 
25 
19 
22 
27 
21 
34 
20 
20 
22 
45 
36 
18 
26 
19 
22 
20 
23 
25 
22 
20 
36 
23 
43 
31 
19 
29 
21 
19 
28 
33 
26 
19 
18 
19 
28 
22 
26 
19 
24 
18 
25 
31 



Randolph, 

Stoughton. 
Randolph. 



Stoughton. 
Randolph. 



Stoughton. 
Randolph, 



Randolph. 
Stoughton. 
Randolph, 



Disch'dMar. 3, '63. 
Died Apr. 17, 1863. 
Died July 19, 1863. 



Died Mar. 30, '63. 
Died June 17, '63. 



Died June 25, '63. 
Died Aug. 23, '63. 



Died June 1, 1863. 



102 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S KEPORT. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. » 

<1 


Kesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company Z)^— Con. 








Howard, Simeon, 


41 


Randolph, . . 


- 


Healey, Jeremiah, 




30 


a 




Desrt'd Oct. 4, '62. 


Jordan, James, 




28 


a 




_ _ 


Kelliher, Jolin, 




23 


u 




_ ■ _ 


Kieman, Edward, 




24 


u 




Desrt'd Nov. 1, '62. 


Linfield, Moses D., 




22 


Stoughton. 




— _ 


Littlefield, Charles C, 




31 


(( 




- _ 


Littlefield, George F., 




18 


u 




_ _ 


Lovering, Isaac J., 




25 


Randolph. 




- - 


Mahony, John, 




31 


(1 




- 


McLaughlan, Edward, . 




45 


(( 




_ _ 


McGrath, Thomas, 




25 


(( 




— _ 


McMahon, Peter, 




24 


a 




_ _ 


Morgan, Edward, 




36 


n 




- _ 


May, Albert M., . 




19 


u 




Died July 20, 1863. 


O'Halloran, Thomas, . 




27 


(f 




Died Aug. 26, 1863. 


Payne, Adoniram A., . 




29 


u 




_ _ 


Phillips, Zebulon S. . 




29 


u 




- - 


Pope, David, 




23 


(( 




_ _ 


Porter, Cyrus H., 




20 


Stoughton. 




_ _ 


Pratt, Abraham W., . 




30 


Randolph. 




_ _ 


Packard, Charles F., . 




27 


Stoughton, 




Died Mar. 29, 1863. 


Rooney, John, 




21 


Randolph. 




[at Baton Rouge, La' 


Rogers, Martin, . 




19 


u 




Disch'd (no date given) 


Shaw, Martin V. B., . 




26 


u 




- - 


Spear, "William B., 




18 


n 




- 


Simpson, Elbridge G., . 




18 


u 




- 


Snow, Henry, 




21 


il 




- 


Sprague, Alvin H., 




38 


11 




- — 


Stetson, Francis E., 




18 


(( 




- 


Sullivan, Patrick E., . 




36 


(( 




- 


Tarrat, Loring, . 




28 


u 




- 


Thayer, Charles L., 




34 


u 




- 


Thayer, Charles Luther, 




20 


a 




- 


Thayer, Thomas H. B., 




26 


u 




_ 


Thayer, Thomas B., 




32 


li 




- 


Thayer, Isaac, Jr., 




28 


u 




- - 


Thayer, Leonard A., . 




28 


Stoughton. 




- - 


Thayer, Warren, 




21 


Randolph. 




- 


Tynan, John, 




26 


a 




- - 


Wetherbee, Horace N., 




23 


u 




_ _ 


Wetherbee, Martin P., 




21 


(( 




_ _ 


White, Samuel, . 




31 


(( 




_ _ 


White, William L., . 




24 


(( 




_ _ 


White, James W., . , 




35 


(C 




_ _ 


Washburn, George, 




34 


a 




Died (no date given.) 


Company E— Abington 










Lewis Soule, Captain, . 




28 


S. Abington. . 


_ _ 


Henry Humble, 1st Lieut., 


• 


26 


(( 


Taken pris'r June23, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



103 



Company E — Con. 
John Maloy, 2d Lieut., 
William H. Maine, 1st Sergeant, 
Morton E. Harding, Sergeant, 
William R. Vining, " 

Isaac Cook, " 

Charles W. Rowland, " 
John B. Hutchinson, " 
Lucius D. Burbeck, Corporal, 
Alfred Sharp, 
Jacob P. Bates, 
Isaac R. French, 
Gilbert Brown, 
Wendell G. Corthell, 
Peter M. Leavitt, 
Josiah Richmond, 
Frank B. Chamberlin, Wagoner, 
Howard A. Wheeler, Musician, 
John Brown, " 

Alden, John, 
Atwood, Samuel S., 
Alden, Jared, 
Bates, William H. H., 
Beals, Josiah, 
Bisbee, Joseph F., 
Bonney, Charles H. 
Brown, Henry L., 
Bates, Solon, 
Clark, Michael, . 
Conant, Albion, . 
Conroy, Bartley, . 
Conroy, James, . 
Conroy, Luke, 
Dean, Ichabod, 
Dunbar, Henry F., 
Dunbar, Volney H., 
Duncan, Jason, . 
Daley, Daniel, 
Ford, Wilson, 
French, Francis M., 
Galvian, Thomas, 
Glover, Cyrus J., . 
Gurney, William, . 
Griggs, Stephen, . 
Green, Henry S., . 
Hale, Henry Z., . 
Hale, Marcus M., . 
Hall, Augustus F., 
Hall, Samuel, 
Harding, George G., 
Harding, William H., 



41 
24 
25 
37 
34 
23 
40 
38 
35 
19 
18 
20 
18 
40 
36 
30 
14 
21 
18 
29 
41 
21 
24 
18 
26 
21 
21 
41 
21 
21 
38 
30 
44 
22 
18 
21 
38 
20 
29 
33 
18 
44 
33 
18 
21 
23 
23 
42 
28 
24 



S. Abington. 
E. B ridge w'r. 
Abington. . 
S. Abington. 

n 

Abington. . 
S. Abington, 
E. Bridgew'r. 
S. Abington. 

(( 

E. Bridgew'r. 

u 

S. Abington. 

E. Bridgew'r, 

Abington. . 
Hanson. 
S. Abington. 
Abington. . 
S. Abington, 
E. Bridgew'r. 
Abington, . 
Pembroke. . 
E. Bridgew'r. 
Abington. . 
S. Abington, 

Abington. . 
S. Abington. 



Easton. . . 
N. Bridgew'r. 
Abington. . 
S. Abington, 
Abington, . 
N. Abington. 
Abington. . 
S. Abington. 
Abington. . 
N. Abington. 
E. Bridgew'r, 
Abington, . 
E. Bridgew'r. 



S. Abington. 



[Dec. 6, 1862. 
App'd Ho.sp'l Steward, 

Died May 16, 1863. 



Died Aug. 15, 1863. 



[June 29, 1863. 
Discharged for disability 



Died May 29, 1863. 



Died May 25, 1863. 
Died June 16, 1863. 



[May 4, 1863. 

Discharged for disability 

Discharged for disability 

[May 29, 1863. 



104 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company E — Con. 
Hayes, Edward, . 
Howard, Charles M., 
Hunt, Ward, 
Hanub, George E., 
Jones, William, . 
Keran, James, 
Lincoln, James P., 
Lincoln, William W., 
Longreen, Frank,. 
Luddy, Michael, . 
Longley, George, . 
Lewis, Abel T., . 
McGoff, Lawrence, 
Millett, Charles A., 
Morse, George A., 
Noyes, Merritt, 
Parmenter, John, . 
Peek, Albert S., . 
Peek, George E., . 
Pearson, George H., 
Penniman, Lewis P., 
Reed, A. Alden, . 
Reed, Clinton W., 
Reed, Cyrus, 
Ryan, William, . 

Robbins, William H., 
Sharp, Oliver M., . 
Spooner, Jacob P., 
Shaw, Charles, 2d, 
Sproul, John W., . . 
Stetson, Jason E., . 
Stetson, John M., 
Sherman, Winslow B., 
Sullivan, John, . 
Shaw, Charles F., 
Thurlow, Jeremiah D., 
Washburn, Henry, 
West, Henry M., . 
Wheeler, George F., 
Whiting, Charles H. W 
Whitmarsh, Thomas, 
Wright, George H., 

Company P— Foxboro'. 
Charles F. Howard, Captain, 



William R. Black, " . 

Moses A. Richardson, 1st Lieut. 
Benjamin H. Richmond, " 



29 
18 
22 
17 
42 
25 
41 
18 
26 
30 
40 
19 
38 
18 
32 
20 
30 
21 
27 
24 
22 
23 
20 
27 
43 

18 
26 
27 
21 
18 
20 
27 
42 
21 
37 
35 
18 
31 
44 
18 
19 
18 



39 

33 

38 
41 



Abington. 



Plympton, . 
S. Abington. 
N. Abington. 
Abington. . 



N. Abington, 
Duxbury, . 
Hanson, 
S. Abington. 

a 

Abington. . 

II, 

N. Bridgew'r. 
Swansey. . 
S. Abington. 
Abington. . 
S. Abington. 



Abington, . 
E. Bridgew'r. 

a 

Abington. . 
S. Abington. 
E. Bridgew'r. 

Plymouth, . 
Abington, . 
E. Bridgew'r, 

a 
Kingston. . 
S. Abington. 
Abington. . 
Hanson. 
S. Abington. 



Foxboro', 

Taunton. 
Foxboro', 
Norton. . 



Died Aug. 8, 1863. 



[Jan. 6, 1863. 
Discharged for disability 

Died June 26, '63. 



[May 22, 1863. 

Discharged for disability 

Discharged for disability 

[Jan. 6, 1863. 

Died June 7, 1863. 



[March 1, 1863. 
Transferred (o Comp'y C 

Died June 26, 1863. 
Died Aug. 9, 1863. 



Promoted to Major De- 
cember 6, 1862. 



Eesigned Sept. 23, 1862. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fourth Regiment — Contin ued. 



105 



Company F — Con. 
Isaac H. Bonney, 2d Lieuten't., 

Joseph H. Joplin, 1st Sergeant, 
Horatio W. Caswell, Sergeant, 
Emery E. Willis, 
Liscomb C. Winn, " 

Lewis H. Sweet, " 

Gabriel P. Chamberlin, " 
Ephraim O. Grover, Corporal, 
Pascal C Grover, " 

Charles B. Winn, " 

Charles W. Sprague, " 
Henry L. Pratt, " 

Charles T. Sumner, " 

Deuck W. Cobb, 
George H. Grover, Musician, 
Wm. M. Adams, " 

Artemas C. King, Jr., Wagoner, 
Alden, Joseph H., 
Austin, Albert A., 
Austin, Granville D., 
Belcher, Lewis W., 
Blandin, Abbott H., 
Barrows, Edwin, . 
Bolton, William S., 
Boyden, Charles L., 

Carver, James S., 
Copliston, George H., 
Carroll, Edwin J., 
Caswell, Elijah, Jr., 
Dunbar, Edwin, . 
Dow, Francis L., . 
Dow, Joseph H., . 
Dixon, Robert, 
Day, William, 
Fisher, Handel P., 
Freeman, Edward M., 
Fisher, E. Irving., 
Fisher, Anson, 
Field, Darius B., . 
Fisher, Geo. H., . 
Freeman, Carlos D., 
Gilchrist, William, 
Hathaway, Bennajah W. 
Hodges, Alfred B., 
Hodges, David L., 
Ide, Henry B., 
Jones, George S., 
Keith, Theodore M., 



20 

23 
22 

29 
19 
24 
25 
27 
23 
22 
28 
29 
28 
20 
16 
45 
28 
19 
18 
18 
36 
18 
28 
32 
19 

22 
25 
18 
29 
34 
22 
19 
37 
32 
18 
24 
24 
30 
37 
19 
21 
35 
28 
22 
20 
18 
22 
19 



Foxboro', 



Raynham. 

Norton. . 
Foxboro'. 
Norton, . 
Foxboro', 



Norton. . 
Raynham, 
Foxboro'. 
Norton, . 
Foxboro'. 



Norton. 

Foxboro 

Norton. 

Foxboro 
Norton 



Foxboro', 



Raynham. 

Foxboro'. 

Raynham. 

Foxboro'. 

Norton, . 

Foxboro', 



Norton. . 
Foxboro'. 
Norton, . 
Raynham. 

Norton. . 



Falmouth. 

Norton, . 



Prm'd fr'm priv'te Dec. 
1862. Died Aug. 23,1863. 

Died July 14, '63. 



Died June 26, '63. 
Died May 31, '63. 



Died Jan. 21, 1863. 
Died Mar. 6, 1863. 



Prom'd Q. M. Serg't. 

Died June 26, '63. 

Died of wounds June loi 
1863. 



City, Dec. 18^1862. 
Discharged for di&acH- 

Died June 10, "63. 



Died of wounds July VI.,. 



Died July 25,. 1860. 



14 



106 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company F — Con. 
Lincoln, Joseph, . 

Lane, William A., 

Mann, George A., 
Morse, Jarlus J«, . 
Morse, William A., 
Morse, Cyrus B., . 
Macomber, Zacheus, 
Morse, Elbridge F., 
Myers, Joseph, 
Phillips, Samuel, . 
Pettee, Charles A., 
Ripley, Bernard L., 
Smith, Charles D., 
Smith, Leonard, . 
Smith, Payson F., 
Swift, David A., . 
Stephens, William A., 
Smith, Chas. T., . 
Sherman, Henry, . 
Sweet, Cyril S., . 
Sumner, Henry C, 
Thompson, George S., 
Thompson, Charles A., 
Titus, Henry O., 
Tucker, George N., 
W^illis, Ansel L., . 
White, Jason, 
Willis, Loren B., 
White, Calvin, 
Whittemore, Preston B 
Wight, James, 
Washburn, Alexander D. 
White, John H., . 
Ware, John, 
Wetherell, Charles H., 
Wetherell, Thomas B., 

Company G— Taunton 
Charles H. Paull, Captain, 
William R. Black, 1st Lieutenant, 
William J. Briggs, 2d Lieutenant, 
William H. Munroe, 
AUyn, William B., 
Ashley Luther B., 
Barnard, Lorenzo O., 
Burt, Jerome B., . 
Blake, Alden H., . 
Burns, Francis, . 



25 Norton, 
21 



22 
20 
18 
20 
45 
25 
22 
23 
18 
21 
34 
25 
19 
24 
30 
29 
45 
45 
19 
20 
29 
25 
23 
26 
45 
21 
23 
87 
32 
20 
32 
18 
22 
24 



31 
33 

29 
23 
21 
28 
25 
19 
26 
19 



Foxboro'. 



Norton, . 
Foxboro', 

a 

Raynham. 
Foxboro'. 
Norton, . 
Foxboro'. 



Foxboro'. 
Norton. . 



Foxboro', 



Norton, . 

Foxboro'. 
Norton. . 



Foxboro'. 

Norton. . 

Foxboro'. 
Norton. . 



Taunton. 



Died of wounds, June 
15, 1863. 

Discharged for disabil- 
ity, April 9, 1863. 



Died Jan. 24, 1863. 
Died May 26, 1863. 

Died, (no date given.) 

Died July 25, 1863. 



[March 28, 1863. 
Dlsch'd for disability, 
Died (no date given.) 

Died Feb. 17, 1863. 
Died Mar. 2, 1863. 



Dischar'd for disability, 
[April 6, 1863. 

[in Co. F, Dec. 15, 1862. 
Trans, for a commission 
Prom'd to 1st, Dec.18,'62. 
Com. 2d Lt., Dec. 18, '62. 



Died June 11, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



107 



NAMES. 



Kemarks. 



Company G — Con 
Balcom, Ansel, Jr., 
Bliss, Thomas C, . 
Brown, Thomas C, 
Briggs, Charles H., 
Butler, James, 
Cain, Hiram T., . 
Carpenter, Isaac H., 
Crane, George A., 
Carpenter, William B. 
Case, William H., 
Clemence, Sylvester J. 
Conaty, John, 
Congdon, Daniel A., 
Congdon, Levi K., 
Calwell, Benjamin O., 
Cunningham, John, 
Dean, Charles W., 
Durpee, Edward B., 
Field, Marcus M., 
Godfrey, Seth W., 
Gulliver, James W., 
Gibbs, Charles H., 
Goddard, Elijah D., 
Gushee, Samuel M., 
Hodges, Lewis B., 
Hodges, Laben, . 
Harvey, George B., 
Harvey, Oscar A., 
Hunter, Albert H., 
Howland, Isaac S., 
Hogan, Patrick, . 
Jones, Marcus E.,. 
Lucas, Timothy C., 
Lincoln, Timothy J., 
Marshall, George R., 
Murray, George, . 
Macomber, WHliam F., Jr., 
Macomber, George A., 
Macomber, Edward F., 
Macomber, William E., 
Merrigold, John L., 
Martin, Henry, . 
Nichols, George H., 
Paine, William H., 
Palmer, Lyman, . 
Presby, Josiah E., 
Phillips, Henry C, 
Pratt, William D., 
Pratt, Enos A., . 
Packard, William D., 



28 
20 
23 
33 
23 
20 
20 
25 
20 
18 
29 
22 
18 
18 
31 
23 
18 
21 
23 
19 
19 
22 
20 
18 
28 
22 
21 
20 
19 
23 
34 
23 
25 
23 
19 
38 
22 
29 
23 
26 
22 
22 
29 
17 
21 
43 
23 
20 
22 
24 



Taunton. 

Rehoboth, 

Taunton, 

Dighton. 

Taunton. 

Raynham. 

Rehoboth. 

Taunton. 



Raynham. 
Taunton. 



Died May 18, '63. 
Died Aug. 17, '63. 



Died April 3, 'e 



Died Feb. 15, '63. 



Died July 20,1863. 



Died June 2, 1863. 
Died Jan. 9, 1863. 



108 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAME S. 


6 
to 
< 


Kesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company G — Con. 








Pierce, William W., 


21 


Taunton. . . 


— — 


Peck, George W., 


18 


u 




- 


Presby, James L., . 


32 


(1 




- 


Presby, Edwin F., . . . 


39 


tt 




- - 


Potter, Willis S., . 


18 


u 




Wounded June 15, 1863. 


Porter, Lemuel C., 


23 


u 




- 


Paull, Henry A., . 


21 


li 




- 


Raymond, Horatio, 


31 


a 




Discharged Jan. 14, 1863. 


Smith, Albert P., . 


20 


(( 




Died Aug. 12,1863. 


Smith, Andrew J., 


20 


u 




[18(i3- 


Stall, William H.,. 


27 


(4 




Killed in action June 23, 


Turner, Jeremiah C, . 


27 


u 




- - 


Tripp, Franklin D., . 


22 


u 




- 


Tisdale, Edward E., . 


18 


a 




- 


Tinkham, James A., . 


19 


14 




- - 


Tisdale, James L., . . . 


38 


44 




Died Aug. 13, '63. 


Tilden, Josiah A., . . . 


24 


44 




- 


Thaver, Edwin S., . . . 


19 


44 




- 


Walker, Daniel B., . . . 


24 


44 




- 


Walker, Elnathan, 2d, . 


27 


44 




- 


Walker, William L., . 


21 


44 




Wounded June 15, 1863. 


Walker, Joseph, 2d, . 


31 


44 




Discharged May 5, 1863. 


Walker, Easell H., 


28 


44 




Died May 11,1863. 


Wilbur, George E., . 


18 


44 




- 


Wilbur, Joseph H., 


21 


44 




- 


Worsley, Henry P., . 


20 


44 




- - 


Washburn, Frederick A., 


23 


44 




— — 


White, Alexander, 


19 


44 




- ■ 


White, Charles R., . . . 


18 


44 




- 


Wilcox, Joseph H., 


19 


44 




- 


Williams, George F., . 


21 


44 




- - 


Walsh, Laughlin, .... 


29 


44 




- - 


Waldron, George, 


24 


44 




- - 


Watts, William, .... 


25 


44 




— — 


Williams, L. Allen, 


22 


44 




- - 


Company H— Lawrence. 








John R. Rollins, Captain, 


45 


Lawrence. . . 


- 


James G. Abbott, 1st Lieut., 


26 


44 




- 


Hiram Robinson, 2d Lieut., . 


24 


44 




- 


John F. Benson, 1st Sergeant, 


28 


44 




- 


Charles W. Butler, Sergeant, 


36 


44 




- - 


Thomas P. Kemp, " 


25 


44 




- 


Milo J. Chapin, 


33 


44 




- - 


Elbridge G. Hosmer, " 


21 


44 




- - 


Carleton Kimball, " 


27 


44 




DIsch'dNov.21,'62. 


Joseph Scofield, Corporal, . 


33 


44 




- 


John Roberts, " 


45 


44 




— — 


Gilman P. Wiggin, " 


23 


44 




- 


William C. Lyle, 


44 


44 







1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



109 



NAMES. 



Company H — Con. 
Charles G. Kimball, Corporal, 
William H. Wells, 
James L. Davis, " 

Chase C French, " 

Horatio R. Mudgett, Wagoner, 
Thomas Mudgett, " 

Joshua C. Merrow, Musician, 
Joseph H. Mulhare, " 
Alison, Charles, . 
Babb, Joseph A., . 
Brown, James P., 
Beadle, Bodwell D., 
Barry, James, 
Butler, Coleman, 
Butler, Austin, 
Bennett, George, 
Bigham, James, . 
Casey, John, 
Cruikshanks, Thomas, 
Clarendon, Edward H. 
Cook, Benjamin C, 
Chadwick, Fitz Henry, 
Collins, Timothy, 
Condon, John, 
Campbell, Duncan, 
Callahan, Thomas, 
Conant, James H., 
Cosaneck, Charles, 
Cline, Patrick, 
Davis, Isaac S., . 
Dawson, Firth, 
Dorsey, Michael, . 
Dinneen, Patrick, 
Durgin, Alexander, 
Fitzgerald, John, 
Flynn, John, 
Flynn, Thomas, . 
Eldridge, Hezekiah, 
Fenen, Joseph, . 
Fremmcr, George, 
Fremmer, Jacob, 
Gordon, Asa C, . 
Greenlaw, Charles E., 
Hart, Daniel, 
Hildreth, Seth C, 
Henderson, William V., 
Holland, William, 
Hayes, Robert S., 
Kerr, Peter, . 
Lane, Jesse P., . 



30 
27 
18 
38 
26 
45 
45 
26 
24 
19 
19 
35 
23 
27 
18 
38 
22 
18 
40 
21 
18 
22 
18 
25 
45 
38 
21 
38 
34 
41 
21 
22 
18 
41 
39 
40 
18 
19 
25 
21 
29 
23 
21 
22 
18 
22 
35 
32 
31 
25 



Bradford. 
Lawrence. 



Methuen. 

(I 

Lawrence. 



Died Aug. 1, 1863. 

Discli'd for disability 

[Deo. 17, 1862. 

[Deo. 6, 18S2. 

Trans, to non-com. Staff, 

Died Apr. 16, 1863. 



Died Apr. 25, 1863. 



DiedMay21, 1863. 



110 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 




Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company H—Con. 








Lever, James, .... 


32 


Lawrence. . . 


- - 


Mudoret, George C, 






32 


u 




- - 


McKering, John, . 






35 


u 




- - 


Madden, Michael, 






23 


u 




-' 


Mather, Isaac, 






43 


a 




- 


McGovern, Lawrence, 






18 


n 




- - 


Meadowcroft, Joseph, . 






18 


u 




- — 


McLellan, James, . 






25 


a 




- — 


Morgan, Zachariah, 






45 


u 




— - 


Morton, John, 






18 


li 




- 


McClary, James S., 






30 


Methuen. . 




- - 


Murphy, Timothy, 






24 


u 




Deserted Sept. 29, 1862. 


Nichols, James, . 






25 


Lawrence. . 




[ity, Feb. 25, 1863. 


O'Neill, Charles, . 






23 


a 




Discharged for disabil- 


Osgood, Elbridge B., . 






26 


(t 




Transfer'd to 48th Eeg't. 
Dec. 11, 1862. 


Partington, James, 






19 


'; 




- - 


Quinn, Daniel, 






18 


(( 




- - 


Rutherford, Allen, 






40 


u 




- 


Rostron, Samuel, . 






35 


a 




- - 


Richards, John A. 






21 


u 




— - 


Shackford, Wm., . 






28 


u 




- - 


Snell, Smardus F., 






24 


u 




- - 


Snell, Henry N., . 






20 


u 




- - 


Scott, Henry, 






88 


11 




— — 


Slavin, William, . 






26 


u 




— — 


Steele, George, 






24 


(( 




- - 


Tobey, Austin B., 






24 


(1 




- - 


Thompson, Sumner, 






31 


u 




— — 


Trees, Frederic G., 






21 


(( 




- — 


Towle, John W., . 






18 


(1 




- 


Weraners, Frank, 






37 


u 




- - 


Wilde, Joseph B., 






45 


(1 




- - 


Wright, Clinton M., 






24 


u 




- — 


Whitten, Joseph L., 






25 


(( 




- 


Webster, Henry A., 






21 


u 




[December 11, 1862. 


White, Elisha M., 






21 


u 




Transf'd to 48th Regm't, 


Wing, Thomas A., 






21 


a 




Died June 2, '63. 


Wright, William G., 






80 


u 




Des'd Nov. 20, '62. 


Company I— Duxbury 










Henry B. Maglathlin, Captain, 


44 


Duxbury. . . 


- 


Horatio C. Sampson, 1st Lieut., . 


31 


Pembroke. . . 


- - 


William F. Holmes, 2d Lieut., 


22 


Kingston, . . 


Died June 3, '68. 


George M. Lovering, 1st Sergeant, 


32 


E. Randolph. . 


- 


Charles N. Thayer, Sergeant, 


85 


Pembroke. . . 


- 


Edwin G. Metcalf, " . 


31 


Duxbury. . . 


- 


William Kaspar, ' " . . 


26 


Kingston. . . 


- 


George W. Lane, " 


29 


Duxbury. . . 


- 


Thomas T. McNaught, Corporal, . 


32 


ii 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



Ill 



Remarks. 



Com-pany I — Con. 
Daniel Delano, Corporal, 
Edwin Bosworth, " 
Edward R. Church, « 
Granville Baker, " 
Edward F. Frost, " 
Andrew Northey, " 
Jonathan F. Turner," 
John W. Brewster, Wagoner, 
Augustus L. Graves, Musician, 
Alden, Charles E., 
Bailey, George H., 
Baker, Walter, 
Barrows, William J., 
Barstow, Henry, . 
Brewster, Melzar, Jr., 
Brigham, Andrew C, 
Brewster, Joshua T., 
Chandler, Asa, 
Chandler, Edgar, . 
Chandler, Emmons A., 
Chandler, Hiram, . 
Chandler, Hiram O., 
Chandler, Jerome, 
Chandler, Noah J., 
Chandler, Philip H., 
Chandler, William E., 
Church, George H., 
Churchill, George L., 
Cook, Edwin B., . 
Chandler, John A., 
Clark, Charles C, 
Clark, Stephen, . 
Cornell, Robert H., 
Curtis, James B., . 
Delano, Augustine O., 
Delano, Hiram T., 
Delano, Daniel W., 
Delano, Oscar, 
Ford, Joseph P., . 
Freeman, Walter H., 
Ford, George H., . 
Graves, George A., 
Gray, Benjamin F., 
GuUefer, Bailey, . 
Glass, Harrison T., 
Goodwin, LeBaron, 
Harriman, Elihu S., 
Higgins, George L., 
Holmes, Henry S., 
Howard, Nathan, 



38 
25 
25 
25 
22 
32 
25 
31 
40 
20 
33 
23 
23 
28 
41 
25 
39 
29 
19 
33 
41 
18 
35 
22 
23 
23 
30 
21 
24 
28 
19 
29 
21 
46 
18 
20 
22 
22 
20 
21 
21 
18 
19 
32 
23 
25 
25 
44 
20 
31 



Duxbury. 
Pembroke. 

Duxbury. 



Pembroke. 
Duxbury. 

Hanson. 

Duxbury, 



Duxbury. 

u 
u 

Pembroke. 



Kingston. 

Hanson. 

Kingston, 

Pembroke, 

Duxbury, 

Pembroke, 

u 

Duxbury. 



Pembroke. 

Duxbury. 

Pembroke, 

.Duxbury. 

Kingston. 

Duxbury. 



Kingston. 
Pembroke. 



Died Mar. 9, 1863. 



Died Aug. 4, 1863. 



[February 4, 1863. 
Discharg'd for disability 

Died Aug. 4, '63. 
Died Julv 16, '63. 
Died July 16, '63. 
Died April 22, '63. 



Died April 29, '68. 
Died Mar. 22, '63. 



Died Aug. 15, '63. 



Died July 17, '63. 
Died July 30, '63. 



112 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



« « Residence. 



Con. 



Company I- 
Hunt, Wadsworth, 
Hunt, William F., 
Holmes, AUyn, Jr., 
Howard, Alden, . 
Jones, William W., 
Jones, John, 
Keene, Abel W.. . 
Keene, Nathan C, 
Lapham, Albert, . 
Lapham, Luther T., 
Loring, Bernard, . 
Loring, Morton M., 
Lucas, Elisha S., . 
McCarty, Jerry, . 
McFarlan, Nahum, 
Nash, Thomas M., 
Nash, William F., 
Oldham, Adonii-am J., 
Page, Samuel A.,. 
Peterson, Calvin, . 
Peterson, Waldo H., 
Prince, Thomas, . 
Peterson, Walter,. 
Eandall, Francis J., 
Ryder, George F., 
Reed, Marcus M., 
Sampson, Azor H., 
Simmons, George A., 
Stetson, John W.,. 
Swift, Edward D., 
Swift, William T., 
Sampson George B., 
Thayer, Albert M., 
Tillson, John P., . 
Torrey, George A , 
Weston, Augustus, 
Weston, George S., 
Witherill, Martin S., 
Wadsworth, William, 
AVashburn, Nathaniel A 
AVeston, James H., 
Witherill, George M., 



Company K— Taunton. 
William H. Bartlett, Captain, 
John H. Church, 1st Lieutenant, . 
Philander Williams, 2d Lieutenant 
Simeon C. Blanding, 1st Sei'geant, 
Caleb C. Collins, Sergeant, . 
Michael Murphy, " 



45 
36 
21 
40 
28 
28 
20 
33 
22 
18 
31 
20 
24 
22 
22 
19 
30 
27 
19 
36 
19 
22 
20 
25 
26 
27 
30 
21 
19 
19 
20 
36 
28 
23 
31 
35 
22 
41 
24 
21 
34 
36 



38 
25 
33 
41 
31 
25 



Duxbury. 

u 

Kingston, 
Pembroke, 
Duxbury. 
Pembroke, 



Westboro'. 

Kingston. 

Pembroke. 



Kingston. 
Pembroke. 

(( 

Kingston. 

(( 

Duxbury, 



Pembroke, 

Duxbury. 

Pembroke. 

Duxbury. 



Hanson. 

Pembroke. 

Duxbury. 



Pembroke. 

Duxbury, 

Kingston, 

Duxbury, 

Pembroke, 



Taunton, 



Died Mar. 28, '63. 
Died July 16, '63. 

Died June 11, '63. 



Died Aug. 3, 1863. 
Died June 8, 1868. 

Died July 1, 1863. 



[1863. 
Died of wounds July 24, 

Died Aug. 8, 1863. 
Died May 1, 1863. 
Died Mar. 28, 1863. 



Killed in action June 14, 
[1863. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



113 



Company K — Con. 
WiHiam \V. Smith, Sergeant, 
Samuel H. Morse, " 
George E. Payson, " 
Edgar R. Sprague, Corporal, 
James H. Leach, 
William R. Morris, 
Stephen Sweetser, 
Tilson Fuller, 
Ebenezer Bowman, 
William Dean, Jr., 
Nathan A. Simmons, 
James A. Bracken, Musician 
Allen K. Bassett, " 

Manning W. Fox, Wagoner 
Aldrich, Haynes C, 
Alden, James A., . 
Andrews, Zephahiah P, 
Barrows, Charles H., 
Babbitt, David D., 
Burt, Charles H., . 
Bubsor, Reinhold, 
Billington, Nelson, 
Bassett, -Oren L., 
Bund, Daniel W., 
Caswell, Otis, 
Carr, William, 
Caswell, Charles H., 
Ohamberlin, Ezeklel W 
Cain, Alexander R., 
Carr, John, . 
Cassady, John, 
Draper, Alexander, 
Dean, George E., . 
Dean, Charles E., 
Dean, Alvin R., . 
Ellis, Reuben, 
Eddy, Wm. M., . 
Field, George W., 
Fox, George S., . 
Field, Lewis B., . 
French, William A., 
Gaffney, Michael, 
Gilbert, William J., 
Gurney, Oliver C, 
Galligan, James, . 
GIbbens, Thomas, 
Howard, David, . 
Hamilton, Charles H., 
Hewitt, Charles H., 
Hathaway, James B., 



23 

26 

28 

23 

30 

32 

25 

30 

31 

34 

31 

20 

14 

39 

23 

27 

32 

20 

30 

20 

29 

35 

38 

30 

33 

45' 

18 

27 

18 

26 

35 

30 

22 

21 

18 

43 

44 

19 

18 

21 

18 

32 

36 

19 

18 

18 

34 

19 

18 

18 



Berkley. 
Taunton. 



Easton. . 
Taunton. 



Wareham. 
Taunton, 



Taunton. 



Raynham. 

Edgartown 

Taunton, 



Taunton, 

u 

Achusnet. 
Taunton. 
Berkley. 
Taunton. 



Easton. . 
Taunton. 



Died April 4, 1863. 



Desert'd Jan. 8, '63. 



Died May 7, 1868. 



[14, 1863. 
Killed in action, June 

Died July 18, '63. 

[1863. 
Died of wounds, July 22, 
Discli'd(no date given.) 

Died Aug. 8, 1863. 



15 



114 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fourth Regiment — Concluded. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


•to 

< 


Eesidence. 


Eeraarks. 


Company A'— Con. 








Handy, George H., . 


19 


Taunton. . . 


[14, 1863. 


Hall, Francis R., . 






19 


Eaynham. . . 


Killed in action, June 


King, Leprelate, . 






39 


New Bedford. . 


Died June 11, '63. 


Larkin, Thomas, . 






19 


Taunton. . . 


_ _ 


Morse, Edgar L., 






20 


11 


— _ 


Maloy, John, 






39 


i( 


- _ 


Murphy, Daniel, . 






19 


Easton. . . . 


- 


Milrick, Michael, . 






19 


" 


Died June 21, '63. 


Norcutt, Ephralm F., 






18 


Berkley, . . 


Died Aug. 17, '63. 


O'Shea, Enoch, . 






32 


Easton. . . . 


_ _ 


O'Neill, Gilbert M., 






18 


Taunton. . . 


_ _ 


Packard, George E., 






18 


Easton. . . . 


_ _ 


Park, Edwin, 






45 


Taunton, . . 


— _ 


Pratt, Albert S., . 






21 


Dighton. . . 


_ _ 


Porter, Henry C, 






42 


Taunton. . . 


— _ 


Packer, Peter W., 






44 


K 


- _ 


Packard, William M., 






22 


Easton, . . . 


Died July 12, '63. 


Paul, Benjamin F., 






36 


Taunton, . . 


Died Aug. 27, '63. 


Quillan, William, . 






20 


u 


_ _ 


Quane, Daniel, . 






19 


Easton. . . . 


_ _ 


Reynolds, John, . 






32 


Taunton. . . 


- _ 


Eoach, Edwin P., 






18 


u 


_ _ 


Eothwell, William H., 






45 


il 


_ ._ 


E,eid, John E,., 






37 


u 


_ _ 


Eigney, John, 






34 


Easton. . . . 


_ _ 


Strange, Charles E., 






. 23 


Taunton. . . 


_ _ 


Strout, Henry E., . 






22 


Easton. . . . 


- - 


Smart, Hanson L., 






45 


Taunton, . . 


Died Aug. 4, 1863. 


Standish, George W., 






30 


(( 


Died of wounds, June 


Tripp, Joseph F., 






27 


u 


[29, 1863. 


Townsend, Edwin E., 






31 


(( 




Tisdale, William E., 






30 


44 


— _ 


Til den, George A., 






18 


Easton, . . . 


Died July 30, 1863. 


Williams, Alfred M., 






21 


Taunton. . . 


_ _ 


Wright, John G., 






22 


44 


- 


Wilcox, William E., 






22 


44 


_ _ 


Ward, Patrick, 






18 


44 


_ _ 


W^ood, William C, 






26 


44 


_ . _ 


Whitman, Sylvester S. 






35 


Eaynham. . . 


- _ 


Whitman, Alden, 






31 


44 


_ _ 


Wood, William, 






39 


Taunton. . . 


_ _ 


Whalen, David, 






29 


Easton. . . 


_ _ 


Williams, John, 






29 


Dighton, . . 


Des'ted Dec. 8, '62. 


Young, John E., 






28 


Taunton. . . 


- - 



After waiting nearly a week in New York harbor, seven com- 
panies and a portion of another, sailed in the ship George Pea- 
body, January 3d, for New Orleans, where they arrived Febru- 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 115 

ary 7tli; then proceeded to CarroUton, and landed on the 13th, 
having been on shipboard forty-seven days. The remainder of 
the regiment arrived about the same time. The regiment was 
attached to the First Brigade, Third Division, commanded by 
Colonel lugraham, Thirty-Eighth Massachusetts Volunteers, and 
left for Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 7th. In the expedition 
against Port Hudson, in March, this regiment bore a conspicu- 
ous and important part. After an absence of a week, and with 
almost constant marching during that time, the regiment 
returned to their encampment at Baton Rouge. On the 3d of 
April the regiment again broke camp, and went down the Miss- 
issippi to Algiers ; thence on the 8th to Brashear City, where 
it was ordered to remain, with the Sixteenth New Hampshire 
Volunteers, to guard the post, which was the base of supplies 
for the army, while General Banks was marching through the 
Teche country to Alexandria, and at that time was one of the 
most important posts in the department. Just before the bat- 
tle of Bisland, the regiment was ordered to join the brigade, 
before the enemy, and " remain until the fight was over ;" and 
accordingly left Brashear City Saturday evening, April 11, on 
short notice, with no preparation, excepting two days' rations 
in haversacks ; marched ten miles in the night, and the next 
morning took its position in the march against the rebel foe ; 
participated in the two days' engagements, 12th and 13th, and 
at sunset on the latter date, was sent to the extreme front to 
guard the line, with orders to hold until morning, at all haz- 
ards what had been gained during the day ; joined in the pur- 
suit of the rebels, in their retreat on the 14th, as far as Frank- 
lin, where the whole army rested for the night. The regiment 
the next morning, according to orders, started on its return to 
Brashear City, to the duties assigned it. On the 20th of May, 
the steamer Louisiana Belle, having on board Captain George 
S. Merrill, of Company B, and fifty men of his command as a 
guard, were sent up the Bayou Cortableau, to the vicinity of 
Washington, for a load of cotton. A valuable lot was secured 
and "put on board during the night of Thursday. The next 
morning the boat started to return, but before proceeding far 
was attacked by guerrillas. The first shot, which was from an 
ambush, killed the captain of the boat, and wounded ten of the 
men of Company B. The attack was made at a place in the 



116 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

bayou very difficult of navigation, but owing to the coolness 
and discretion of Captain Merrill, and the courage of the men, 
the designs of the attacking party were defeated, and, although 
a brisk fire was kept up for some distance, no further damage 
was done, and the steamer reached Brashear City Friday night. 
The regiment remained at Brashear City, doing guard and 
fatigue duty, until the 30th of May, on which date it left, 
under orders to proceed forthwith and report to Major-General 
Banks before Port Hudson. It there bore its share in the 
labors, fatigues and hardships of the siege, until the fort sur- 
rendered. In the assault on the 14th of June, two of the com- 
panies, — A, Captain John Hall, of Canton, and K, Captain W. 
H. Bartlett, of Taunton, were detailed, with three companies 
from other regiments, to carry hand grenades* in the advance 
of the attacking column. The whole grenade party was under 
the command of Captain Bartlett, who fell, mortally wounded 
upon the very breastworks of the enemy, while he and the 
officers and men under his command, through a storm of shot 
and shell, were earnestly and heroically, but hopelessly en- 
deavoring to scale them. Captain Bartlett was a true Chris- 
tian, a pure patriot, and a brave soldier. 

The other companies, also, participated in the assault, but 
the First Brigade being the last of the storming column, they 
did not take so conspicuous a part. They were under fire all 
day, however, and there, as well as in the battle of Bisland, 
they showed a steadiness and bravery in action which is worthy 
of praise. Companies A and K suffered severely in the attack 
of June 14. The number of killed and wounded in the regi- 
ment on that day, was sixty-eight. 

After the surrender of Port Hudson, this regiment was one 
of the first regiments to enter the fort, and remained inside, 
performing garrison duty, until the 4th of August, when it 
embarked on the steamboat North America, and went up the 
Mississippi to Cairo, and from thence by railroad to Boston, 
where it arrived on the 17th of August. A furlough of ten 
days was then given to the regiment, and the men were ordered 
to report at the expiration of that time at Lakeville, and, on 
the 28th of August, having served over eleven months, they 
were mustered out of the United States service. The entire 
loss of the regiment was upwards of 125. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



117 



There was considerable difficulty with a portion of this regi- 
ment while absent, in regard to the expiration of its term 
of service, and a portion of it refused to do duty. Some 
arrests were made, but the matter was finally settled, and those 
who were put under arrest were discharged, and came home. 
The blame has been laid upon different persons, but as the 
matter has been closed, I do not wish to open it, especially as 
the regiment did good service, and completed its term of 
enlistment satisfactorily. 

FIFTH BEGIMENT. 

The Fifth Regiment served in the three months campaign, 
and acted a brave part in the first disastrous battle of Bull 
Run. It was tlien under command of Colonel, now Brigadier- 
General Lawrence, M. Y. M. It volunteered to return for nine 
months, when the President, in 1862, called for 300,000 nine 
months men. It was sent to Camp Lander, Wenham, and was 
soon recruited to the maximum number. It left Boston on the 
22d of October, in transports, for Newbern, N. C, with orders 
to report to Major-General Foster. [See page 137.] 



K A M E S . 


6 
to 
<! 


Residence. 


Itcmarks. 


George H. Pierson, Colonel, 
John T. Boyd, Lieut. Colonel, 
William E.'C. Worcester, Major, . 
WiUiam Ingalls, Suro-eon, 
Dixie C. Hoyt, Ass't-Surgeon, 
William T. Eustis, 3d, Adjutant, . 
George A. Norton, Quart'master, . 
William F. Snow, Chaplain, 
James M. Shute, Jr., Serg't Maj.,. 
William H. Burbank, Q. M. Sgt.,. 
Enoch J. Clark, Com'ry Serg't, . 
John M. Foster, iJosp'l Steward, . 

Company A— Charlestown. 
James F. Green, Captain, . 
John McGrath, 1st Lieut., . 
James W. Dillon, 2d Lieut., 
Garrett H. Roach, 1st Sergeant, . 
Michael Kelley, Sergeant, . 
Matthew Welch, " 


46 
36 
36 
45 
27 
24 
24 
21 
23 
24 
36 
36 

29 
24 
29 
27 
32 
27 


Salem. . . . 
Charlestown. . 
Marlboro'. . . 
Winchester. . 
Milford. . . 
Charlestov/n. . 
Boston. . . . 

Somerville. 

a 

Medford. . . 
Charlestown. . 
Salem. . . . 

Charlestown. . 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 



118 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued, 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


IB 


Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company A — Con. 








Michael O'Neill, Sergeant, . 


24 


Charlestown. . 


- - 


Edward McElroy, " 




24 


u 


- - 


Daniel J. Sullivan, Corporal, 




24 


u 


- - 


Jeremiah J. Ryan, " 




27 


u 


- 


Michael A. Neagle, " 




24 


li 


- 


Thomas Hinchey, " 




23 


(( 


_ 


George Hamilton, " 




21 


(1 


- 


Michael S. Green, " 




21 


(( 


- 


Charles Kimball, Musician, . 




17 


<t 


- 


Eugene K. Viles, " 




15 


(( 


- 


James Reynolds, Wagoner, . 




28 


u 


- 


Anderson, Daniel, 1st, . 




27 


<( 


- - 


Anderson, Daniel, 2d, . 






21 


u 


- 


Aldrich, Benjamin F., . 






34 


u 


- 


Breen, Walter, . 






26 


(( 


- 


Brennan, Michael, 






28 


u 


- 


Boyle, Michael, . 






21 


a 


- 


Bonner, John, 






21 


11 


Deser'd Oct. 22,'62. 


Brown, John, 






30 


u 


Oct. 22,'62. 


Baker, William J., 






27 


- 


" Oct. 22,'62. 


Coyle, Peter, 






24 


Charlestown, . 


Oct.22,'62. 


Cadogan, Daniel, 






21 


i( 


Dis. Jan.30,"63,disability. 


Croghan, John, . 






26 


u 


Dis. Je. 6,'63, to re-enlist- 


Chase, Ede H., . 






44 


Melrose. . . 


- - 


Clark, Joseph J., 






28 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Carroll, John, 






21 


(( 


- - 


Carroll, AVilliam, . 






26 


(( 


- 


Carey, Thomas, . 






21 


u 


- 


Conway, Thomas, 






22 


u 


- - 


Devlin, Thomas, . 






21 


a 


- - 


Dempsey, John H., 






21 


u 


- 


Donohoe, Michael, 






28 


u 


- - 


Dalton, Michael, . 






28 


Boston. . . . 


— — 


Dowds, John, 






25 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Donallen, Dennison, 






38 


a 


- 


Donegan, Timothy, 






36 


u 


- 


Donegan, Jeremiah, 






42 


u 


— — 


Desmond, Peter, . 






28 


(1 


- - 


Dunbar, John, 






21 


(1 


Deser'd Oct. 22,'62. 


Davis, Matthew H., 






21 


u 


" Oct. 22,'62. 


Devine, John B., 






21 


a 


J)is. on habeas oorp.wiit. 


Earley, Patrick, . 






25 


Boston. . . . 


Deser'd Oct. 22,'62. 


Foley, Michael, . 






21 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Flynn, John, 






27 


(( 


- 


Griffin, Martin, . 






43 


u 


- - 


Gragan, Charles, 






33 


Boston. . . . 


_ 


Gallagher, John, 






23 


Charlestown. . 


Dis. Jaii.l2,'63,disability. 


Handley, William, 






23 


u 


- 


Hall, Thomas, . 






27 


a 


- - 


Higgins, Thomas, 






21 


u 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



119 



Company A — Con. 
Hooper, George E., 
Hunter, Patrick H., 
Harding, Charles H., 
Keffe, William, . 
Kenefick, Patrick, 
Kenny, John, 
Long, John, 
Leonard, William A., 
Mulreaney, Patrick, 
Murphy, Michael, 
Morley, Alexander, 
Mulrooney, William, 
Marshall, James, . 
McGrath, Patrick, 
McDonald, Lawrence, 
McLeod, Peter, . 
McCarty, Daniel, 
McLeod, James, 
Maloney, Sylvester G. 
Mahoney, James, . 
Murray, John, 
Morris, John, 
O'Neill,- Thomas, 
Plunkett, James F., 
Eiley, Matthew T., 
Ryan, Thomas, 
Sweeney, John, . 
Shaw, Albert, 
Sheehan, John, . 
Sheehan, Timothy, 
Shopland, Frank, 
Welsh, Patrick, . 
Welsh, John, 
Wiggins, James, . 



Company B— Somervillo. 
Benjamin F. Parker, Captain, 
Walter C. Bailey, 1st Lieuten't., 
John Harrington, 2nd " 
Edward W. Denny, 1st Sergeant, 
James E. Paul, Sergeant, . 
Kingsley Wallace, " 
Charles T. Robinson, " 
Henry A. Angier, " 
Ebenezer C. Mann, Jr., Corporal, 
Charles E. Davis, " 

Granville W. Daniels, " 

Nathaniel Dennett, " 

Edwin Turner, " 

Cyrus B. Rowe, " 



21 
21 
21 
32 
30 
27 
21 
26 
25 
21 
30 
30 
45 
29 
32 
33 
44 
26 
21 
28 
21 
21 
22 
23 
23 
21 
42 
33 
41 
29 
32 
21 
21 
27 



31 
28 
29 
25 
32 
32 
26 
24 
22 
24 
19 
34 
32 
34 



Charlestown. 



Maiden. . . 
Charlestown. 



Charlestown. 
5oston, . . 
Charlestown, 



Dis. Jan.14,'63, disability. 

Deser'd Oct. 22,'62. 
Deser'd Oct. 22,'62. 

Dis. Je. 6,'63, to re-enlist. 
Dis. Mar. 3,'63,disability. 



Deser'd Oct. 22,'62. 
" Oct.22,'62. 



Deser'd Oct. 22,'62. 



Dis.Apr.24,'63,clisability. 

Died Nov. 26, 1862. 
Deser'd Oct. 22,'62. 



Dis. Je. 6, '63, to re-eulist. 



Somerville. 



120 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Eesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company B — Con. 








Willard L. Hawes, Corporal, 


19 


Somerville. 


_ _ 


William Shannon, " 


26 


Charlestown. . 


Dis. Jan. 9,'63, disability. 


William F. Snow, " 




21 


Somerville, 


Elected Cliap'n,Oct.8"62. 


Thomas R. Watson, " 




18 


u 


Left sick at Beauf t.N. G. 


James H. Flags;, Musician, 




20 


LI 


— — 


Frank Wallberg, " 




15 


U 


_ _ 


Henry H. Robinson, 2d., Wa^ 


joner. 


24 


U 


_ _ 


Austin, Joseph A., 




22 


(( 


_ _ 


Ayers, William, . 






32 


a 


_ - 


Aiken, William A., 






21 


a 


_ _ 


Adams, Melvin, . 






20 


u 


- - 


Abbott, Nathaniel T., 






20 


a 


_ _ 


Arnold, Joseph, . 






44 


u 


- - 


Anderson, William W. 






34 


u 


_ _ 


Allen, Lewis A., . 






19 


u 


_ _ 


Anthony, Joseph, 






22 


u 


- - 


Brackett, Charles K., 






24 


u 


_ _ 


Beers, Romauus E., 






21 


u 


_ _ 


Barnes, George W., 






20 


u 


_ _ 


Bruce, Calvin A., 






28 


(1 


- - 


Barr, Thomas A., . 






28 


u 


_ _ 


Butler, Alonzo, . 






2.5 


It 


_ _ 


Burroughs, George W. 






18 


a \ 


- ■- 


Brintnall, Samuel R., 






42 


a 


_ _ 


Cushing, Frederic, 






18 


u 


- - 


Cashin, John, 






36 


ii 


_ _ 


Cobb, Frederic R., 






21 


it 


[bern, N. C. 


Chamberlin, Russell T. 






22 


(( 


On signal Corps, Kew- 


Clausen, John, 






26 


<( 


Desr'dSept.27,'62, 


Cunningham, James, 






20 


u 


Desr'd Oct. 10, '62. 


Daniels, Ferdinand D., 






20 


« 


- 


Dusseault, Adolphus, 






20 


(< 


- - 


Dickson, William E., 






18 


« 


_ - 


Dillaway, James H., 






22 


li 


_ - 


EUiott, William, . 






25 


li 


_ _ 


Emmott, James, . 






23 


ii 


_ - 


Gilson, Henry E., 






15 


a 


- 


Glidden, Alvin F., 






18 


li 


_ - 


Greenwood, Moses F., 






34 


u 


- 


Hollander, Charles B., 






18 


u 


_ - 


Haley, Peter B., . 






22 


(£ 


_ _ 


Holland, Charles H., 






22 


<( 


_ _ 


Huston, Wells W., 






18 


(4 


_ — 


Hallahan, Daniel, 






20 


it 


- 


Hinckley, George W., . 






23 


It 


- - 


Hayes, Patrick, . 






18 


tf 


- - 


Havlin, Michael, . 






22 


tt 


- 


Hubbard, Edwin A., . 






18 


(1 


_ - 


Hartwell, Daniel A., . 


\ 




35 


(( 


[1363, for disability. 


Hanson, Joseph, . 






41 


ft 


Discliarged March 28, 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



121 



NAMES. 


< 


Eesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company B — Con. 








Jewett, James H., 


43 


Somerville. 


— — 


Kimball, George A., 






22 


u 


- 


Lincoln, George E., 






20 


(C 


- 


Leavitt, John W., 






18 


u 


- 


Loveless, Eli W., . 






31 


a 


- 


Locke, William E., 






20 


u 


- 


Levitt, John C., . 






19 


a 


- 


Minnaugh, Michael 






22 


u 


- 


IMaynard, George W., 






18 


a 


- - 


Moulton, Henry M., 






18 


(( 


- -r 


Mitchell, George E., 






19 


(( 


- 


Mills, John A., 






37 


(( 


- 


Manning, William, 






28 


(( 


- 


Nedtlinger, Edward, 






28 


" 


Desr'dSept.27,'62. 


Poor, John A., 






21 


u 


_ 


Pattee, George E., 






21 


(( 


- 


Potter, John H., . 






26 


u 


- 


Pressey, Charles A., 






18 


(( 


_ 


Parsons, Benjamin B., 






32 


11 


— — 


Paul, Albert 'H., . 






25 


It 


- 


Koberts, John W., 






23 


(C 


- 


Ring, Gardner W., 






18 


(( 


- 


Robinson, Henry H., 






23 


(f 


. - - 


Sinclair, Joseph, . 






28 


a 


- 


Sturtevant, George F., 






21 


a 


[for disability. 


Sie, Nicholas, 






31 


u 


Discharged Jan. 14, 1863, 


Shattuck, E. L., . 






22 


u 


Discharged Oct. 8, 1862 
for disability. 


Stout, Edward, . 






28 


a 


Desrt'd Oct. 5, '62. 


Thayer, Samuel J. F., 


' 




20 


a 


- 


Tomson, Francis H., 






30 


(( 


[June 22, 1863 


Tompkins, Samuel G., 






18 


u 


DiedatNewbern.lsr. C. 


Woodwell, Charles H., 






34 


f( 


- - 


Whitcomb, Francis E. 






22 


t{ 


- 


White, Joseph A., 






34 


(( 


. - ■ 


Winslow, Edward E., 






31 


a 


— ' — 


Williams, Albert, . 






37 


u 


- 


Willett, George A., 






30 


it 


_ _ 


Youmi, John, 






44 


li 


- . 


Company C— Soutli Danvers. 








Robert S. Daniels, Captain, . 


32 


S. Danvers. . 


- 


George F. Barnes, 1st Lieutenant, 


27 


(i 


- - 


Wm. L. Thompson, 2d Lieutenant, 


27 


a 


- - 


John W. Stevens, 1st Sergeant, . 


29 


u 


- 


Benjamin F. Southwick, Sergeant, 


27 


li 


■ _ _ 


Lewis A. Manning, " 


24 


ii 


- 


George H. Little, " 


21 


u 


[for disability. 


Charles H. Kimball, " 


26 


(( 


Discharged Apr. 24,. 1863, 


Joseph L. Nutter, Corporal, . 


29 


u 


■■ 



16 



122 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



< 



Company C — Con. 
Thomas W. Buxton, Corporal, 
Horace S. Page, 
William F. Pingree, 
James Perkins, 
Joseph N. Burbeck, 
Perez L. Winchester, 
Nicolas M. Quint, 
Henry R. Holder, Musician, 
Charles A. Symonds, " 
Albert Carleton, Wagoner, 
Arnold, Frank T., 
Barnard, George W., 
Batchelder, George H. 
Bodge, Amos P., . 
Bodge, Jacob G., . 
Bashby, Joseph, Jr., 
Buxton, George W., 
Boynton, John W., 
Beckett, William C, 
Curtis, William P., 
Colby, Charles, 
Carr, Charles E., . 
Dodge, John C, . 
Evans, Orrin R., . 
Farnham, Andrew N., 
Foster, John M., . 
Graves, John, Jr., 
Goodridge, George H., 
Galencia, Samson B., 
Galencia, Perley, . 
Gilbert, James, 
Hildreth, William H., 
Harrington, William H 
Hutchinson, Benjamin F., 
Hutchinsoji, Cleaves K, 
Ham, Henry E., . 
Hadley, Horace D., 
Hart, Samuel P., . 
Ingalls, Amos, 
Johnson, Frank E., 
Jacobs, George F., 
Jones, George W., 
Kimball, Hiram A., 
Kimball, Charles E., 
Low, George H., . 
Lunt, William J., . 
Larrabee, Henry, . 
Marsh, George E., 
McKay, Edward W., 
Manning Chai'les L., 



24 
21 
34 
44 
28 
21 
24 
27 
16 
30 
28 
22 
30 
24 
26 
21 
29 
19 
18 
24 
28 
18 
26 
21 
21 
36 
30 
18 
19 
21 
28 
18 
18 
26 
34 
26 
25 
27 
34 
18 
19 
21 
24 
20 
20 
33 
19 
26 
18 
18 



S. Danvers. 



Berlin. . . 

Middleton. . 
S. Danvers, 



Salem, . . 
S. Danvers. 



Salem. . . 
S. Danvers. 



Ashland. . 
Salem. . . 

u 

S. Danvers. 



[for disability. 
Discharged April 1, 1863, 



[Steward. 
Promoted to Hospital 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



123 



Eemarks. 



Company C — Con. 
Mackintire, Charles, 
Moore, Benjamin N., 
Moore, George W., 
Mardon, John W., 
Nevers, Charles W., 
Osgood, Joseph H., 
Osborne, Amos, 3d, 
Peasley, Austin, J., 
Peasley, Thomas W., 
Plummer, Enoch F., 
Perkins, Albert H., 
Perkins, William H., 
Poor, George H., . 
Pemberton Frank A., 
Rhodes, Joseph, . 
Rhodes, Alphonso P., 
Ray, Thomas A., . 
Rust, El bridge, 
Rose, Frederick J., 
Swett, Joseph H., . 
Stone, Frederick T., 
Sanborn, John F., 
Small, Daniel A.,. 
Southwick, Lewis B., 
Searle, George, 
Simonds, Benjamin R., 
Sumner, John A. P., 
Southwick, William H. 
Teel, George C, . 
TVask, Charles, . 
Tufts, Albert, 
Towne, Charles A., 
Upton, George A., 
Winchester, Benjamin 
Warner, Lorenzo D., 
Whidden, Albert H., 
Wiggin, Andrew J., 
Waterman, James L., 
Walkup, James E., 
Webster, Caleb A., 



Company D— Charlestown. 
Thomas F. Howard, Captain, 
George H. Marden, Jr., 1st Lieut, 
Charles P. Whittle, 2d Lieutenant, 
Valentine Wallburg, 1st Sergeant, 
George W. Kilham, Sergeant, 
George Chill, " 

John E. Marden, " 

Edward G Fox, " 



25 
21 
32 
34 
18 
22 
22 
20 
24 
27 
18 
18 
18 
18 
43 
18 
18 
32 
32 
18 
18 
25 
21 
19 
33 
18 
21 
36 
18 
33 
20 
20 
21 
23 
42 
19 
30 
18 
28 
23 



29 
23 
22 
21 
25 
34 
21 
22 



S. Danvers. 



Marlboro'. . 
S. Danvers. 



Salem. . . 
S. Danvers. 



Ashland. 
S. Danvers, 



Charlestown. 



[for disability. 
Discharged Apr. 28, 1883, 
Discharged Jan. 13, 1863, 

[for disability. 



DIsc'd June 18, '63. 



Disch'd Feb. 9, '63. 
Disch'd Feb. 2, '63. 



[June 18, 1863. 
Died at South Danvers, 



124 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company D — Con. 
George W. Whittle, Sergeant 
William G. Ash, Corporal, 
Albion B. Perham, 
Joseph F. Dwight, 
Samuel R. Marple, 
Joseph A. Crawford, 
Edward Fanniloe, 
•Alexander E. Hews, 
Charles H. Arnold, 
George H. McLeod, 
Albert B. Whittle, Musician, 
Albert Nelson, 
Ahern, Michael, . 
Alden, John, 
Abbott, Albert C, 
Abrams, Charles B., 
Ayers, John H., . 
Boynton, William F., 
Battisto, John B., 
Brackett, Isaac W., 
Branch, Hiram R., 
Bibrim, Joseph, . 
Bailey, William, . 
Bailey, Henry C, . 
Bowers, Charles E., 
Colman, William, . 
Carney, Charles J., 
Cassidy Philip, 
Collins, Daniel, . 
Clough, William, . 
Chamberlin, John H., 
Conlin, Peter, 
Doyle, William, . 
Delano, Frank E., 
Delaney, Daniel, . 
Durgin, John J., . 
Dickson, Walter E., 
Doyle, Michael B., 
Evans, King S., . 
Ester, George H., 
Ewing, Robert S., 
Gabriel, William E., 
Green, Thomas B., 
Hardy, William A., 
Ham, Frederick, . 
Hitchborn, Henry, 
Hitchings, Lawson, 
Johnson, Lewis E., 
Jackman, William, 
Jones, Charles, 



33 

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38 
20 
22 
32 
22 
30 
25 
18 
17 
18 
23 
23 
26 
23 
28 
30 
28 
32 
24 
38 
21 
29 
29 
18 
24 
20 
18 
29 
18 
38 
23 
18 
23 
31 
25 
22 
27 
32 
43 
29 
25 
20 
21 
23 
21 
44 
22 



Charlestown, 



Discharged Feb. 5, 1863, 
[for disability. 



[for disability. 
Discharged Feb. 5, 18K, 



[for disability. 
Discharged, Feb. 5, 1863, 



[for disability. 

Discharged Mar. 23, 1863, 

Discharged for wounds 

[received in battle. 



[for disability. 
Discharged Mar. 23, 1863, 



[for disability. 
Discharged Mar. 23, 1863, 



Desr'd Oct. 23, '62. 

Disc'dJe. 6, '63, re-enl't. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



125 



NAMES. 


be 


Kesidence, 


Remarks. 


Company D — Con. 








King, Joseph F., . 


19 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Leighton, Thomas, 






35 




- 


Lewis, Charles E., 






21 




- 


Lynch, John, 






23 




- 


McLeod, John, . 






30 




- 


Murray, William F., 






19 




- 


McFarland, William, 






18 




- 


Moulton, Frank B., 






21 




- 


MoElroy, Edward, 






20 




- 


Mardin, Charles, . 






16 




— - 


Maguire, Thomas, 






24 




- 


Niles, James, 






26 




- 


O'Neil, Thomas, . 






24 




- 


O'Brien, John, 






20 




Desr'dOct.23,'62. 


Poor, James W., . 






22 




- 


Perley, Elbridge G., 






30 


Chelsea. . . 


- 


Pierce, David H., . 






23 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Parker, Charles, . 






19 




- - 


Palmer, Samuel, . 






27 




Desr'd Oct. 23, '62 


Bobbins, Samuel W., 






23 




- 


Bodgers, Mathew H., 






22 




- 


Bandall, John C, . 






17 




_. 


Bichardson, George H. 






21 




- 


Sendall, Henry J., 






•28 




- - 


Smith, Charles, 






21 




Desr'd Oct. 23, '62 


Sweeny, James, . 






22 




Desr'd Oct. 23, '62 


Tannat, George S., 






38 




- 


Thompson, Isaac, . 






35 




• - 


Trumbull, John B., 






31 




- - 


Upton, Samuel, . 






32 




- 


Ward, John, 






24 




- 


Williams, David 0., 






29 




- 


Winters, Bichard M., 






21 




- 


Walden, William H., 






22 




- 


Company K— Boston. 








John Kent, Captain, . 


33 


Boston. . . . 


- 


George Myrick, 1st Lieutenant, . 


29 


" 


- 


Andrew J. Holbrook, 2d " 


29 


Cambridge. 


- 


Edwin F. Wyer, 1st Sergeant, 


29 


Woburn. . . 


- 


Isaac Myrick, Jr., Sergeant, 


31 


Yarmouth. . . 


- - 


George A. Deering, " 


43 


Cambridgep't. 


- 


Jarius Lincoln, Jr., " 


31 


Yarmouth. . . 


- 


Lewis H. Kingsbury, " 


38 


Ashland. . . 


- 


Zoeth Snow, Jr., Corporal, . 


37 


Brewster. . . 


- 


Daniel Wing, " 




21 


S. Yarmouth. . 


- 


Horatio Howes, " 




43 


Dennis. . . . 


- 


Henry Perkins, " 




36 


Ashland. . . 


- 


Edmund Matthews, " 




32 


Dennis. . . 


- 


Frank A. Wall, " 




22 


Ashland. . . 


— ~ 



126 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company E — Con. 








Joseph S. Bragdon, Corporal, 


35 


Cambridgep't. 


- 


Alfred C. Finney, 


21 


Hyannis, . . 


Died Mar. 13, '63. 


George E. Hopkins, " 


34 


Barnstable, 


Discharged May 28, 1863, 
for disability. 


Edwin H. Lincoln, Mus 


ician, 


14 


Yarmouth. . . 


- - 


Eobert W. Allen, 


ii. 


14 


Essex, . . . 


Desert'd Mar. 8,'63. 


Ackers, John L. P., 






26 


Cambridgep't. 


- 


Barrett, James, . 






18 


a 


- ' 


Baker, Darius, 






18 


Yarmouth. . . 


- 


Baker, Watson, . 






35 


u 


- 


Baker, Charles P., 






36 


a 


- 


Baker, George H., 






26 


(£ 


- - 


Baker, Sylvester F., 






26 


Dennis. . • . 


- 


Brooks, Webster, . 






21 


Ashland. . . 


- 


Baker, Washington I., . 






19 


Yarmouth. . . 


- 


Chickering, Francis H., 






40 


Ashland. . . 


- 


Comey, Albert B., 






30 


u 


- 


Crosby, James F., 






27 


Brewster. . . 


- 


Coleman, Isaac, . 






25 


Barnstable. 


- 


Chase, Lawrence, 






18 


Hyannis. . • 


- 


Considine, John, . 






21 


Dennis. . . . 


- 


Chase, Edwin, 






24 


Yarmouth. . . 


- 


Chamberlin, George S. 






21 


Ashland. . . 


- - 


Davis, S. Augustus, 






22 


a 


- 


Ellis, George A., . 






19 


(( 


_ 


Ellis, Warren H., 






20 


Yarmouth. . . 


- 


Ellis, Frederick IST., 






18 


(1 


- 


Eldridge, Eben, . 






37 


Barnstable. 


[for disability. 


Eldridge, Thomas E,., 






27 


(I 


Discharged April 1, 1863, 


Fairbanks, Levi, . 






22 


Ashland. . . 


- - 


Frail, Henry M., . 






21 


u 


- 


Fisher, George S., 






33 


u 


- 


Foss, Joseph, 






38 


Cambridgep't. 


- 


Finney, Charles E., 






20 


Barnstable. 


- - 


Gowell, John W., 






25 


Ashland. . . 


- 


Gray, Edmund H., 






21 


Y'armouth. . . 


- 


Greenleaf, John W., 






35 


Dennis. . 


- 


Greenwood, Marcena L 


-'•5 




19 


Ashland. 




_ 


Hall, George G., . 






24 


Natick. 




- 


Hall, Hiram H., . 






20 


Dennis. 




■ - - 


Hall, Luther, 






19 


u 




_ 


Hall, Joseph W., . 






19 


a 




- 


Hall, Jeremiah G,, 






25 


u 




- - 


Hartshorn, Joseph W., 






21 


Ashland 




- 


Howes, Henry F., 






21 


Dennis. 




[for disability. 


Howes, Edwin, 






35 


u 




Discharged May 28, 1863, 


Harrimon, Henry G., 






25 


Ashland, . . 


Died Mar. S, 1863. 


Ives, Robert A., . 






18 


Cambridgep't. 


- 


Jones, Eliphalet J., 






20 


Ashland. . . 


- 


Jones, Enoch C, . 






44 


Brewster. . . 


" " 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



127 



Kemarks, 



Company E — Con. 
Jones, James B., . 
Jenkins, Ellis, 
Kingsley, Albert A., 
Libbey, Allen, 
Morse, Ezra, 
McCurdy, George A., 
McAnaney, Thomas, 
Marchant, Allen, . 
Mansir, John, 
Myrick, Joseph A., 
Mecarta, Elon S., 
Moulton, Elbridge, 
Ockington, Joseph P., 
Oler, Hermon, 
Pollard, Charles C, 
Perry, Russell, 
Payne, Dexter E., 
Paine, Benjamin F., 
Parker, John A., . 
Perkins, Augustus, 
Richardson, George W., 
Riley, William J., 
Rourke, James E., 
Seabury, Josiah W., 
Smalley, Peter B., 
Sharp, William, . 
Slocum, Smith P., 
Stokoe, Robert H., 
Scoboria, Peterly, 
Skerry, Michael, . 
Spooner, Stephen, 
Snow, David, 
Stiles, Arthur W., 
Thatcher, Franklin, 
Wyman, Benjamin F., , 
Wilkinson, William, 
Wenzell, Dana M., 
Wheeler, William H., 

Company F— Medford. 
Charles Currier, Captain, 
Alfred Haskell, 1st Lieut., 
Elisha N. Pierce, 2d Lieut., 
James F. Ginn, 1st Sergeant, 
George N. Williamson, Sergeant, 
David O. Floyd, " 

Francis A. Lander, " 

Charles Russell, " 

George M. Teel, Corporal, . 
Lyman M. Lee, " 



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17 
19 
28 
27 
33 
27 
23 
44 
19 
32 
22 
18 
30 
27 
40 
22 
18 
24 
29 
41 
24 
22 
18 
24 
19 
28 
23 
27 
18 
18 
18 
18 
20 
23 
40 
18 
18 



36 
31 
23 
21 
34 
24 
43 
27 
22 
25 



Barnstable. 

Cambridgep't. 

Barnstable. 

Cambridgep't. 

Ashland. 

Cambridgep't. 

Barnstable. 



Brewster, 

Yarmouth. 

Ashland. 

Hyannis. 

Ashland, 

Cambridgep 

Yarmouth 

Brewster. 

Ashland. 



Dennis. . 
Cambridgep't. 

Brewster. . 
Dennis. . . 
Hyannis. . 
Barnstable. 

Cambridgep't, 

li 

Lynn. . 

Ashland. 

Yarmouth. 

Ashland. 

Yarmouth. 

Lancaster. 

Cambridgep't. 

Ashland. 



Medford. 



128 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company F — Con. 
Everett Newhali, Corporal, 
Edwin C. Burbank, " 
Josiah W. Parker, " 
Geor<Te U. Kimball, " 
Aug.^G. Baxter, " 

Silas F. Wild, 

Charles H. Prentiss, Musician 
Lucius L. Woolley, " 
Charles C. Pierce, Wagoner, 
Adams, Joseph D., 
Adams, Samuel, . 
Bagley, Alonzo I., 
Brown, Hiram, 
Butters, Andrew', 
Bragdon, George W., 
Black, Lewis, 
Barker, William H. S., 
Breonahan, Jeremiah, 
Clark, Gorham B., 
'Currell, Elbridge G., 
Currell, Elbridge G., Jr., 
Curtin, Francis, . 
Curtin, Andrew, . 
Denham, David A., 
Davis, Samuel, 
Darling, Theodore, 
Dwyer, Thomas, 
Fett, Jacob, 
Farley, Thomas, . 
Gilson. William, . 
Gee, Nathaniel, . 
Gould, Thomas, . 
Garner, James, . 
Gray, Arthur W., 
Howard, James, . 
liooker, David S., Jr., 
Hayford, Seth, 
Harding, William, 
Harding, Stephen, 
Hartshorn, Hollis, 
Hervey, Frank, . 
Howe, Humphrey B., 
Hendarkin, Timothy, 
Hines, Ira, . 
Jones, William E,, 
James, John, 
Kimball, Isaiah W., 
Keene, Atwill C, 
Locke, James D., 
Litchfield, Joseph V., 



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42 
37 
28 
44 
20 
22 
21 
19 
42 
23 
35 
28 
29 
23 
24 
26 
19 
44 
24 
25 
27 
25 
25 
22 
18 
29 
21 
38 
28 
24 
21 
18 
28 
18 
31 
41 
37 
41 
24 
44 
42 
21 
26 
21 
22 
22 
24 
40 



Medford. 



[April 11, 1863. 
Discharged for insanity, 



Died June 17,1863. 



Deser'd Oct. 6,' 62. 

Trans, to 2d Keg. H'y Ar. 



Trans, to 2d Reg. H'y Ar. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



129 



X A M E S . 


< 


Eesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company F — Con. 








Lawrence, William, . . . 


44 


Medford. . . 


- - 


Lord, Stephen, 






28 


a 




- 


Looney, Timothy, 






22 


(1 




Deser'd Oct.12,'62. 


Mason, Edwin H., 






26 


(1 




- - 


McGillicuddy, James, 






25 


a 




- 


McAlear, James, 






33 


u 




- 


McKenney, Andrew, 






36 


" 




- 


Means, George W., 






35 


(( 




- 


Miller, George W., 






26 


u 




— — 


Mathews, Eben B., 






45 


li 




- 


McGillicuddy, Daniel, 






24 


ii. 




Died Dec. 1, 1862. 


Miller, William, . 






28 


li, 




Deser'd Oct.12,'62. 


Oliver, Samuel F., 






30 


i(. 




- - 


O'Connell, Michael, 






44 


u 




- 


O'Brien, Michael, 






35 


(( 




- 


Page, Ephraim C., 






34 


a 




- 


Peak, Horatio N., Jr., 






18 


ii. 




— - 


Powell, John F., . 






23 


ii. 




t 


Powers, James N., 






30 


li 




- 


Rich, Stillman, 






44 


ii 




- 


Reed, Alvin R,., . 






20 


ti 




_. 


Riley, Michael, . 






38 


11 




- 


Smith, Frank B., 






19 


a 




- 


Stimson, Alden M., 






38 


i( 




- 


Stevens, Alfred, . 






42 


i( 




- 


Stock, Henry, 






27 


(( 




- 


Sanborn, John H., 






43 


u 




- - 


Sampson, George H., 






22 


u 




- 


Towle, James, 






21 


(( 




- — 


Tay, Francis L, . 






43 


(( 




- 


Tyler, Daniel, . 






35 


a 




Deser'd Oct. 6, '82. 


Wood, Dexter T., 






34 


u 




- 


Willis, Calvin W., 






40 


a 




- 


Walker, Judson, . 






18 


(1 




- 


White, John M., . 






27 


a 




- 


Wheeler, William M., . 






27 


a 




- - 


Company G— Woburn, 




' 




William T. Grammar, Captain, . 


40 


Woburn. . . 


_ ,_ 


Chas. S. Converse, 1st Lieutenant, 


40 


li 




- 


Wm. A. Colgate, 2d Lieutenant, . 


40 


(1 




- 


John P. Stevens, 1st Sergeant, . 


24 


u 




- 


Horace N. Hastings, Sergeant, 


33 


li 




- 


James Walker, " 


37 


1( 




- - 


Thomas Glynn, " 


45 


(( 




- - 


Oliver W. Rogers, " 


21 


u 




- 


Samuel R. Dolliver, Corporal, 


38 


u 




- 


Thomas T. Ferguson, " 


28 


a 




- - 


Josiah Brown, " 


45 


li 




- 


George K. Home, " 


23 


li 




" " 



17 



130 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


® 

bo 

< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company G — Con. 








Ephraim W. Hadley, Corporal. . 


40 


Woburn. . . 


_ - 


Samuel E. Wyman, " 


27 


u 




_ _ 


Joseph Johnson, " 


43 


a 




— _ 


Thomas I. Hall, \\ 


26 


<( 




_ _ 


Thomas N. Sullivan, Musician, 


31 


u 




_ _ 


Samuel Rinn, " 


29 


u 




_ _ 


John B. Davis, Wagoner, 


42 


ii 




_ _ 


Ames Jacob,. 




39 


a 




— . _ 


Bancroft, George, . 






18 


ii 




- _ 


Blaisdell, Irving C, 






18 


a 




— _ 


Bowers, Charles R., 






43 


ii 




_ _ 


Buekman, Bowen, 2d, 






42 


n 




_ _ 


Buxton, Marshall F., 






25 


u 




_ _ 


Bulfinch, Henry, . 






40- 


(( 




_ _ 


Bulfinch, Edward, 






20 


(( 




— _ 


Burns, John, 






31 


(( 




_ _ 


Carroll, Charges E., 






27 


u 




— _ 


Carroll, Jerome, . 






18 


(( 




_ _ 


Colegate, William C. C 


> 




20 


(i 




_ _ 


Cottle, Edward C, 






19 


u 




_ _ 


Cummings, William H. 






22 


(( 




_ _ 


Cummings, Francis, 






23 


It 




_ _ 


Crockett, Charles L., 






18 


11 




_ _ 


Champney, Edwin G., 






19 


u 




_ _ 


Danforth, Daniel W., 






45 


ii 




_ _ 


Dearborn, George W., 






24 


11 




_ _ 


Dean, Henry U., . 






30 


(1 




_ _ 


Flagg, Charles A., 






43 


u 




^ _ 


Flagg, George A., 






21 


a 




_ _ 


Fletcher, Bernard, 






28 


a 




_ _ 


Foss, Charles H., . 






38 


a 




_ _ 


French, Samuel R., 






29 


u 




^ _ 


Fuller, Charles E., 






26 


a 




_ _ 


Gleason, Albert, Jr., 






18 


a 




_ _ 


Hart, Henry T., . 






25 


a 




_ _ 


Hall, Abiatha M., . 






25 


n 




_ _ 


Hopkins, Leonard F., 






21 


a 




_ _ 


Hill, Charles, 






40 


Belmont. 




_ »_ 


Jameson, Andrew, 




•^ 


44 


Woburn. 




_ _ 


Jones Luther F., . 






24 


(1 




_ _ 


Johnson, John H., 






21 


a 




_ _ 


Kelley, George A., 






19 


a 




_ _ 


Kimball, George W., 






35 


u 




_ _ 


Kimball, Charles M., 






21 


ii 




_ _ 


Kendall, William P., 






30 


a 




_ _ 


Kilborne, Walter A., 






36 


(1 




_ _ 


Knowlton, James H., 






30 


11 




_ _ 


Knox, Joseph J., . 






22 


it 




_ _ 


Lamon, George W., 






19 


(1 




— _ 


Lawrence, Eben H., 






24 


(( 




— — 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



131 



If A M E S . 


to 

<1 


Eesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company G — Con. 








LeBaron, Joseph F. S., 


26 


Woburn. . . 


- 


LeBaron, John S., 




20 


u 


- - 


Linnell, Joseph, . 






26 


li 


- 


Little, James, 






33 


it, 


- - 


Lord, Henry T., . 






32 


u 


- 


Lovejoy, Albert B., 






31 


u 


- - 


Marion, Horace E., 






19 


Burlington. 


— - 


Martin Thomas, . 






40 


Woburn. . . 


- - 


Moore, Milton, 






21 


u 


- - 


Murdock, Alexander, 






81 


u 


- 


Murphy, Michael K., 






25 


u 


- 


Nickles, John R., Jr., 






20 


Stoneham. . . 


- - 


Patten, Weston S., 






23 


Burlington. 


- 


Parker, George, . 






24 


Woburn. . . 


- 


Parker, Charles, . 






21 


" 


- 


Page, Alvin, 






28 


• " 


- 


Eichardson, Calvin W., 






23 


" 


- 


Richardson, Clark T., 






32 


(( 


- 


Richardson, Johnson, 






41 


u 


, - 


Richards, John M., 






34 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Stowers, Thomas P., 






23 


Woburn. . . 


„ 


Staples, Fort, 






24 


Burlington. 


- 


Stevens, Orrin W., 






32 


Woburn. . . 


- - 


Stevens, Oscar F., 






23 


Groveland. . • 


- 


Starkweather, Josiah F 


) • 




34 


Woburn. . . 


- 


Spear, William H., 






33 


11 


- 


Seeler, Montressor, 






24 


(( 


- 


Spencer, Eben R., 






34 


(( 


- 


Tay, John B., Jr., 






23 


" . ■• 


- 


Tabor, Newell D., 






29 


u 


-■ 


Taylor, Dennis, . 






34 


u 


- 


Tenney, Warren E., 






21 


(1 


- 


Wyman, John, 






45 


u 


- 


Walker, James H., Jr., 






29 


u 


- 


Wade, Martin Y.,. 






26 


u 


- 


Wood, Charles T., 






39 


u 


- - 


Winn, Otis K., , 






18 


u 


- 


Winn, Abel T., . 






25 


11. 


- 


Weston, Henry Gr., 






18 


u 


- - 


Company H— Charlestown. 








Caleb Drew, Captain, . 


33 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Walter Everett, 1st Lieutenant, . 


28 




- 


Daniel W. Davis, 2d " 


35 




- 


John M. Call, 1st Sergeant, . 


27 




- - 


Joseph Moulton, Sergeant, 




24 




- . 


William Spaulding, " 




23 




- 


Amos S. Hilton, " 




35 




- - 


Edward F. Everett, " 




22 




Disch'dJune6,'63. 


John C. Carr, Corporal, 




27 




• ' 



132 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


6 

< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company //—Con. 
Thomas R. Roulstone, Corporal, . 


22 


Charlestown. 




Chas. H. Allen, 


29 


u 


- - 


Horatio N. Doyle, " 


29 


(( 


- 


George Prescott, " 


31 


a 


. , - 


William D. F. Miller, 


24 


u 


- - 


Edward L. LeFevre, " 


18 


u 


. 


Benj. G. Blanchard, Jr., " 


26 


a 


. Died May 23, '63. 


Joseph H. Knox, Musician, . 


20 


i( 


. 


Joseph F. Mason, " 
Joseph Daniels, Wagoner, 
Archer, William H., 


• 


20 
19 
20 




. 


Archer, Edwin W., 






24 


1.1. 


- 


Allen, Frank E., ,. 






23 


(( 


_ - 


Akins, John, Jr., . 






21 


1.1. 


. 


Barstow, Edward F., 






34 


i( 


- - 


Beddoe, Thomas, . 






44 


(( 


- 


Bibrim, William F., 






27 


a 


- - 


Butts, William D., 






23 


(( 


- 


Barrett, John, Jr., 






29 


a 


- - 


Brazer, William H., 






36 


1.1. 


- - 


Bryant, John, 






18 


ii. 


- 


Conn, Henry, 
Colson, Charles A., 






44 
18 




— — 


Colbert, Lawrence E., 






21 


a 


- 


Cross, John, . 






20 


u 


- _ 


Claridge, Frederick, 






36 


a 


- - 


Davis, William W., 






39 


1.1. 


~ ^ ~ 


Dearborn, Daniel H., 






23 


a 




Darrell, John H., . 






21 


(( 


- 


Everett, Horace S., 






22 


1.1. 


- 


Emerson, Howard B., 






19 


1.1. 


- _ 


Edgerly, Lyinan W., 
Fowler, Henry S., 






22 
18 




- - 


Goss, James F., . 






23 


u 


- - 


Gay, John S., 






23 


W. Cambridge 


- 


Gordon, Charles H., 






22 


Charlestown. 


- 


Gary, Edwin F., . 
Harrington, Arthur, 






22 
22 


u 
u 


- - 


Hunting, Herbert W., 






19 


(( 


_ _ 


Holmes, Warner A., 






19 


(( 


_ _ 


Hildreth, Reuben, 






20 


11 


_ _ 


Hildreth, John P., 






16 


a 


_ _ 


Harding, Alvin W., 






20 


Lexington. . 


- _ 


Harding, Frederick H., 






18 


u 


— _ 


Hardy, Henry C, 
Ingalls, James P., . 






33 
34 


Charlestown. . 


- 


James, George, . 






18 


u 


- - 


Kenah, Ezra B., . 






19 


il 


- 


Leman, Frederick H., 






15 


(4 


- 


Lincoln, Charles E., 






22 


(.1. 


- - 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



133 



Company H—Con 
McAuslan, William Et., 
Morrill, George E., 
Header, John K., . 
MuUett, Thomas W., 
Morse, James A., . 
Mallon, Andrew J. 
Mann, Charles H., 
Miskelley, James W., 
Miskelley, Edward H., 
Mason, Theodore L., 
Melvin, William W., 
Nash, William H., Jr., 
Newcomb, Edward, 
Poor, Edwin PL, . 
Pease, Albion P., . 
Parshley, Alonzo V., 
Parshley, Sylvester, 
Parker, Daniel T., 
Prescott, Melvin, . 
Pomroy, Thomas J., 
Plaisted, George O., 
Eoulstone, Edwin A., 
Eeed, Thomas B., . 
Robinson, Frank T., 
Kobertson, Charles M., 
Ramsey, Royal, 
Raymond, Joel, Jr., 
Rice, Augustus R., 
Stoodley, Joseph E., 
Schillinger, Benjamin F., 
Seavey, Albert, . 
Schwartz, James L., 
Sumner, Stephen, 
Stevens, Edward L., 
Stiles, Samuel D., 
Titus, Daniel F., . 
Webster, George A., 
Williams, Samuel, Jr., 
Whittemore, Theodosius, Jr. 
Whitney, Henry L., 
Wiley, Samuel A., 
Whitney, Edward F., 



Company I— Marlboro'. 
Charles B. Newton, Captain, 
Andrew A. Powers, 1st Lieuten't. 
William S. Frost, 2d " . 

William D. Taylor, 1st Sergeant, . 
Samuel L. Holt, Sergeant, . 
George Balcom, " 



23 
25 
35 
19 
24 
23 
26 
22 
23 
24 
28 
34 
23 
20 
18 
22 
20 
21 
24 
28 
24 
25 
21 
18 
39 
36 
38 
22 
23 
25 
22 
19 
29 
22 
27 
19 
18 
29 
23 
29 
28 
19 



27 
31 
34 
33 
26 
30 



Charlestown. 



Lexington. . 
Charlestown. 



Melrose. 
Roxbury. . 
Charlestown. 



Disch. June 1, '63. 



Died Feb. 3, 1863. 



Bolton. . 

a 

Marlboro'. 



134 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

■i 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company I — Con. 
A. S. Trowbridge, Sergeant, 
Henry H. Perry, " 
Thomas W. Hazel, 1st Sergeant, 
Levi O. Cunningham, Corporal, 
Henry A. AVoodbury, 
John H. Sawyer, 
Amory S. Haynes, 
William Alley, 
Francis Babcock, 
William H. Larrabee, 
Frank Bean, 

Lewis T. Howe, Musician, 
Willard G. Bruce, " 
Micah B. Priest, Wagoner, 
Adams, Charles, . 
Andrews, Henry K. W. 
Babcock, Edmund B., 
Babcock, Harrison T., 
Babcock, William T., 
Barker, Jusdin D., 
Barnes, Joseph W., 
Bennett, Freeman E., 
Berry, John E., . 
Blake, Charles E., 
Blau, John, . 
Bliss, Charles H., . 
Bond, Edmund E., 
Bourdreau, Eusibee, 
Brewer, Theodore M., 
Brown, Edward A., 
Bullard, James M., 
Burgess, John F., 
Chase, Benjamin, 
Claflin, James F., 
Crosby, Ariel, 
Corser, George A., 
Dispeau, James F., 
Dumas, Peter, 
Ellis, George, 
Farnsworth, Luther H. 
Fogg, George, 
Flynn, Jeremiah, . 
Gibbs, Lyman, 
Gibbs, William, . 
Grenafihe, Claude, 
Hartford, Erastus G., 
Hastings, Augustus L., 
Hastings, Edward M., 
Hill, Charles W., . 
Holt, Stephen A., 



18 
18 
21 
23 
28 
26 
22 
47 
30 
30 
17 
18 
23 
45 
28 
21 
22 
21 
21 
34 
23 
19 
19 
28 
18 
21 
19 
18 
38 
23 
24 
21 
40 
28 
34 
18 
22 
23 
18 
33 
22 
21 
44 
39 
32 
32 
20 
21 
28 
21 



Bolton. 

Marlboro'. 

Concord, 

Marlboro'. 

Bolton. 



Marlboro'. 
Berlin. . 
Bolton. . 
Marlboro'. 
Berlin. . 

Marlboro'. 

u 

Berlin, . 

u 

Marlboro'. 

Bolton, . 
Marlboro'. 



Berlin. . 

Marlboro'. 

Southboro'. 
Marlboro'. 
Berlin. . 
Bolton. . 
Marlboro'. 



Bolton, . 

Li 

Marlboro'. 
Berlin, . 

Marlboro'. 

(( 

Shirley, . 

Bolton. . 

1.1, 

Marlboro', 

Berlin. . 
Marlboro'. 
Medway. 
Marlboro'. 



Disch'dAprill,'63. 



Disch'd June 6, '63. 

Disch'd June 6, '63. 
Died Oct. 23, 1862. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



135 



NAMES. 


6 

ho 

< 


Eesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company I — Con. 








Howe, Ephraim D., . 


20 


Marlboro'. . . 


- - 


Howe, George W., 






28 


Berlin. . . . 


- 


Howe, "Wallace, . 






31 


Marlboro'. . . 


- 


Hurlburt, James D., 






29 


Bolton. . . . 


- 


Jillson, James, 






18 


" ... 


- - 


Jordan, James W. 






18 


Marlboro'. . . 


- - 


Jourdan, John, 






29 


44 


- 


Kurtz, Charles, . 






31 


44 


- 


Lancy, Samuel 0., 






20 


44 


V 


Loftus, Martin J., 






19 


Concord. . . 


- - 


Lowell, Frank H., 






18 


Marlboro'. . . 


- 


Mclntire, John, . 






24 


44 


- 


Merrill, John A., . 






34 


Berlin. . . . 


- - 


Murphy, Richard, 






19 


Marlboro', . . 


Disch'd June 6, '63. 


Newton, Francis M., . 






20 


Bolton. . . . 


- 


Nourse, Andrew L., 






20 


44 


- 


Nourse, Joseph B., 






18 


Southboro'. 


- 


O'Brien, John, 






20 


Concord. . . 


- 


Pedrick, Joseph W., 






18 


Marlboro'. . . 


- 


Perry, Edward A., 






20 


44- 


- 


Pierce, William D., 






23 


Bolton. . . . 


- 


Priest, George 0., 






18 


Marlboro'. . . 


_ 


Priest, Gilman, 






43 


44 


- 


Page, Frank W., . 






18 


Berlin, . . . 


Disch'd Aprill, '63. 


Sawyer, Rufus C, 






31 


44 


- 


Smith, Augustus E., 






18 


Clinton. . . . 


- 


Smith, George W., 






19 


44 


_ - 


Smith, Stephen, . 






23 


Berlin. . . . 


- 


Spesrel, George, . 






25 


Marlboro'. . . 


- 


Stratton, Isaac C, 




• 


18 


Bolton. . . . 


- - 


Starkey, Charles D., 






24 


Berlin, . . . 


Died May 26, '63. 


Temple, George L., 






19 


Marlboro'. . . 


_ 


Temple, Henry M., 






18 


44 


- 


Temple, Marshall H., 






42 


44 


— — 


Whitcomb, David B., 






22 


Berlin. . . . 


_ 


White, Charles H., 






27 


Bolton. . . . 


_ _ 


White, Nathaniel H. 






20 


W. Cambridge. 


- - 


Wood, Henry, 






24 


Bolton. . . . 


- 


Wood, William V-, 






23 


Boston. • . . 


- - 


Woodlaury, Alfred I., 






28 


44 


- 


Works, George L., 






19 


Southboro'. 


— — 


Wright, Aaron W., 






18 


Marlboro'. . . 


- 


Wright, Albert A., 






24 


Westford. . . 


- - 


Wright, Charles E., 






35 


Marlboro'. . . 


- - 


Wright, Edward E., 






20 


Westford. . . 


- 


Company K— "Watertown. 




• 




Joseph Crafts, Captain, 


43 


Watertown. . 


_ — 


Florence C. Crowley, 1st Lieut., . 


28 


Waltham. . . 


_ - 


Ira J. Osborne, 2d Lieutenant, 


21 


Watertown. . 


^ 



136 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company K — Con. 
John H. Carter, 1st Sergeant, 
William F. Baldwin, Sergeant, 
John H. Whelon, 
Otis A. Whitcomb, " 

Charles Brigham, " 

Houghton S. Bainbridge, " 
James G. Wormwood, Corporal, 
Jacob C. Boyce, j^ " 

Charles Adams, " 

Seldon H. Rosebrook, " 
Joseph S. Perkins, " 

Zenas Winslow, " 

James A. Ellis, " 

Horace W. Otis, " 

William F. Fiske, " 

Thomas Miller, Musician, 
James Dunn, " 

Lyman H. Chase, Wagoner, , 
Arnold, Ambrose, 
Blanchard, James H., 
Bent, Judson, 
Brogan, Michael, 
Collins, John, 
Curtis, John D., 
Crowley, William, 
Carsons, Elbridge C, 
Carsons, Francis D., 
Derby, Amos L., . 
Daley, John, 
DeWyre, Andrew, 
Dardiss, Thomas, 
Dexter, George A., 
Fisher, Charles R., 
Foster, Charles, . 
Garrity, Patrick, . 
Gleason, Leonard W., 
Grant, Samuel, . 
Gillespie, John E., 
Howe, Charles A., 
Howes, Micajah C, 
Hill, Charles F., . 
Harrington, George E., 
Hilton, George C, 
Horn, George W., Jr., . 
Howard, Frederick A., 
Ireland, Edward C, 
Jones, William, . 
Joyce, Patrick, 
Kennedy, James, . 
Lindley, Austin W., 



24 

26 

30 

21 

21 

28 

36 

32 

21 

25 

21 

27 

18 

21 

26 

18 

15 

26 

18 

26 

18 

27 

18 

35 

18 

20 

18 

43 

33 

18 

18 

20 

43 

22 

21 

37 

24 

18 

22 

18 

18 

20 

18 

18 

44 

23 

18 

39 

44 

18 



Watertown 

Waltham. 

it. 

Watertown 
Waltham, 



Watertown 



Waltham 

u 

Watertown 
Waltham, 

a 

Watertown 
Essex. . 
Waltham. 
Watertown 

Waltham. 



Watertown 

Waltham. 

Walertown 



Waltham. 

Watertown 
Boston. . 
Wayland. 
Waltham 



Watertown 



Waltham. 
Watertown 



Died Jan, 9, '63. 



[Jan. 14, 18S3. 
Disch'ed for disability, 



Desr'd Oct. 22, '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fifth Regiment — Concluded. 



137 



NAMES. 


6 

60 

< 


Kesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company K — Con. 








Lyman, Joseph D., 


20 


Watertown. . 


- - 


McCabe, James F., 








21 


Waltham. 




- 


M'ullaly, John, 








22 


(( 




- 


McNamara, Joseph D. 








.19 


Newton, 




Desr'd Oct. 22, '62. 


Mc Bride, Michael, 








37 


Waltham, 




Disch'ed for disability, 


Nelson, Samuel, . 








41 


u 




[Jan. 30, 186.3. 


Nichols, George C, 








22 


Watertown 




- 


Otis, Ward M., . 








19 


(1 




- 


Ober, Peter A., . 








21 


K 




- 


Ober, Oliver M., . 








18 


(( 




- 


Parsons, William H., 


, 






42 


Waltham. 




- 


Pond, John A., . 








18 


W^atertown 




- 


Priest, Charles H., 








20 


(1 




- 


Pendershast, Thomas, 








18 


a 




_ _ 


Priest, Francis H., 








23 


Waltham, 




Died'Dec. 22, '62. 


Kand, Nahum, 








45 


(( 




- 


Eichardson, Edward F. 








23 


Watertown 




[Jan. 14, 1863. 


Russell, Jeremiah, Jr., 








18 


u 




Disch'ed for disability. 


Rhoades, George L., 








21 


« 




Desr'd Oct. 22, '62. 


Stackpole, Edwin A., 








21 


a 




- 


Smith, Thomas G., 








18 


Waltham. 




- 


Sullivan, Dennis, . 








18 


t4 




- 


Sibley, Mark N., . 








21 


Watertown 




- 


Sanger, Charles E., 








18 


(.i 




- 


Stanley John S., . 








27 


u 




- 


Stanton, Jacob C, Jr., 








28 


Winchester 




- - 


Shute, James G., . 








38 


Woburn. 




- 


Tyjihe, Joseph, 








18 


Watertown 




- 


Toole, Patrick, 








19 


ii 




- — 


Wilson, Daniel H., 








18 


u 




- 


Wilson, James, 








29 


a 




— — 



Before the regiment had been forty-eight hours in Newberu, 
and before its muskets and equipments had arrived from More- 
head City, (the landing place of the regiment,) orders were 
received to cook three days' rations and be prepared to start 
upon an expedition immediately. • 

As soon as their rations arrived, the companies commenced 
cooking them, and by great labor, continued through the night, 
the muskets and equipments were distributed to the men, and 
the regiment left camp at four o'clock on the following morning, 
October 30th, and embarked on board of transports for Wash- 
ington, N. C, which place they reached on the morning of the 
31st. At this place' the column was delayed until November 

18 



138 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

2d, awaiting the arrival of troops from Newbern by the overland 
route. 

At 7 o'clock, Sunday morning, the whole force, under the 
command of Major-General Foster, took up its line of march for 
Williamston. 

Tiie Fifth Regiment formed a part of the brigade under the 
command of Colonel Horace C. Lee, of the Twenty-Seventh 
Massachusetts Volunteers, in which it remained during the 
whole period of its term of service, very much to the satisfac- 
tion of the whole regiment, who considered themselves very 
fortunate, not only in being brigaded with such excellent 
regiments from Massachusetts, but in having for its brigade 
commander a thorough tactician, and who, 'by the superior skill 
and judgment which he displayed on many occasions while on 
the field of battle, and the uniform kindness shown to tliose 
under his command, won the most exalted opinion of every 
member of the regiment. 

There were some slight skirmishes with the enemy while on 
the route, but nothing of importance transpired during the 
time. The roads in many places were very wet and muddy,-and 
the weather, a portion of the time, cold and stormy, yet the 
regiment marched along with the most lively enthusiasm, and 
vied with the older regiments in preserving their files, and keep- 
ing tlieir places in the column, and were repeatedly compli- 
mented by their superior officers for the very excellent manner 
in which they conducted themselves on this, their first expe- 
dition. 

The regiment returned to camp on the morning of the 13th, 
having marched about 160 miles. 

From that time until the 10th of December, the regiment 
labored diligently to perfect themselves in drilling and the usual 
routine of camp duty. 

On- the morning of the 10th, the regiment left its camp to 
join an expedition to Goldsboro', having for its object the 
destruction of the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad near that 
place. 

The regiment was assigned the second post of honor, the 
extreme left of the column. 

The care of the wagon train was intrusted to the Fifth, and 
its progress was necessarily very slow, owing to the unusually 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 189 

bad condition of the roads, "which generally detained them very 
late on- the road, and seldom getting an opportunity to bivouac 
until midnight, and sometimes later ; and as they were obliged 
to move with the main column in the morning, their labors 
were very arduous and fatiguing. 

On the 14th, the regiment was detailed to guard the wagon 
train and to picket the different roads, to prevent the enemy 
from making a flank movement. Companies H, (Captain 
Drew,) and E, (Captain Kent,) were posted about three miles 
from regimental head-quarters, on a cross road leading to 
Kinston. About 10 o'clock, A. M., they were attacked by a 
large force of rebel cavalry ; the men stood their ground man- 
fully, and after a very spirited engagement, repulsed the enemy 
and drove them in great disorder towards Kinston. 

Company C (Captain Daniels,) was posted on the Wilmington 
road, and by a well-directed volley, dispersed a body of cavalry 
who were coming up the road, probably with the intention of 
cutting off some of our wagons. 

Companies G, (Captain Grammer,) and P, (Captain Currier,) 
were detailed to guard a bridge over South-west Creek, on the 
road to Kinston, and were kept continually on the alert by the 
enemy, who were seeking an opportunity to cross at that place, 
but who were prevented by the untiring exertions of the officers 
and men guarding that post. 

Company D, (Lieutenant Harden commanding,) was stationed 
about one mile in the rear, and Companies B, I and K in the 
immediate vicinity of the baggage train, and were obliged to 
exercise the utmost vigilance to prevent the enemy from 
destroying the train. 

The next morning, December 15th, the regiment rejoined the 
main column and marched 23 miles, and bivouacked within 
four miles of Whitehall. On the 16th occurred the battle of 
Whitehall, at the commencement of which the regiment still 
held the extreme left. After the battle had been raging nearly 
an hour, Lee's brigade was ordered to the front, and three of 
the Fifth Regiment were wounded. Passing on, after the 
battle, they bivouacked for the night within eight miles of 
Goldsboro'. 

On the morning of the 17th, the whole column was again in 
motion ; Lee's brigade having the advance, and reaching the 



140 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

railroad soon after 12 o'clock, M. The railroad bridge span- 
ning the Neuse River, and the telegraph wires, were soon 
destroyed, notwithstanding the great efforts made by the enemy 
to prevent it. Company D was deployed as skirmishers, and 
Company H to protect the party destroying the railroad. 

Most of the fighting, while the work of destruction was going 
on, was on the right of the line, near the railroad bridge. 

After the work of demolition had been completed, and the 
object of the expedition had been accomplished, a return to 
Newborn was ordered. 

The retrograde had already commenced, and the main body 
of the troops was well on its way, leaving Lee's brigade, to 
which the Fifth Regiment was attached, still on the field, when 
the enemy, who had been reinforced, came out from the cover of 
the woods to which they had been driven, and advanced, as if 
to make a charge upon the brigade. A battery was immediately 
ordered into position, and the Fifth Regiment ordered to 
support it. 

The rebels advanced rapidly yelling like fiends, and evidently 
feeling confident of routing the small force remaining on the 
field, and capturing the artillery. 

When the rebels had advanced within about five hundred 
yards of our troops, our batteries opened on them a murderous 
fire of shells and canister, sweeping them down in large num- 
bers, and speedily checking their progress; a second time they 
essayed to advance, but when within three hundred yards the 
heavy cross fire of the batteries and musketry compelled them 
to retreat in great disorder, seeking shelter behind a rail fence, 
escaping from thence to the woods on their left, as they best 
could ; the firing was kept up on them as they attempted to 
form in line of battle in the edge of the woods, to renew the 
charge, making large gaps in their ranks, and twice bringing 
their flag to the ground, and they were soon compelled to 
abandon the field, and again seek the cover of the woods. 

Just before the final repulse of the rebel infantry, the enemy 
opened fire upon the brigade from a concealed battery in the 
woods on our left, seeming to direct their fire principally upon 
the Fifth Regiment. 

For upwards of two hours the shot and shell flew thick 
and fast around the regiment, and twice were its colors 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 141 

pierced by fragments of shell before the enemy's guns could 
be silenced. 

The courage and steadiness of the regiment were severely 
tested in the attempted charges by the enemy, and the unex- 
pected fire from the concealed battery, yet not a man flinched, 
but stood their ground, facing the enemy without faltering, 
preserving their line, and promptly obeying the orders of their 
officers as coolly as if on parade. 

The officers of the battery which the Fifth supported, spoke 
warmly in praise of the conduct of the regiment, under the 
trying circumstances in which they were placed. 

When the enemy's fire had been completely silenced, the 
brigade resumed its march towards Newbern, passing through 
a brook as they marched off the field, to their arm-pits in 
water, which had been let on from a mill-pond by the rebels, 
when they made their desperate, but unsuccessful attempt to 
cut off the expected retreat of our troops. 

But neither fire nor water could depress the spirits of the 
men who were conscious of having performed their duty, and 
although the air was bitter cold, they were obliged to march 
seven miles to camp in their wet clothes. 

During the return to Newbern, the regiment acted as the 
rear-guard. 

The regiment reached its camp on Sunday, December 21st, 
having marched about one hundred and eighty miles while 
absent on the expedition, and having had ten men wounded. 

Shortly after its return, General Foster issued an order 
directing the regiment to inscribe on its banners the names of 
the battles of Kinston, Whitehall, and Goldsboro'. 

On the 21st of January orders were received to fortify the 
camp ; the work was commenced immediately, and a detail of 
one hundred and fifty men was made daily for that purpose, 
from the regiment, and in two weeks the before unprotected 
sides of the camp were enclosed in earthworks, nearly thirteen 
hundred feet in length, and seven feet in height, surrounded 
with a trench ten feet in depth. Upon the completion of the 
fortifications, General Foster designated the work as Fort Peir- 
son, in compliment to the colonel of the Fifth Regiment. 

On the 21st of February, Company G, (Captain Grammer,) 
was detailed to garrison Forts Hatteras and Clark, at Hatteras 



142 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S EEPORT. [Jan. 

Inlet, at which place they remained until the return of the 
regiment to Massachusetts. 

Company D, (Captain Howard,) was also detailed for gar- 
rison duty at Plymouth, N. C, returning to the regiment on 
the 4th of May. 

From the completion of the fort until the 13th of March, 
the time was occupied in brigade, regimental, and company 
drills, when, in consequence of the appearance of the enemy at 
Deep Grully, eight miles from Newborn, Lee's brigade, with two 
batteries, was ordered out to repel any attack that might be 
made in that direction, as the enemy had already driven in our 
pickets ; at 6 o'clock, P. M., just fifteen minutes after the 
order was received, the regiment was in line and started to. 
join the other regiments composing the brigade. 

The column under the command of General Palmer marched 
until 9 o'clock, P. M., when it halted for the night, seven miles 
from Newbern, where the troops passed a cheerless night, 
exposed to the cold night air, without fire and obtaining very 
little sleep. On the morning of the 14th, the anniversary of 
the battle of Newbern, the column advanced slowly towards 
Deep Gully, and had just commenced skirmishing with the 
enemy, when intelligence was received that the rebels had 
commenced their real attack on the north side of Newbern, 
and the whole force was ordered to return to that place. 

The Fifth remained under arms in garrison, until the retreat 
of the e nemy, on the night of the 15th. 

On the fourth of April, the regiment with other troops, 
embarked on transports for Washington, N. C, for the relief 
of General Foster, and the garrison at that place. The fleet 
proceeded up the Pamlico River, within eight miles of Wash- 
ington, where formidable rebel batteries were discovered, in a 
commanding position at Hill's Point. After several ineffectual 
attempts by the gunboats to destroy the enemy's works, the 
troops were ordered to return to Newbern. 

The regiment reached its camp on the morning of the 7th. 

On the following day the regiment joined an expedition to 
Washington by land, under the command of General Spinola ; 
on reaching Blount's Creek, 21 miles from Newbern, on the 
afternoon of the 9th, the enemy were found in strong force 
intrenched on a hill on the opposite side of the creek, approach- 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 143 

able only by a narrow mill-dam completely enfiladed by the 
enemy's guns. 

The nature of the ground, swampy and covered with an 
impenetrable growth of trees, prevented a flank movement by 
our forces, and after a short engagement, the troops were 
ordered to return, and the regiment reached its camp late on 
the night of the 10th. , 

Thursday, April 16th, was observed as a holiday at Fort 
Peirson, in honor of the raising of a new garrison flag on the 
flag-staif wrought out by members of the regiment from a stately 
pine tree cut in the forest near the fort. An address was made 
by the chaplain of the regiment, original and selected songs 
were sung by the glee club, several patriotic airs were played by 
the regimental band, and the festivities, which were conducted 
in the home style, formed an agreeable episode in camp life. 

On the 17th of April, an expedition, in which the Fifth Regi- 
ment was included, started for Washington by land, taking the 
same route as before. Arriving at Blount's Creek at sunset on 
the 18th, the enemy's works were found to be desorted, and the 
column encamped for the night just beyond the rebel fortifica- 
tions. The march was resumed the next morning, the enemy 
retreating as we advanced, and successively abandoning their 
formidable fortifications which lined the road to Washington. 

The Fifth Regiment entered Washington on the morning of 
the 20th, the enemy having retreated to Greenville. 

Company B, (Captain Parker,) was detailed to picket the 
Greenville road. 

On the 22d, the regiment embarked on board the steamer 
Escort for Newborn, and arrived at camp at six oclock, P. M., 
of the same day. 

On the 27th, the regiment was ordered to join the expedition 
toward Kinston, uiider the command of General Palmer. The 
regiment proceeded to Batchelder's Creek by railroad, and 
marched thence in the evening by a circuitous route through 
the forest to Cove Creek, twelve miles beyond Batchelder's 
Creek, encamping there for the night. 

The regiment remained ^t Cove Creek during the 28th and 
29th, the companies performing picket duty on the several roads 
in the vicinity. On the 30th, Colonel Peirson was ordered to 
reconnoitre the enemy's works at Mosely Creek, with a view of 



144 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

ascertaining their character, the force of the enemy, and the 
topography of the intervening country. The regiment left 
camp at 8 o'clock, A. M,, and after proceeding about ten miles, 
the skirmishers encountered and drove in the rebel pickets. 

Reaching the vicinity of the rebel fortifications, they were 
found to be located in a well-chosen position in Gum Swamp at 
the intersection of Mosely Creek witli. the railroad and the 
Dover road. Having accomplished the object of the expedition, 
after drawing the enemy's fire, and finding they were in strong 
force, the regiment returned to Cove Creek, which they reached 
at 7 o'clock, P. M., having marched twenty-four miles during 
the day over miry roads, under a scorching sun. 

General Palmer congratulated Colonel Peirson on the suc- 
cessful accomplishment of the object of the reconnoissance, highly 
complimenting him for the skill and prudence with which he 
conducted it, and also spoke warmly in praise of the conduct of 
the officers and men on the march and in the presence of the 
enemy. 

May 1st, the regiment returned to Newbern by railroad. 

From May 6th, the regiment furnished the pickets on the 
railroad near Newbern. 

On the 21st of May, Lee's brigade, which was designated at 
that time as the Second Brigade, First Division, Eighteenth 
Army Corps, under the command of Colonel Peirson of the 
Fifth Massachusetts, accompanied by three pieces of Rigg's 
Battery, and three companies of cavalry, left Newbern on 
another expedition into the interior, with the Fifty-Eighth 
Pennsylvania Volunteers, for the purpose of attempting the 
surprise and capture of the rebel force in the fortifications at 
Mosely Creek, reconnoitered by the Fifth Regiment three weeks 
previously. 

The expedition reached Cove Creek late in the afternoon. 
Here the column was divided. The Fifth, Twenty-Fifth and 
Forty-Sixth Massachusetts Volunteers started at midnight, for 
the purpose of making a demonstration in the enemy's front. 
While tlie Twenty-Seventh Massachusetts and Fifty-Eighth 
Pennsylvania, under command of Colonel Jones, of the Fifty- 
Eighth, by a circuitous route gained the rear of the rebel works. 

Arriving in front of the rebel fortifications on the morning of . 
the 22d, the troops formed in line of battle, with the Twenty- 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 145 

Fifth Massachusetts on the riglit, the Forty-Sixth in the centre 
supporting the battery, .and the Fifth, under Lieutenant-Colonel 
Boyd, on the left, and skirmishers were thrown out to attract 
the attention of the enemy. 

A sharp fire of musketry was maintained between the skir- 
mishers and the rebels, who several times sallied from their 
works, but were each time speedily driven in. 

Shortly after 9 o'clock, A. M., the report of musketry in the 
woods beyond the intrenchments, announced that Colonel 
Jones had succeeded in gaining the enemy's rear, and Colonel 
Peirson ordered his whole force to charge on the enemy 
immediately. 

The rebels thus simultaneously attacked in front and rear, 
were at once thrown into a panic, and fled in great confusion. 
They were pursued by our troops, who captured about 200 
prisoners, 43 horses and mules, 8 ambulances, 17 wagons, one 
gun, 500 stand of arms, 17 rounds of ammunition, and the 
entire hospital furniture and supplies of the enemy. 

At 5 o'clock, P. M., after collecting the captured property 
and levelling the fortifications, the line was formed to return. 
At this moment a rebel force from Kinston opened an artillery 
fire on the most advanced of our troops without doing any 
hal-m, but their fire was quickly silenced by our battery. 

A portion of the enemy followed our troops on their return, 
occasionally tlirowii^g a shell over our heads, without effect. 

The column reached Cove Creek at 10|, P. M., and returned 
to Newbern the next day, the 23d. 

■ This was the last expedition in which the regiment was 
engaged, and in some respects the hardest, owing to the intense 
heat of the weather, and the miry swamps and almost impene- 
trable jungles on the line of march. 

On the 26th, 400 men, under command of Major Worcester, 
proceeded to Wilkinson's Point, on the Neuse river, 20 miles 
below Newbern, to erect and occupy fortifications at that place, 
but the order having been countermanded, the detachment 
returned to camp on the 28th. 

On the 30th, Companies B, E, H, I and K, were detailed for 
picket duty at Deep Gully, remaining at that place ten days. 
100 men were also detailed to build fortifications between Fort 
Rowan and the Neuse river. 

19 



146 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

During the remainder of its' stay in Newbern, the regiment 
was employed in picket duty, and in working in the intrench- 
ments. 

The regiment left North Carolina on the 22d of June, and 
reported next day at Fortress Monroe, to tender their services 
to the government if the emergency required them, but in con- 
sequence of their term of service having so nearly expired, 
they were ordered to proceed directly to Boston, arriving in 
Boston Harbor on the afternoon of the 25tli, and landing on the 
morning of the 26th, when the regiment received an enthusi- 
astic ovation from the citizens of Boston and the authorities 
and inhabitants of Charlestown and vicinity; along the whole 
route, crowds of people had assembled to welcome the return 
of this favorite regiment to Massachusetts. 

The regiment was mustered out of service, at Wenham, 
July 2d. 

From the foregoing narrative, it will be seen that the Fifth 
Regiment performed an unusual amount of arduous service 
during the term of its enlistment, beginning but a few hours 
after it first set foot on hostile soil, and continuing until the 
eve of its departure for Massachusetts. 

During its term of service, the regiment marched about 600 
miles over the wretched roads of North Carolina, and sailed 
over 2,000 miles in crowded transports. 

Performing every duty required of it with alacrity and fidel- 
ity, and exhibiting unshaken fortitude when severely tested, it 
secured the high esteem of the veteran troops with whom it was 
associated, and won high praise from its brigade, division and 
corps commanders. 

When leaving Newbern, it received the compliment of an 
escort from the brigade to which it had been attached, under 
the command of Colonel H. C. Lee, who took advantage of the 
occasion to address the officers and men of the regiment as 
follows :-— 

Mr. (jommander, Fellow- Officers and Soldiers: 

Although unaccustomed to public speaking, I cannot, in justice to ray 
own feelings, part with you without expressing my respect for you, and 
my gratitude for the promptitude and cheerfulness with which you have 
obeyed all my orders, whether you were commanded to march to the 
deadly battle-field, or to appear for drill or review 



1864.] . HOUSE— No. 100. 147 

I had heard before the regiment came to this department, of its honor- 
able reputation, and I was proud when I learned that it was to be 
included in the brigade under iny command. 

That pride has been continually strengthened by the faithfulness with 
which you have performed your duties. 

You had scarcely time to realize that you were on the enemy's soil, 
when you were ordered on a tedious and hazardous march ; and this 
you have followed up, with brief intervals, by frequent expeditions, 
leaving but little time for rest. 

You may, perhaps, think you have done more than your share of 
labor, by engaging in more expeditions, enduring longer marches, and 
pei'forming more arduous service than any other nine months regiment, 
or even the three years troops, in the same period of time. But you 
should remember the Scripture saying, that " Whom the Lord loveth 
he chasteneth," and accept the toils and hardships you have borne as a 
proof of the good opinion of your commanding general, who calls most 
frequently into service those regiments in whom he has the most 
confidence. 

I shall follow you to your farms, your workshops and your counting- 
houses, with the warmest feelings of friendship, and shall always remem- 
ber your services with gratitude and satisfaction. 

Just before the departure of the regiment, a note was received 
from General Foster, of which the following is a copy: — 

Head-Quarters Eighteenth Corps, ) 
Newbern, June 22, 1863. ) 

Colonel George H. Peirson, commanding Fifth Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia : 

The term of service of your regiment having expired, you are about 
to leave this department. 

Your regiment has at all times faithfully performed their duty : 
whatever they have done, has been well done. 

The commanding general desires to express his regret at bidding you 
farewell, and the hope that he may soon have the pleasure of welcom- 
ing many of your members back again. 

Very respectfully and truly, 

And by command of 

Major-General Foster. 
Southard Hoffman, Assistant-Adjutant-General. 



148 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 



Albert S. Follansbee, Colonel, 
Melvin Beal, Lieut. Colonel, 
Charles A. Stott, Major, 
Thomas O. Allen, Adjutant, 
William G. Wise, Quartermaster, 
Charles H. Coburn, " 

Walter Burnham, Surgeon, . 
Otis M. Humphrey, As't Surgeon 
George E. Pinkham, " " 

John W. Hanson, Chaplain, 
William F. Lovrien, Serg't Major, 
Oliver F. Swift, Q. M. Sergeant, . 
Charles H. Coburn, Com'y Serg't, 
John T. Billings, " 

Elisha L. Davis, Prin'l Musician, . 
Frank J. Milliken, Hosp'l Stew'd,. 
Isaiah Hutchins, " " 

Company A— Lowell. 
Andrew C. Wright, Captain, 
Alfred J. Hall, 
Enoch J. Foster, 1st Lieut., 
George W. Snell, " " 

Solomon Clark, 2d Lieut., . 
James M. Torser, 1st Sergeant, 
Henry M. Woodward, Sergeant, 
Irvin Gray, " 

George W. Frost, " 

Henry S. McAlister, " 

Josiah H. Stokes, " 

Henry H. Braun, Corporal, 
Benjamin F. Shaw, " 
Charles A. Davis, " 
John W. Tilton, " 

John C. Hobbs, 
Benjamin Melvin, " 
William Barker, " 

Peter Devlin, " 

Orrin K. Park, " 

Horace H. Rollins, Musician, 
Andrew C. Wright, Jr., " 
Adoniram J. Colgrove, Wagoner 
Andrews, Charles E., . 
Allen, Thomas, 
Bowers, Edwin S., 
Blood, Joseph, 
Brooks, Firth, 
Bramhall, John, . 
Bradley, Michael, 



42 
25 
24 
35 

27 
28 
26 
19 
33 
26 
58 
28 
29 
26 
19 
25 
35 
30 
20 
21 
22 
17 
30 
20 
43 
24 
42 
29 
28 
33 



Lowell. . 

Lawrence 

Lowell 



Natick. 

Lowell 

Haverhill 

Lowell. 

Boston. 

Lowell, 



Acton, 



Lowell, 



Tyngsbo 
Lowell 



Ees'd Jan. 26,1863. 

Promoted from Com'ry 
[Serg't, Jan. 29, 1863. 



Prom, to Q. JM., Ja.29,'63. 
Pro. from priv.,Feb.5,'63. 
Mustered out, Oct.29,"62. 
Dis. Mar. 4,'63, disability. 
Pro. from priv.,Mar.4,'63. 

Disch. Nov. 26, '62. 

Pro.from 2d Lt, Ja. 3,'63. 

Disch. Feb. 20, '63. 

Pro.from 1st Sgt. to 2d Lt. 

Ja.3,tolstLt.,Fe.24,'63. 

Pro.from 1st Sgt.to 2d Lt. 

[Feb. 24, 1863. 



[1863, for disability. 
Discharged January 24, 



Died Nov. 15, '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



149 



Company A — Con. 
Burns, Patrick, 
Brittan, William, . 
Chapin, Samuel, . 
Cusack, Patrick, . 
Connelly, John, . 
Cavanaugh, Michael, 
Connor, James, . 
Cleworth, Aaron, 
•onway, George, 
Collins, Patrick, 
Church, Thomas, 
Cheever, Oliver, 
Callahan, Barnard, 
Coburn, Orin G., 
Crocker, George S., 
Dunnigan, Stephen, 
Donnelly, Frank, 
Delaney, Thomas, 
Derbyshire, Thomas, 
Devno, Peter, 
Davis, Albert T. L., 
Elliott, John P., 
Freeman, Benjamin, 
Grant, John, 
Goodall, Jotham, 
Hill, Joshua, 
Henright, James, 
Howaith, Thomas, 
Harrison, Levi, . 
Herrick, Andrew J., 
Keough, Michael, 
Lynch, Martin, 
Lee, James W., . 
Murphy, Jeremiah, 
Marston, Charles S., 
Maher, James, 
McClusky, Hugh, 
Morrowson, Dependance, 
Moran, Michael, . 
Masterson, James J., 
Nuthall, James, . 
Nesmith, George, 
O'Connell, James J., 
O'Neill, Daniel, .. 
O'Brian, Daniel, . 
Park, Alexander, 
Packard, Amos, 
Eogers, John, 
Rogers, Thomas, 
Rafferty, John, . 



38 
30 
28 
18 
24 
18 
44 
31 
18 
25 
32 
44 
19 
23 
22 
18 
19 
18 
39 
26 
20 
38 
30 
18 
44 
35 
22 
23 
40 
28 
32 
18 
24 
28 
20 
19 
19 
38 
44 
18 
27 
20 
19 
22 
43 
22 
44 
18 
19 
42 



Lowell. 



Dracut. 

a 

Lowell. 
Dracut. 
Lowell. 



Died Nov. 30, '62. 



Disch. Dec. 28, '62. 



Deser., Sep. 12,'62. 



150 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


60 
< 


Kesidence. 


Kcmarks. 


Company A — Con. 








Simpson, Joseph, 
Snow, William H., 






39 
37 


Lowell. . . . 
Dracut. . . . 


_ - 


St. Ledger, Patrick, 






35 


Lowell. . . . 


— — 


Short, George, 






18 


a 


— — 


Slowey, James, . 






23 


(C 


— "" 


Sullivan, James, . 






19 


a 


— 


Scully, Morty, 
Scott, James, 






20 
25 




Deser. Mar. 14, '63. 


Toomey, Dennis, 






28 


" 


- % 


TuUy, Thomas, . 






29 


" 


— T 


Thornton, James, 






31 


If 


— — 


Thompson, John, 






30 


4( 


— ~ 


Whalen, John, 






39 


U 


— 


Wood, Thomas W., . 






27 


11. 


— ~ 


Webster, Abram M., . 






26 


'" 


— — 


Whittier, James W., . 






22 


" 


— — 


Whittemore, Daniel A., 






29 


Tewksbury. . 


- - 


Wheeler, Enos H., 






23 


Lowell. . . . 


— — 


Young, Lewis A., 






27 


u 


" ■" 


Company B— Groton. 








George F. Shattuck, Captain, 


24 


Groton. . . . 


[camp by pistol shot. 


Samuel G. Blood, 1st Lieutenant, . 


37 


u 


Accidentally injured in 


Edward D. Sawtell, 2d Lieut., . 


28 


• • 


Killed in action, Jan. 30, 
1863. 


Joseph A. Bacon, 2d " 


26 


" 


Promot'd from 1st Serg't 


William P. Childs,lst Sergeant, . 


41 


u 


[February 9, 1863. 


George H. Stahl, Sergeant, . 


23 


li 


- - 


Harrison Waitt, " 




20 


" 


- — 


Franklin M. Jewett, " 




34 


Westford. . . 


— — 


George R. Shattuck, " 




25 


Groton. . . . 


^ - - 


Thomas Gilson, Corporal, 




23 


" 


— — 


Ellery C. Wright, " 




18 


Westford. . . 


- — 


Daniel S. Kendall, " 




28 


Groton. . . . 


- - 


Charles A. Luce, " 




18 


Pepperell, . . 


Wound'd at Hebron Ch. 


Charles M. Lovejoy, " 




21 


Groton. . . . 


— — 


Henry B. Story, " 




18 


Pepperell. . . 


- 


Charles H. Balcom, " 




21 


u 


Died Jan. 7, 1863. 


Charles L. Nutting, Wagonc 


r, 


40 


- 


Discharged for disability 


Balcom, George H., 




21 


Pepperell. . . 


[Jan. 7, 1863. 


Blood, George, 






24 


Westford. . . 


[1863. 


Blodgett, George W., 






18 


a 


Killed in action, Jan. 30, 


Blood, Charles, 






38 


Gi'oton. . . . 


- 


Brierham, Abel R., 






18 


- 


- 


Cain an, Timothy, . 






28 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Childs, George W., 






18 


Groton. . . . 


- 


Clark, Charles N., 






18 


u 


- 


Colburn, Gilbert, . 






39 


u 

• 


- 


Cragin, Francis W., 






18 


" 


— — 


Cordon, John, 






18 


u 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



151 



NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company B — Con. 








Dodge, Edwin P., .... 


19 


Groton. . . . 


[Nov. 20, 1862. 


Donnelly, Joseph, . 




25 


Lowell, 




Discharged for disability 


Farnsworth, George H., 




20 


Groton, 




Wound'd at Hebron Ch. 


Farnsworth, Henry M., 




21 






- 


Fitch, Joseph, 




41. 






- 


Gilson, Daniel, 






26 






— — 


Gilson, Sumner, . 






18 






- 


Gale, Bowman S., 






23 






- 


Harnden, Albert H., 






18 






[30, 1863. 


Hildreth, Charles W., 






20 


Pepperell, . . 


Slightly -wounded Jan. 


Hayes, William H. I., 






18 


- 


[30-dicd Feb. I, 1863. 


Howard, Francis S., 






35 


Westford, . . 


"Wounded in action Jan. 


Knight, Isaac S., . 






44 


Groton. . . . 


- - 


Kiiburn, Charles E., 






26 


Shirley. . . 


- - 


Lawrence, George R., 






18 


Groton. . . . 


[15, 1863. 


Lillis, George F., . 






18 


u 


Slightlj' wounded May 


McDonald, James, 






25 


Lowell. . . . 


- - 


Madden, Daniel H., 






19 


- - 


[Jan. 14, 1863. 


Mansfield, Frederick L 


1 




19 


Groton, . . . 


Discharged for disability 


Nutting, Edward D., 






20 


(i 


- — 


Pierce, Richard, . 






20 


Townsend. . . 


- 


Patch, George F., . 






20 


Groton. . . . 


- 


Patch, William F., 






21 


a 


- - 


Richardson, George H. 






21 


(( 


- 


Richardson, Rufus B., 






18 


" 


- _ 


Reed, William, 






39 


Westford. . . 


[30-died Feb. 27, 1863. 


Reed, Augustus, . 






18 


u 


Wounded in action Jan. 


Richardson, Alfred A., 






20 


Groton, . . . 


Died Dec. 8, 1862. 


Russell, George, . 






35 


a 


- 


Shattuck, Amos L., 






37 


li 


- _ 


Shattuck, Henry R, 






18 


i< 


- - 


Smith, Dexter D., 






37 


u 


- 


Stevens, Kimball A., 






35 


Dunstable. . . 


_ _ 


Short, William, . 






45 


Lowell. . . . 


- - 


Souther, Warner H., 






23 


Groton. . . . 


- '- 


Stackpole, W^illiam T., 






18 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Turner, Albert D., 






18 


Townsend. . . 


- - 


Thorning, Augustus W 


5 




27 


Ashby. . . . 


- 


Tully, Thomas, . 






35 


Lowell. . . . 


_ 


Tileston, Charles H., 






18 


- - 


- _ 


Whiting, John E., 






19 


Pepperell. . . 


- 


Wright, Charles A., 






19 


Townsend. 


— — 


Woods, Charles G., 






20 


Westford. . . 


~ _ 


Wooster, John J., . 






24 


Groton. . . . 


- - 


Whitney, William M., 






23 


Westford. . . 


- _ 


Whitney, John H., 






27 


u 


[1863. 


Withington, Alanson, 






19 


Townsend, 


Killed in action Jan. 30, 



152 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPOET. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company C— Lowell. 
John C. Jepson, Captain, 
John W. Hadley, 1st Lieuten't., 
Isaac N. Marshall, 2nd " 
Benjamin, F. Goddard, 1st Sergt., 
John H. Lakin, Sergeant, . 
Bradbury N. Robinson, Sergeant, 
James B. Trueworthy, " 

William B. McCurdy, " 

John A. Richardson, Corporal. 
Edward G. Tuckerman, " 
Albert A. Manning, " 

Leonard Brown, " 

Morrill C. Gove, " 

Rufus K. Green, " 

Andrew J. Burbajik, " 

Ai F. Eggleston, " 

George W. Swain, " 

Franklin P. Norris, Musician, 
Harlan O. Page, " 

Henrjr Martin, Wagoner, 
Aldrich, Nelson P., 
Allen, Hanson W., 
Austin, Norman I., 
Bruce, Henry C, . 
Bill, Charles" R., . 
Blake, William J., 
Gaverly, John H., 
Clarke, James G., 
Cady, Ransom E., 
Carle, Henry,* 
Carter, Horace A., 
Crockett, John G., 
Clifford, Alonzo P., 
Conway, Joseph, . 
Donahue, Charles A., 
Derby, Reuben A., 
Dadmun, Henry H., 
Dow, Timothy F., 
Drake, George H., 
Delano, Orlando G., 
Day, Alfred, 
Dorr, William H., 
Eames, Asgill H., 
Evans, Benjamin F., 
Frost, Lewis H., . 
French, Luther A., 
Freeman, Benjamin F. 
Fox, George L, . 
Godfrey, Blaney, . 
Greenleaf, Wellington, 



44 

34 
28 
23 
24 
20 
34 
22 
22 
21 
41 
41 
38 
33 
26 
32 
23 
17 
17 
33 
20 
33 
26 
35 
24 
21 
18 
23 
34 
23 
36 
26 
29 
42 
23 
32 
21 
22 
20 
31 
36 
27 
20 
29 
18 
18 
18 
21 
25 
24 



Lowell. 



[30, 1863. 
Slightly Tvounded Jan. 



Died Dec. 24, '62. 



[tiron Churcli. 
Taken prisoner at He- 



[Ma3- 15, '63— since died 
Wouud'd & taken pris'r 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



153 



NAMES. 


< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company C — Con. 








Graham, George, .... 


29 


Lowell. . . . 


- — 


Gray, George A., 






23 


(( 




- 


Gragg, George G., 






26 


u 




— — 


Goodhue, Charles VV., 






31 


u 




[died in rebel hospital. 


Goodhue, David H., 






28 


a 




Wounded May 15, 1863. 


Gardner, Theodore F., 






19 


11 




[1863. 


Gray, George H., . 






27 


Tewksbury 




Kill'd in action, May 15, 


Hamblett, Albert, 






18 


Lowell. . 




- - 


Hanaford, George G., 






40 


(1 




- 


Hartley, Henry A., 






21 


K 




- - 


Hatch, William T., 






22 


11 




— — 


Jones, Prescott L., 






19 


Dracut. . 




- 


Johnson, Cyrus P., 






33 


Lowell. . 




- 


King, Gardner W., 






20 


11 




- 


Knapp, Joel, 






27 


It 




[15, 1863-died May 16. 


Kieth, John H., . 






19 


11 




Wounded in action May 


Lincoln, Marshall, 






34 


11 




— — 


Leslie, John, 






28 


11 




- 


Metcalf, Greenleaf W., 


Bugler, 




29 


u 




_ 


Murphy, James, . 






31 


11 




- — 


Mansur, Rodney, . 






22 


11 




- — 


McLennan, George W. 






19 


11 




— 


Matthews, George, 






22 


Winthrop. 




- 


Nichols, Moses G., 






30 


Lowell. . 




- 


Nary, Daniel, 






28 


11 




- 


Northum, George R., 






25 


11 




— 


Osborn, Edmund H., 






33 


11 




- 


Otis, George D., . 






22 


11 




- 


Parkhurst, Alfred G., 






24 


Chelmsford 




- 


Pendergast, Isaac B., 






23 


Lowell. . 




[bron Churoli,, 


Pierce, Lewis A., 






21 


11 




Wounded in leg at He- 


Proctor, George H., 






18 


11 




- - 


Richardson, Julian A., 






19 


11 




- 


Ring, Albert F., . 






23 


11 




Disch. Mar. 30, '63. 


Smart, Josiah T., . 






32 


Chelmsford 




Wounded at Deserted 


Sherman, William H., 






37 


Lowell. . 




[House. 


Sanborn, Frederick P., 






21 


11 




- 


Sawtelle, John A., 






17 


11 




- - 


Swain, Luther B., 






29 


11 




- 


Saunders, John H., 






18 


11 




- - 


Stanley, William C, 






35 


11 




- 


Stratton, Torrey E., 






25 


11 




[bron Clmrch.. 


Sweatt, Joseph G., 






19 


11 




Taken prisoner at He- 


Thurston, Anson G., 






21 


11 




Woun'd & taken pris'nr, 


Wilder, Ambrose S., . 






25 


11 




[May 15, '63-since died.. 


Willand,. George K., 






31 


• " 




— — 


Wilson, James'E., 






18 


N.Hmpt'n,]! 


J.H 


— 


Watson, Dudley L., 






26 


Lowell. . 




- - 


White, Frederick, 






30 


11 




- 


Walker, Robert H,, 






19 


Winthrop. 




- - 


Young, Benjamin A,. . 






20 


Lowell. . 




— ■" 



20 



154 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company D— Lowell. 
James W. Hart, Captain, 
Samuel C. Pinney, 1st Lieutenant, 
Hiram C. Muzzey, 2d Lieutenant, 
Edward D. Dillingham, 1st Sergt., 
William P. Cummings, Sergeant, 
Keuben H. Ditson, " 

William G. Brady, " 

Andrew Stuart, " 

Prosper Tyler, Corporal, 
Ai W. Heald, " 

Moses F. Wheeler, " 
John Douglass, " 

William A. Chandler, " 
Howard Coburn, " 

Jason J. C. Browne, " 
Nathan C. Hoyt, " 

Charles H. Collins, Musician, 
William Anderson, Wagoner, 
Bow, John F., 
Bryant, Asahel M., 
Bixby, Joseph, 
Badger, Charles F., 
Butterfield, Lucius, 
Cary, John, . 
Craig, Charles P., 
Clapp, Zebulon, . 
Chaplin, Silas T., . 
Chaplin, Wiseman W. 
Critchett, James, . 
Carleton, Ivory H., 
Cutts, Charles A., 
Dane, Charles F., 
Davis, Dudley, 
Dow, Joshua, Jr., . 
Duvill, Peter, 
Davis, John M., . 
Drinker, William H., 
Fuller, Edwin A., 
Green, Charles A., 
Golden, Hugh, 
Gray, Luke, . 
Gardner, George, Jr., 
Hood, John, . 
Hoyt, Walter W., 
Horn, Benjamin, . 
Harriman, Jonathan T. 
Humphrey, John, 
Hopkins, John W., 
Harper, Henry, . 
Housler, John H., 



41 
43 
19 
32 
23 
33 
47 
27 
23 
23 
27 
28 
29 
20 
29 
26 
18 
21 
35 
22 
24 
38 
20 
36 
22 
44 
30 
32 
31 
18 
18 
22 
30 
32 
22 
18 
18 
21 
19 
26 
21 
18 
18 
19 
32 
24 
32 
30 
36 
40 



Lowell. 



Dracut. 
Lowell. 



Dracut, 
Lowell, 



E. Cambridge 
Chelmsford, 
Lowell. . . 

Dracut. . . 



Died Nov. 25, '62. 



■ [28, 1863. 
Slightly wouncled, April 
Taken pris.. May 10, '63. 



[for disability. 
Discliargcd Apr. 29, 1863, 



27, 1863. 
Wounded slightly, April 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



155 



NAMES. 




Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company D — Con. 








Keyser, Charles N., . 


27 


Lowell, . . . 


Discharged Feb. 24, 1863, 


Langmaid, George S., 






27 


a 






[for disability. 


Lugg, John S., 






20 


u 






_ _ 


Littlehale, Peter, . 






26 


a 






_ - 


Lord, Sylvester W., 






24 


u 






- - 


Lathe, Nathaniel, . 






39 


(( 






_ _ 


Lawrence, George T., 






29 


c 






- 


Lovrein, LukeW., 






44 


a 






Died Oct. 12, '62. 


Legro, Hiram A., 






18 


a 






Died Dec. 23, '62. 


McCarty, Jerr)% . 






18 


u 






- - 


McNulty, Patrick, 






40 


a 






- - ' 


Merrill, Alphonso, 






26 


li 






- - 


Nichols, Forrest B., 






18 


u 






- _ 


Noyes, Aaron, 






33 


(( 






- 


Nudd, David P., . 






21 


a 






_ _ 


Oldham, John A., 






23 


(( 






— — 


Page, John M., 






18 


(( 






- _ 


Probert, Thomas, . 






36 


a 






- - 


Partridge William, 






24 


a 






_ _ 


Parker, William H., 






21 


u 






- - 


Poor, Washington L., 






26 


ii 






_ _ 


Pelsue, George W., 






18 


a 






- _ 


Peeves, Samuel, . 






43 


u 






— — 


Smith, Samuel A., 






18 


11 






_ _ 


Sargent, Stephen, 






36 


li 






- 


Sawyer, Aaron, . 






36 


li 






- 


Sullivan, John W., 






18 


li 






_ _ 


Spalding, Solomon, 






38 


Tyngsbo 


ro'. 




- - 


Thompson, Jonas L-, 






28 


Lowell. 






- - 


Tetro, Adolph, . 






25 


u 






- 


Tilton, George F., 






21 


11 






_ _ 


Taylor, Paris K., . 






23 


u 






_ - . 


Thurston, Joel M., 






39 


11 






Taken pris., May 10, '63. 


Whitney, James M., 






35 


Dracut. 






_ - 


Whipple Eugene E., 






18 


Lowell. . 






- 


Wyraan, John, 






23 


11 






_ _ 


Went worth, Merrill J., 






23 


11 






[24, 18W. 


Waldron, Horace W., . 






24 


It 






Wounded in foot, April 


Watson, Lycurgus K., 






27 


11 






- - 


Whitney, George B., 






18 


11 






Sev'ly w'ded.Apr. 28,'63. 


Company E— Acton. 








Aaron C. Handley, Captain, 


39 


Acton, . . . 


_ _ 


Aaron S. Fletcher, 1st Lieutenant, 


32 


11 


Res'd Mar. 6,1863. 


George W. Rand, " " 


39 


11 


Promoted from 2d Lieu- 
tenant, Marcb 10, 1863. 


George W. Knights, 2d " 


28 


" 


Promoted from 1st Ser- 
geant, March 10, 1863. 


Frank H. Whitcomb, 1st Sergeant, 


24 


a 




Andrew J. Sawyer, Sergeant, • . 


30 


11 


- - 



156 ADJUTANT-GENERIL'S REPORT. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 




Kesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company E — Con. 








Levi H. Robbing, Sergeant, 


23 


Acton. . . . 


_ _ 


Francis W. Goodwin, " 


26 


u 




_ 


William Morrill, " 


30 


li 




_ _ 


Francis E. Harris, Corporal, 


18 


<( 




_ _ 


Abel Farrar, Jr. " 


2i 


li 




_ _ 


Varnura F. Robbins, " 




22 


u 




_ _ 


George L. Sawyer, " 




23 


11 




_ _ 


Samuel G. Brown, " 




27 


ii 




_ _ 


Joseph N. Robbins, " 




27 


4i 




_ _ 


William Allen, Musician, 




17 


Lowell. . 




_ _ 


William D. Clark, Wagoner 




29 


Acton. . 




_ _ 


Ames, George T., 




18 


(4 




_ _ 


Butters, Hiram, . 






47 


ii 




_ _ 


Blood, Charles H., 






20 


ii 




_ . 


Bray, Henry L., . 






21 


U 




_ _ 


Conant, Marcus, . 






20 


Littleton. 




_ _ 


Chaplin, William, Jr., 






22 


Acton. . 




_ t_ 


Conant, Elbridge, 






21 


u 




Died Feb. 10, 1863. 


Dutton, Francis, . 






26 


Sudbury. 




_ _ 


Dwinels, Edwin, . 






20 


Harvard. 




_ '_ 


Davis, Solomon, . 






36 


Sudbury. 




_ _ 


Dyar, Albert A., . 






35 


Chelmsford. 




_ _ 


Dwelley, Oscar, . 






38 


Acton. . 




_ _ 


Fletcher, Charles W., 






18 


n 




_ _ 


Fuller, Chauncey U., 






19 


(( 




_ _ 


Franklin, Charles, 






21 


Littleton. 




_ _ 


Farrar, Daniel H., 






18 


Acton. . 




_ _ 


Griffin, John, 






22 


Boxboro'. 




^^ 


Hoar, Forestus D. H., 






32 


Acton. . 




_ ■ _ 


Plall, Eugene L., . 






18 


» 




_ 


Hapgood, Henry, . 






20 


a 




_ _ 


Holton, Charles H., 






24 


Littleton. . 




_ _ 


Hartwell, John S., 






35 


a 




_ _ 


Hapgood, Marshall, 






21 


Acton. . . 




_ _ 


Hill, John L., 






31 


Harvard. . 




_ _ 


Holden, Walter 0., 






25 


Acton. . . 




_ _ 


Hancock, John, . 






18 


Westford. . 




_ _ 


Hale, William F., 






21 


(i 




[Oct. 24, 1862. 


Hoar, Sherman J., 






83 


Acton, . . 




Dischg'd for disability, 


Hutchins, Isaiah, . 
Jefts, Charles S., . 
Jones, George, 






34 
19 
22 


Littleton. 
Acton. . . 




Promot'd Hospt'l Ste'd, 
[March 4, 1863. 


Knowlton, George W., 






18 


Littleton. . 




_ _ 


Kidder, John M., . 






23 


(( 




_ 


Moulton, Albert, . 






37 


Acton. . . 




_ _ 


Morin, Joseph, 






23 


Boxboro'. . 




_ _ 


Masters, Lewis J., 






20 


Boston. . . 




_ _ 


Newton, Augustus, 






25 


Stow. . . 




_ _ 


Nichols, William H. T., 




44 


Harvard. . 




_ _ 


Pierce, George N., 




18 


Acton. . . 




— — 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Sixth Regimeiit — Continued. 



157 



NAMES. 


to 

< 


Eesideuce. 


Kemarks. 


Company E — Con. 








Pollard, John H. , . . . . 


20 


Acton. . . . 


- — 


Preston, Oscar, 




18 


Littleton. . . 


[March 16, 1863. 


Parks, George B., 




25 


Acton, . . . 


Discharg'd for disability 


Reed, William, 




41 


" 


— — 


Eobbins, Albert W., . 




23 


Littleton. . . 


_ - 


Rand, Kendall J., 




24 


Harvard. . . 


- - 


Stevens, William F., . 




23 


Boxboro'. . . 


_ _ 


Sprague, Charles E., . 




24 


Harvard. . . 


- _ 


Smith, Matthew, . 




19 


Sudbury. . 


- - 


Smith, Allen G., . 




21 


Westfbrd. . . 


_ _ 


Smith, Matthew A., 




19 


u 


_ _ 


Tattle, Nathan E., 




40 


Littleton. . . 


_ _ 


Tibbetts, Henry W., . 




27 


Harvard. . . 


_ _ 


Vangesel, Joseph R., . 




22 


Kent Co., Del. 


_ _ 


Whitcomb, Allen P., . 




35 


Littleton. . . 


— — 


Whitcomb, Nahum H., 




24 


u 


Died Dec. 13, 1862. 


Willard, Henry, . 




23 


u 


- - 


Whitcomb, Augustus G., 




19 


Boxboro*. . . 


[30, 1863. 


Whitcomb, William H., 




32 


Stow, . . . 


Wounded slightly, Jan. 


Woodward, Alonzo M., 




26 


Boxboro', . . 


Died Oct. 6, 1862. 


Company F— Cambridge. 








John S Sawyer, Captain, . 


31 


Cambridge. 


- _ 


Theodore Collamore, 1st Lieut., . 


38 


a 


Res'd Feb. 11, '63. 


Calvin A. Damon, " 


34 


u 


Prom'd from 1st Serg't, 


Lowell Ellison, 2d Lieut, 


30 


(( 


[Feb. 11, 1863. 


Samuel Hoyt, 1st Sergeant, . 


25 


(( 




Charles M. Hewlett, Sergeant, . 


22 


u 


_ _ 


James Richardson, " 


28 


Belmont. . . 


_ _ 


Henry A. Smith, " 


25 


Cambridge. 


_ _ 


Darius P. Richards, " 


24 


u 


_ _ 


Thomas H. Lucy, Corporal, . 


20 


a 


_ — 


Joseph P. Cartwright, " 




25 


(( 


_ _ 


George E. Hixon, Ji-., " 




24 


(1 


_ _ 


Frederick W. Hagar, " 




32 


Li 


_ _ 


Melville D. Jones, ' " 




20 


U 


_ _ 


Charles H. Morgan, " 




25 


U 


_ _ 


Herbert D. Johnson, " 




28 


i( 


_ _ 


Christopher A. Kendall," 




31 


U 


_ _ 


Edwin \V. Snow, Musician, 




18 


(( 


_ _ 


Silas F. Wheeler, Wagoner, 




35 


(( 


_ _ 


Allen, Thomas, . "'. 




31 


(( 


_ _ 


Alexander, Theobold, 




32 


u 


_ _ 


Batchelder, John G., . 




20 


a 


_ _ 


Burgess, William C, . 




26 


u 


_ _ 


Burgess, Albert L., 




18 


n 


Slightly wo •d,Mayl5, '63. 


Bowers, Edward L., 




23 


u 


— _ 


Black, Isaac H., 




20 


a 


_ _ 


Bartholomew, Edwin, . 




37 


a 


_ _ 


Cutting, AVilliam M., . 




24 


u 


— — 



158 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Eesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company F— Con. 








Costello, John H., 


23 


Cambridge. 


- - 


Chandler, Oscar, 




36 


(I 


- - 


Crosby, Joseph, . 




44 


a 




- 


Coijgens, John, 




22 


u 




— — 


Cotter, Joseph, 






11 




Deser'd Sep. 9, '62. 


Davis, Harvey G., 




30 


u 




- - 


Davis, Daniel W., 




18 


i(. 




- - 


Drinan, Thomas, 




40 


u 




Slightly wo'd, Mayl5,'63. 


Dailey, Owen, 




40 


u 




— — 


Edgarton, William H., . 




23 


u 




_ 


Ede, James W., . 




22 


a 




_ 


Eckstadt, Constantine, . 




29 


a 




Deser'd Sep. 9, '62. 


Farwell, William F., . 




32 


a 




_ 


Fox, Frank, 




37 


a 




- - 


Frazier, Augustus, 




28 


(' 




- 


Fields, Alexander N., . 




29 


u 




- - 


Gale, Stephen N., 




28 


u 




- - 


Garry, James, 




29 


a 




- - 


Grinham, John, . 




27 


u 




- - 


Grannan, William, 




35 


u 




_ 


Gallagher, Thomas M.,. 




22 


u 




Deser'd Sep. 9, '62. 


Hewlett, Enoch D., 




42 


u 




- 


Hutchinson, Nathan, . ■ . 




33 


(( 




- - 


Hasty, Joseph H., 




18 


(( 






Hennessey, John, 




27 


u 




- - 


Holland, Hugh, . 




21 


a 




- - 


Hall, Charles E.. 




25 


u 




[1862, for disability. 


Harding, W^illiam M., . 




36 


u 




Disch'ged December 28, 


Jones, Henry M., 




27 


u 




- - 


Jennings, Joseph H., . 






- 


Deser'd Sep. 9, '62. 


Locke, Joseph, 




32 


Cambridge. 


- 


Livesey, William J., 




20 


i; 


- - 


Lovett, Charles E., 




20 


u 




- - 


Luce, William L., 




25 


il 




- 


Laclote, Paulin, . 




31 


<i 




_ "_ 


Leighton, Frank, 




25 


u 




Killed in ao'n, Jaii.30,'63. 


Murphy, Jeremiah, 




44 


u 




- 


McKenzie, Alexander D., 




19 


u 




- 


McKenzie, John K, 




24 


(( 




- 


McCalvery, James, 




38 


u 




- 


Merrill, Walter H., 




18 


li 




- 


McCannon, John, 




30 


u 




- 


McKeever, James L., . 




20 


u 




Taken pris'r, Kov.21,'62. 


Noble, John G., 




44 


a 




- - 


Page, Oilman, 




44 


u 




_ 


Poole, Edwin, 




21 


u 




- 


Ryan, Thomas, 




30 


u 




- 


Koome, Edward, . 




22 


11 




- 


Eoster, James J., 




29 


11 




- 


Kiggs, William F., 




40 


a 




~ — 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



159 



Com.'panyF — Con. 
Scanlan, John, 
Smith, George, 
Spencer, George H., 
Stafford, Thomas J., 
Studley, Andrew J., 
Smith, Charles H., 
Stiles, William E.,. 
Shalan, George, 
Thorogood, Peter J., 
Thompson, John Q. A. 
Woodward, Samuel J., 
White, Edward P., 
Whitney, William, 



Company G— Lowell. 
George L. Cady, Captain, . 
Selwyn E. Bickford, 1st Lieut., 
Alfred H. Pulcifer, 2d " 

Nathan Taylor, 1st Sergeant, 
Frank Buncher, Sergeant, 
Stephen Kenney, " 

Clark R. Caswell, " 
Charles O. Billings, « 
Alonzo C. Grant^ Corporal, 
Andrew J. Sanborn, " 
Marcus W. Copps, " 

George H. Favor, " 

Georse G. Tarbell, " 
William E. Hill, " 

Franklin S. Pevey, " 
Henry Hutchinson, " 
William B. Tingley, Wagoner, 
Atkins, Willis B., 
Averill, John M., . 
Brown, Otis J., 
Bassett, Charles H., 
BuUens, Stephen A., . 
Barnard, Henry T., 
Baldwin, Benjamin, 
Coburn, Henry A., 
Coburn, George D., 
Christie, James, . 
Chute, Jeremiah M., 
Crowell, Theophilus J., 
Dexter, James A., 
Davis, Franklin, . 
Farrington, William P., 
Foote, Charles C, 
Fosdick, Charles, . 
Goodwin, Clarendon, . 



40 
32 
21 
18 
18 
23 
22 
21 
23 
34 
22 
29 
32 



27 
29 
30 
23 
21 
36 
27 
21 
28 
25 
25 
27 
22 
29 
20 
27 
24 
31 
19 
31 
25 
24 
21 
43 
21 
18 
19 
24 
19 
21 
28 
30 
34 
29 

9-2 



Cambridge. 

Newton. 

Cambridge. 



Lowell. 



Tewksburj 
Lowell. . 
Billerica. 
Lowell. . 



Tewksbury 
Lowell. . 



[1862, for disability. 
Discliarged October 29, 



"Wou'dinliip, Apr.24.'63. 



160 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company G — Con. 
Grant, Lathrop C., 
Grimes, Samuel W., 
Gordon, George \V., 
Grant, Levi C, . 
Green, Albert T., 
Gray, Erastus H., 
George, Amos S.,. 
Horton, Charles H., 
Holt, Edward B., . 
Hoyt, Charles B. F., 
Hodge, William A., 
Healey, George, . 
Huntoon, George W., 
Houghton, Henry S., 
Hanson, Frederic A., 
Hall, George W., . 
Hilton, Moses M., . 
Hilton, Lucius W., 
Kitchen, Charles B., 
Knowles, Manlius, 
Kimball, William H., 
Liddell, Andrew, . 
Leighton, Thomas J., 
Lonfest, S. Augustus, 
Lord, Randolph C, 
Lane, Benjamin C, 
Morris, William A., 
Moore, John E.., . 
McMasters, Thomas A. 
McMasters, Lucius I, 
McAlvin, Gi-anville K., , 
Paulus, Paul, 
Pearson, Edward P., 
Perry, George G., 
Prescott, John H., 
Pike, Albert J., . 
Parmenter, Charles H. 
Reed, Edward E., 
Richardson, Charles H. 
Richardson, George H. 
Rines, Joseph H., . 
Scales, Aaron W., 
Stearns, Samuel E., 
Sawyer, Alfred A., 
Senter, Almon S., 
Spaulding, William H. 
Spauldiog, F. Martin, 
Small, Frederick J., 
Spencer, Charles, . 
Sears, Joseph H., . 



21 
20 
38 
33 
22 
20 
33 
18 
18 
29 
33 
27 
26 
21 
18 
21 
27 
21 
35 
22 
18 
23 
21 
21 
27 
20 
21 
20 
28 
26 
27 
28 
28 
20 
21 
29 
24 
34 
20 
18 
21 
43 
25 
21 
18 
21 
18 
23 
21 
24 



Residence. 



Lowell. 



Southboro' 

1.1. 

Lowell. . 



Tewlcsbury, 
Lowell. . 
Tewksbury< 
Lowell. . 

Plymouth. 



Died Apr. 26,' 63. 

Trans, to 39tli Reg.Mass. 
[Vol., Sept. 1, 1862. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



161 



NAMES. 



Company G — Con. 
Spencer, John, 
Stackpole, Albert S., 
Townsend, William H. 
Townsend, John F., 
Underwood, William A. 
Wiggin, George W., 
Walkins, John C, 
Wilder, Charles W., 
Weeks, Augustus W., 
Weld, Harvey, 



Company H— Lowell. 
Rodney C. Ferson, Captain, 
Charles E. Poor, 1st Lieutenant, 
Albert Finder, 2d • " 

Charles F. Eolfe, 1st Sergeant, 
Albert C. Wilkins, Sergeant, 
James G. Maxfield, " 
John H. Nourse, " 

Charles Finder, " 

Levi Brown, Corporal, 
Joseph H. Trask, Corporal, 
Charles E. Ricker, 
George H. Foster, 
Henry P. Parker, 
William H. Cargill, 
John O' Grady, 
Marshall M. Hayden, Musician, 
Albert G. Hayden, " 

Edwin Leavitt, Wagoner, 
Bartlett, Charles E., 
Burnham, James H., 
Butterworth, Samuel D. 
Brown, Martin J., 
Bowles, Ira, . 
Caine, Michael, . 
Carr, David, 
Campbell, Francis, 
Cassidy, James, . 
Crowell, Roscoe G., 
Corr, Daniel, 
Clark, Charles F., 
Dodge, Henry, 
Daniels, George A., 
Danforth, Charles H., 
Dix, John F., 
Emerson, James P., 
Eastman, J. Chandler, 
Eager, William T., 
Fleer, George H., 



19 
20 
22 
19 
18 
21 
21 
25 
29 
24 



28 
31 
21 
29 
21 
24 
22 
28 
41 
35 
26 
20 
20 
22 
22 
14 
17 
31 
18 
19 
23 
29 
32 
29 
26 
32 
27 
25 
23 
22 
24 
19 
24 
18 
19 
33 
22 
26 



Lowell. . 

Tewksbury 
Lowell. . 



Carlisle. 
Lowell. 



Lowell. 



J 



Chelmsford 
Lowell 



[15, 1863. 
Killed In action, May 



[15, 1863. 
Wounded in arm, April 



21 



162 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company H — Con. 
Flemming, William S. 
Ferrin, Maurice S„ 
Flood, John, 
Farwell, William B., 
Frazer, Edward, . 
Gardner, Rufus B., 
Garland, George W., 
Hardy, Daniel E., 
Hatch, Charles F., 
Hussey, George K., 
Hustwick, George F., 
Haynes, Alvin F., 
Haggett, John H., 
Hutchinson, Edward, 
Haynes, William M., 
Hartford, Hiram E., 
Hayes, Lawrence, 
Hastings, Alexander, 
Hardy, Thomas, . 
Handlen, Samuel, 
Johnson, William A., 
Kennerson, Jefferson P 
Libby, Almon, 
Lamson, Daniel B. L., 
Ladd, Samuel G., . 
Lovrein, Charles E., 
Lowney, Patrick E., 
Lynch, Dennis, . 
Leslie, Peter, 
Munn, Frederick, 
Morse, Charles, . 
Murkland, George, 
Moulton, John, 
Mullen, James, 
Murtagh, Patrick, 
McCarthy, Thomas, 
McKnight, James, 
Nowell, George F., 
Northrop, Azor, . 
Newell, Lafayette T., 
Newcomb, Silas D., 
Putnam, Alonzo, . 
Park, Jonathan, . 
Ross, Thomas E., . 
Rose, John, 
Roach, Lawrence, 
Riley, Philip, 
Saunders, Jacob, . 
Smith, William A., 
Smith, James H., . 



20 
32 
24 
18 
33 
28 
20 
25 
20 
34 
23 
35 
21 
26 
28 
32 
28 
28 
38 
22 
37 
29 
24 
20 
32 
18 
24 
36 
44 
29 
22 
20 
19 
26 
33 
27 
23 
22 
23 
29 
40 
28 
27 
24 
22 
25 
19 
21 
31 
20 



Lowell. 



Tewksbury, 



[15, 1863. 

Slightly wounded May 

[Dec. 28, 1862. 

Dischrg'd for disability, 



[15, 1868. 
Slightly wounded May 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



163 



NAMES. 


be 
< 


Kesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company H — Con. 
Shackford, Nathaniel, . 


25 


Lowell. . . . 




Scales, Francis E., 






34 


u 






- 


Shortall, John, 






34 


Billerica 






- 


Tracy, Benjamin F., 
Taylor, Alfred, 
Wells, Edwin, . 






23 

28 
22 


Lowell. 






- 


Washington, Zalmura, 






28 








- 


Whooley, Michael, 
Wright, Ilenry, . 






34 
21 




* 


- 


Company I— Lawrence. 






K 


Augustine L. Hamilton, Captain, . 


26 


Lawrence. . . 


- 


Eben H. Ellenwood, 1st Lieut. 


24 


u 




1862. 


Robert H. Barr, 2d Lieutenant, . 


22 


" 




Killed in action, Dec. 12, 


Frederick G. Tyler, 


27 


u 




-; 


Surrill Flint, 1st Sergeant, . 


24 


u 




- 


James S. Knights, Sergeant, 


26 


a 




- 


Forrest B. Chamberlin, " 


20 


(( 




- 


Chas. H. Trueworthy, " 
LaEoy A. Dearborn," " 


36 
19 


Bro-wn's, Cor., 


Me. 


: : 


Jeremiah Dincen, Corporal, 


18 


Lawrence. 




- 


James S. Roberts, " 


25 


u 




- - 


Uranus Lawry, " 
John G. Robinson, " 


29 
26 


(1 




- - 


Frank H. Morrill, " 


26 


u 




- 


John M. Hannon, " 


19 


Maiden. 




_ - 


Lewis Grant, " 


31 


Lawrence. 




- - 


Daniel B. Simpson, " 
James R. Hodge, " 
Stephen M. Colby, Musician, 
Joseph B. Stevens, " 
Smith, Vaughn, Wagoner, . 


21 
26 
19 
16 

27 


u 

a 
u 

Pepperell, 
Lawrence. 




[1862, for disability. 
Discharg'd December 27, 

Taken pris. May 15, 1863. 


Adler, Christian, . 




41 


(( 




- 


Brackett, Daniel G., 






42 


a 




- 


Blanchard, George, 






30 


N. Portl'd, 


Me. 


- 


Connor, Matthew, 






18 


Lawrence. 




_ 


Cain, John, . 






18 


(( 




- 


Clark, Seth F., . 






19 


W.Buxt'n,: 


V[e*. 


_ - 


Colburn, George W., . 






19 


Lawrence. 




- - 


Crocker, Frank T., 






18 


a 




- 


Curtin, Patrick, . 






18 


li 




- 


Carroll, John J., . 






21 


u 




- 


Casey, William, . 
Carlisle, Orrin S., 






50 
24 






— — 


Cochran, Thomas, 






26 


u 




- 


Cole, James R., . 






39 


Bradford. 




_ - 


Comberbeach, Robert, . 






32 


Westford. 




[Dec. 31, 1862. 


Connor, Charles G., 






39 


Lawrence, . 




Discharg'd for disability. 


Crocker, Frederick W. 






18 


u 




Disch'dSep.20,'62. 


Doherty, Patrick, 






44 


« 




— — 



164 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT.. 

Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



.NAMES. 


so 

< 


Kesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company I — Con. 








Dean, Simeon S., . 


34 


Lawrence. . . 


- - 


Dunn, Edward, . 






30 


(4 


- 


EUenwood, Charles T., 






19 


« 


- 


Flemming, James, 






18 


«t 


- 


Frye, Ira, 






27 


(( 


r ~ 


Foster, William K., 






32 


(( 


- 


Fitts, James W., . 






29 


- 


- 


Grabam, William, 






18 


Lawrence. . . 


- 


Gordon, Frank A , 






19 


- 


- 


Gallagher, Patrick, 






21 


Lawrence. . . 


- 


Hogan, John F., . 






21 


N. Andover. . 


- 


Harrison, William, 






18 


Lawrence. . . 


- 


Harriman, Charles M. . 






18 


(( 


. _ _ 


Howarth, Eli, 






25 


u 


- 


Hanscomb, Ivory P., . 






27 


a 


- 


Hodge, Andrew L., 






21 


a 


- 


Holroyd, Henry, . 






38 


a 


[22, 1863. 


Hill, Joseph D., . 






40 


Andover, . . 


Furlough expired AprU 


Joyce, James W., 






21 


Lawrence. . . 


, _ 


Knowles, George A., . 






18 


u 


- 


Leary, Daniel, 






19 


u . _ _ 


- 


Larrabee, James H., 






32 


u 


- - 


Larrigan, Andrew, 






21 


" • . . 


-. 


Lundy, Mark, 






28 


(.L 


- 


Locke, Charles E., 






18 


a 


- - 


McCrillis, Calvin, 






37 


ii. 


- 


Maynard, Amos F., 






19 


a 


- - 


McAleer, Patrick, 






18 


a 


— — 


Manning, Thomas, 






35 


- 


- 


McCarty, John, . 






25 


Lawrence. . . 


- 


McCarty, Patrick, 






19 


a 


- - 


McGowan, John A. S., 






19 


u 


— — 


McAloon, James, 






20 


u 


- 


May, William W., 






24 


Andover. . . 


. - 


McQuaid, James, 






26 


Lawrence. . . 


- - 


Moglain, Philip, . 






22 


u 


[27, 1863. 


McCarty, Dennis, 






22 


u 


Accidentally killed, Jan. 


Newbert, Charles H., 






21 


u 


- - 


O'Connor, John, 






21 


a 


- 


Parmenter, La Forrest, 






19 


China, Me. 


- - 


Parton, James, 






34 


Lawrence. . . 


- 


Parks, John, 






40 


" 


- 


Patterson, William I., 






33 


a 


- - 


Reynolds, John F., 






18 


(( 


- 


Rossiter, Patrick, . 






18 


u 


— — 


Sibley, Kneeland, 






36 


a 


- 


Smith, Charles, . 






18 


a 


— — 


Safford, Joseph H., 






22 


" 


- 


Smith, Frank L., 






18 


" 


- - 


Smith, William P., 






44 


(( 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



165 



NAMES. 


bo 
< 


Kesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company I — Con. 








Smith, William, 


23 


- - 


Deser'd Sep.9,'62 


Sprague, Edwin D., 






22 


Lawrence. . . 


- 


Varnum, Joseph C, 






18 


u 




.- 


Wagner, Augustus, 






18 


u 




- — 


Whittier, Charles, 






38 


(( 




- 


Waterman, Arthur 0., 






19 


<( 




- 


Walker, Edward K., 






26 


u 




- 


Walsh, James, 






18 


u 




- 


Westhall, George, 






18 


1.1. 




- 


Wolf, John, 






42 


u 


.. . 


- 


Wagner, Ernest, 






21 


ti 




- 


Wagner, Ferdinand, 






26 


a 


- - 


Company K— Chelmsford. 








Charles E. A. Bartlett, Captain, . 


26 


Boston. . . . 


[30, 186S. 


William F. Wood, 1st Lieutenant, 


31 


Acton, . 




Slightly wounded Jan 


Shapley Morgan, 2d Lieutenant, . 


26 


Dracut. . 




- 


Charles A. Barker, 1st Sergeant, . 


21 


Chelmsford 




- 


George A. W. Vinal, Sergeant, . 


28 


Andover. 




- 


Jonathan S. Davis, " 


29 


Dracut. . 




- 


Abner D. Holt, 


23 


Chelmsford 




- 


Charles H. Sweeney, " 


23 


Lowell. . 




- 


Josiah R. Fletcher, Corporal, 


40 


Chelmsford 




- 


Rollin Perkins, " 


18 


Methuen. 




- - 


Edwin Bowman, " 


38 


Billerica. 




- 


William T. Wilson, " 


18 


Dracut. . 




- - 


Edward E. Lapham, " 


21 


Chelmsford 




_ 


Albert 0. Davidson, " 


21 


Dracut. . 




- - 


William E. Clark, ■ " 


23 


Chelsea. . 




[Nov. 16, 1862. 


Milo J. Proctor, " 


21 


Chelmsford 




Dischar'd for disability. 


Henry S. Perham, " 


18 


a 




Dischar'd for disability, 


Arthur Jones, Musician, 


16 


Lowell. . 




[March 18, 1863. 


Koswell S. Burnham, Wagoner, . 


40 


u 






Byam, Stillman, .... 


44 


Chelmsford 




- 


Byam, Daniel P., . 






20 


a 


- - 


Byam, George A., 






18 


a 


- 


Butterfield, George F., 






18 


Winchester. . 


- 


Burns, Richard, . 






38 


Tewksbury. 




- 


Boston, James L., . 






24 


Chelmsford. 




- 


Bancroft, Kirk H., 






23 


Dracut. . 




- 


Buckmaster, Patrick, 






21 


Chelmsford 




- 


Buckley, John, 






42 


Billerica. . 




. _ 


Bridges, George W., . 






18 


Lowell. . . 




- - 


Burrows, Michael, 






26 


Billerica. . 




[Sergeant Feb. 1, 186S. 


Billings, John T., . 






26 


Lowell. . . 




Promoted to Commis'y- 


Crehen, Dennis, . 






22 


Dracut. . . 




_ _ 


Crehen, John, 






24 


u 




_ _ 


Carney, Thomas, . 






45 


Westport. . 




[Jan. 29, 186S. 


Colburn, John H., 






24 


Dracut. . . 




Dischar'd for disability, 


Dunn, Charity L., 






21 


Chelmsford. 




— — 



166 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S EEPORT. 

Sixth Regiment — Concluded. 



[Jan. 



Company K — Con. 
Danforth, Joseph V., 
Davis^ Alonzo A., 
Day, Elijah N., . 
Day, Benjamin F., 
Emerson, Herbert H., 
French, Amos B., . 
Fletcher, Charles F., 
Fisher, John P., . 
Gragg, George U-j 
Griswold, Byron H., 
Hallowell Joseph, . 
Ingalls, Henry H., 
Jaquith, Franklin, Jr., 
Jewett, Nelson E., 
Lapham, Nathan B., 
Lines, Thomas, 
Murphy, Daniel, . 
Murphy, Dennis, . 
McEvany, John, . 
McNulty, Michael, 
McCarty, John, . 
Putnam, Henry E., 
Parkhurst, John, 3d., 
Parkhurst, George A., 
Parkhurst, Amos A., 
Pierce, John, 
Peck, James B., . 
Pendergast, Peter, 
Pasho, Oliver, 
Russell, Hiram F., 
Keed, Charles F., 
Richardson, Charles L. 
Reall, John, . 
Sharp, Benjamin, . 
Sharp, Henry, 
Smith, William H., 
Smith, John T., . 
Stravens, Henry W;, 
Sargent, Jesse A.,. 
Sullivan, Edward, 
Staples, Peter K., . 
Stearns, Elbridge, 
Smiley, Hudson F., 
Seaver, George A., 
Welch, James, 
Wright, Jonathan, 
Webb, John, 



31 
33 
23 
31 

20 
18 
18 
20 
30 
18 
21 
21 
23 
23 
23 
21 
35 
33 
21 
41 
26 
36 
35 
29 
19 
18 
18 
38 
24 
34 
27 
38 
21 
25 
35 
23 
23 
21 
38 
18 
37 
•25 
21 
18 
30 
36 
32 



Billerica. . 
Chelmsford. 



Billerica. 

a 

Dracut. . 

Chelmsford 

Billerica. 

Chelmsford 

Dracut. . 
Billerica. 

a 

Chelmsford 
Billerica. 

Chelmsford 



Westford. 
Lowell. . 
Billerica. 

a 

Chelmsford 

Billerica. 

Dracut. . 

Billerica. 

Chelmsford 

Billerica. 

Tewksbury, 

Chelmsford 

Lunenburg 

Chelmsford 

Dracut. . 

Billerica. 

Chelmsford 

Tewksbury 

Dracut. . 

Chelmsford 

Dracut. . 



Wou'd May 15,'63. 



Des'd Sept. 9, '62. 



[March 18, 1863. 
Discliar'd for disability, 



[1863. 
Taken prisoner May 3, 



[30, 1863. 
Slightly wounded Jan. 



[Jan. 29, 1863. 
Dischar'd for disability 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 167 

The old Sixth Regiment, M. V. M., will ever hold a proud 
place in the history of this rebellion. Its passage th^o^^gh 
Baltimore, on the 19th of April, 1861, on its way to Washing- 
ton, the assault upon it by the mob of Baltimore, the life-blood 
shed upon the streets of that city, the first in this war, would 
alone forever render this regiment historical. It was the 
first in the field in the three months' service ; it was the 
first in the nine months' service. What it did during the nine 
months' term the following narrative will show : — 

On the 31st of August the regiment was mustered into the 
United States service, and on the 9th of September, it left 
Camp Wilson, Lowell, for the seat of war. As the first nine 
months regiment to answer the call of government, it was 
received with great enthusiasm all along the route to Washing- 
ton, where Colonel Follansbee reported to General Casey, at 
noon of the 12tli. Under orders from him, the regiment 
proceeded to Suffolk, Virginia, twenty-three miles from Nor- 
folk ; arriving there, and reporting to General Ferry, the 15th. 
Here was a force of about five thousand. The regiment was 
stationed in an orchard, which in Yankee fashion it immedi- 
ately began to " improve," and soon tents were pitched, streets 
graded, and every thing made as comfortable as possible. 

On the night of the 17th, the first scent of war was expe 
rienced, by the report that thirteen thousand " graybacks " 
were near, and sixty rounds of ammunition were served out, 
and all fell in for action. Some of the Sixth were sent out 
as skirmishers, others supported a battery, while one hundred 
made a " slash " to obstruct an artillery road. No attack was 
made, but the " fatigue duty " they inaugurated was systemati- 
cally followed by the Sixth during the next eight months, and 
the result of their digging, chopping, wheeling, and working 
on fortifications was seen in one of the most formidable line 
of defences to be found in the country. Spades were trumps 
every day, for a long time, Sundays not excepted. On the 24th 
the regiment was brigaded, under command of Colonel R. S. Fos- 
ter, of the Thirteenth Indiana Regiment,and Major-General J. J. 
Peck assumed command of the post the same day. September 
25tli, the regiment was directed to break camp and pitch tents 
on a new site, about a half mile from the old camp, and here 
log huts were built, and comfortable barracks constructed. 



168 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

From this time onward, fatigue and heavy picket duty, and 
tedious marches, told heavily on the physical health, so that, 
from sixty to one hundred answered the surgeon's call, daily. 

The first march into the enemy's country occurred October 
4th, when the regiment made part of an expedition to Western 
Branch Church, but no hostile force was met. 

October 24th, a force of four thousand men, of which the Sixth 
constituted a part, was sent on a reconnoissance, via Deserted , 
House, Windsor, Antioch Church, <fec., to the Blackwater River. 
The advance had slight skirmishing, but the Sixth being on 
the left, did not participate. Forty miles were travelled in 
forty hours' absence from camp. 

November 17th, the regiment's third expedition into the 
rebel neighborhood began. It had the right of the column. 
The march continued some thirty miles without much rest, 
and the rebels were encountered on the banks of the Black- 
water, at Ludlow Lawrence's plantation, where a smart, 
though brief skirmish took place, but our artillery soon drove 
the enemy. Company H, of the Sixth, crossed the river, but 
the main force could not, on account of the depth of the water, 
the destruction of the ford, and an accident to the pontoons ; 
and thus the object of the expedition, — the capture of a rocket 
battery, known to be near, was foiled. The forces moved down 
to Franklin, where an artillery duel occupied the afternoon, 
the Sixth being in line of battle, but not participating in the 
fight. Camp was reached in the afternoon of the 19th, after 
sixty-five miles of marching. Under fire for the first time, the 
behavior of all was handsome. 

November 27th, Thanksgiving, was observed as a holiday, the 
Governor's Proclamation and General Orders having been read 
by the chaplain, at divine service, the previous Sunday. A 
large number of strangers was present, and the larders of the 
men overflowed with comforts. Boxes from home, containing 
tons of luxuries, were constantly arriving, and they did much 
to moisten the " hard tack," and soften the proverbial " salt 
mule." 

December 1st, the regiment went out as part of a force of 
three thousand men, to prevent the operations of a rebel party, 
said to be throwing up earthworks at Beaver Dam Church. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 169 

Nothing was seen of the sort, but two pieces of the Rocket 
battery, and twenty rebel prisoners were captured. 

December 6th, a new camping-ground was occupied, on the 
front. A large number of huts were already standing, built 
by the Eighty-Fifth Pennsylvania ; but most of the old ones 
were taken to pieces, and removed to the new ground, and 
here the regiment remained till its term of service expired. 
This camp received the name of Camp Misery, but it was soon 
so improved that it became healthy and pleasant. 

December 11th, a large force, including the Sixth, was sent 
to a ford of the BlacRwater, near Zuni, to rout a rebel force. 
The river was reached, and the picket reserve of the enemy 
opened fire on our advance. The Sixth lost a gallant officer, 
Lieutenant Barr, of Company I, Lawrence, who was shot 
through the heart. After a hard march of fifty miles, the 
regiment reached camp, December 13tli. Company I acted as 
skirmishers on the river bank, while the balance of the regi- 
ment supported Howard's battery, and was much exposed by 
a cruel fire of musketry and shell, though no other loss was 
experienced. 

At midnight, January 29th, the regiment fell in under General 
Corcoran, in a force of four thousand three hundred men, and 
marched towards the Blackwater. Our advanced guard encoun- 
tered the enemy's pickets six miles out, and after driving them 
in, our artillery was immediately placed in position, (Seventh 
Massachusetts, and Follett's Fourth U. S.,) and the Sixth was 
ordered to support the Seventh, which was here under fire for the 
first time. The position of the regiment was on the edge of 
a swamp, at the side of the road, and was very exposed. The 
engagement opened at 3| o'clock, A. M., on the 30th, and 
continued for two hours at close range, — eight hundred yards. 
The firing was very rapid, and very accurate on both sides. 
Shot and shell tore up the ground and trees, and many hair- 
breadth escapes were experienced by those who were not 
injured. At daylight our forces retired for a better position, 
and new lines of battle were formed a sliort distance in the 
rear. But they were soon ordered forward. Tlie rebels were 
found in another position, nearly a mile in the rear of their 
first. Another engagement of an hour occurred, ending in 
a repulse of the foe. Our forces followed in pursuit, and over- 

22 



ITO ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

hauled them eight, miles distant, and our batteries shelled 
their rear-guard of* infantry, and our cavalry pushed them 
across the Blackwater. General Roger A. Pryor commanded 
the rebels. Our force returned after a march of thirty-five 
miles, and three fights, all in twenty-four hours. Our total 
loss was twenty-four killed, and eighty wounded, of which 
number, the Sixth lost six killed, four mortally wounded, and 
seven wounded. 

This was a most tedious march, and trying engagement. 
The night was pitchy dark ; the shot and shell ploughed inces- 
santly, but the men held their positions, and went and came 
through mud knee-deep. The horses of Colonel Follansbee, 
and Adjutant Allen were killed with shell, and the adjutant 
was severely injured by the fall of his horse. The conduct of 
officers and men was admirable throughout. 

At this time nearly two hundred men were on detached 
service, distributed throughout the command, but not one of 
them ever deserted, or was court-martialed for dereliction of 
duty ; a good record. 

With the exception of fatigue and picket duty, the regiment 
was very quiet during February and March, in consequence of 
the rain, snow, and mud that prevailed. 

April 8th, the regiment was ordered to be ready to strike tents 
and leave Suffolk at a moment's warning, and April 10th huts 
were dismantled, fixtures given away, and all were reduced to 
light marching order, preparatory to going elsewhere — to New- 
bern, as was generally supposed — when the order was counter- 
manded, as an immediate attack from the enemy was antici- 
pated. April 11th, all women and children were ordered away, 
and the same day our pickets were driven in, and a large force, 
under General Longstreet, laid siege to Suffolk. Company D 
was posted at a railroad bridge, near camp ; Companies H, C, 
and F, were sent into Fort Nansemond, remaining there a 
short time, till relieved by Hawkins' Zouaves ; and the balance 
of the Sixth were thrown into the rifle-pits, at the left of the 
fort. Colonel Follansbee was placed in command of the front, 
occupied by the New York One Hundred and Thirtieth, Massa- 
chusetts Seventh Battery, Sixth Massachusetts, and Fort Nan- 
semond. An attack was immediately expected, and from this 
time onward a continual skirmishing was kept up for twenty- 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 171 

three days, mostly between sliarpshooters, gunboats, and artil- 
lery, though several times the engagements assumed the pro- 
portions of smart battles. 

April 15th, all the sick of the regiment were sent to the gen- 
eral hospital, at Hampton, Va. 

April 24th, an expedition was organized to make a sortie on 
the Somerton road. Companies C, G, H, and I went out 
from the Sixth, under Lieutenant-Colonel Beal ; the whole 
commanded by Colonel FoUansbee, acting in conjunction with 
a large force on the Edenton road, led by General Corcoran. 
Just outside of the pickets the enemy were encountered, and 
a brisk skirmish followed. The Sixth had one man wounded. 
In other regiments the loss was severe. 

On the 4th of May, the enemy fell back from his position, 
and made a precipitous march towards Fredericksburg, and 
our forces started in pursuit, and captured several hundred 
prisoners. The Sixth went out some twelve miles, without 
overtaking the retreating enemy. During this twenty-three 
days' siege, the regiment was severely taxed, and much 
exposed, but the singular good fortune that has ever attended 
it, did not fail it here. Its loss was very slight compared with 
that of others equally exposed. 

May 13th, the regiment started with others, with three days' 
rations, towards the Blackwater, for the eighth and last time. 
Colonel Foster commanded the whole, and Colonel FoUansbee 
commanded Foster's brigade. The object was to protect work- 
men engaged in taking up the rails of the Seaboard and Roan- 
oke Railroad. The regiment reached Carrsville at daybreak. 
May 14th, and soon Colonel FoUansbee was engaging the enemy 
with a portion of his force, but the shells of the rebels reached 
the workmen, and they were compelled to withdraw, and com- 
mence labor nearer Carrsville. The Sixth was held in reserve 
till afternoon, when it was sent to the front. On the morning 
of the 15th, Companies A and F were sent out as skirmishers, 
and entering the woods they soon found the enemy advancing 
in force. The rest of the regiment went forward with other 
forces, and a line of battle was formed at Holland's House, 
near Hebron Church. Companies D and B were sent into the 
woods in front to skirmish, but were soon compelled to fall 
back to the line. Soon a smart figljt was going on, the volleys 



172 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

of musketry and artillery fire being continuous for nearly an 
hour, when, the enemy's fire slackening. Companies H and Gr 
were deployed into the woods. As they advanced, the enemy 
fell back, skirmishing going on constantly, until our skirmishers 
came up with their main body, when the two companies were, 
ordered back. Companies C and I were then thrown forward 
to watch the enemy's movements, but they had scarcely entered 
the woods, when the enemy opened fire all along his line, fiercer 
than before. Our skirmishers lay on the ground, and the shot 
and shell from both sides passed over their heads. But the 
artillery (Seventh Massachusetts,) being too much exposed, and 
its ammunition failing, our forces fell back a few rods, to a 
better position, at Hebron Church. As this was done, however, 
the whole line was ordered forward, the Sixth in reserve. The 
rebel fire was found too murderous for the exposed position in 
the open field, and the line was resumed at the Church. The 
enemy, as usual, showed no disposition to come out of the 
woods, and as Colonel Foster was under express orders only to 
check the enemy from interfering with our workmen, at night 
our forces took a very strong position in and around Carrsville. 
Nothing of note occurred further ; the enemy falling back to 
the Blackwater on the night of the 16th. 

In these three fights the Sixth suffered quite severely, having 
had twenty-one killed, wounded and missing. 

Our forces held their position, protecting the workmen till 
the track from Carrsville to Suffolk was taken up, and the 
Sixth then returned to Deserted House on the 19th, and bivou- 
acked on the ground for which it fought June 30th. Under 
command of General Corcoran, the regiment moved to Wind- 
sor, May 20th, to protect workmen in taking up the rails of the 
Norfolk and Petersburg road. Here it remained until the 23d, 
when General Corcoran notified Colonel Pollansbee that in con- 
sideration of the nearness of the time when its term of service 
would expire, the regiment would that day be relieved. 
Accordingly, at four P. M. it left for Suffolk, arriving after ten 
days of most fatiguing and exhausting service, which told more 
on the regiment's health and spirits than all the regt of its 
hardships combined. 

May 25th, General Peck and Colonel Foster issued very com- 
plimentary orders to the regiment, and on the morning of the 



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HOUSE— No. 100. 



173 



26th, it bade adieu to the scene of its toils and perils, arriving 
in Boston in the steamer S. R. Spaulding, after a delightful 
voyage. May 29th, and reaching Lowell the same day, where a 
splendid ovation was received from the people of Lowell. It 
was then — two days before the expiration of its term of service — 
dismissed, to report for mustering out on the 3d of June. 
With great order the men returned to their homes. 

Thus ended the second campaign of the Sixth Massachusetts 
Regiment, honorably to itself, and with remarkable exemption 
from death by disease and battle, when the number of its 
engagements, and the unhealthy location of its camp on the 
edge of the Dismal Swamp, are considered. Much of this 
exemption should be attributed to the humane courage of its 
commanding officers, the skill and care of its surgeons ; but 
more to the sterling sense and intelligence of the men them- 
selves. Colonel Follansbee could have sacrificed many of them 
had he been ambitious to do so, and would have done so had 
he possessed less military skill. 

Ofiicers and men parted with remarkable good-will, and with 
a mutual harmony and confidence rarely witnessed. And as 
those who composed the regiment look back and review their 
campaign, they must generally congratulate themselves tliafr 
their military experience was, on the whole, so agreeable. 



Killed in action or mortally wounded. 

Died of disease, 

Wounded, . 

Discharged, . 

Mustered out, 

Resigned, 

Deserted, 

Prisoners, . 



12 

13 

22 

20 

1 

6 

8 

6 



All who were killed in battle, or who died of disease, were 
embalmed and sent home for interment — a remarkable fact in 
the history of a regiment. Not one of its members rests in 
Virginia soil. 



174 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 



NAMES. 


a3 
bo 


Eesidence. 


EemSrks. 


Frederick J. Coffin, Colonel, 


55 


Newburyport. . 


_ 


James Hudson, Jr., Lieut. Colonel, 


31 


Lynn. . . . 


- 


Israel W. Wallace, Major, . 


42 


Beverly. . . 


- 


Benjamin F. Peach, Jr., Adjutant, 


24 


Marblehead. . 


_ 


Ephraim A. Ingalls, Quartermast'r, 


36 


Lynn. . . . 


- 


Charles Haddock, Surgeon, . 


40 


Beverly. . . 


- - 


John L. Robinson, As't Surgeon, . 


27 


Wenham. . . 


-• 


John C. Kimball, Chaplain, . 


30 


Bevei'ly. . . 


- 


William A. Fra^er, Serg't Major, . 


42 


Lynn, . . . 


Prom'd from Co. D. 


Jos. A. Ingalls, Q. M. Sergeant, . 


22 


Swampscott. . 


_ 


John B. Seward, Com'y Sergeant, 


44 


Newburyport, . 


Prom'd from Co. A. 


Horace R. Lovett, Hosp'l Stew'd, . 


25 


Boxford. . . 


- 


Company A— ISTewburyiJort. 








Stephen D. Gardiner, Captain, 


30 


Newburyport. . 


- 


Joseph L. Johnson, 1st Lieutenant, 


33 


li 


- - 


Eben P. Cutter, 2d Lieutenant, . 


32 


n 


- 


Sanford W. Grant, 1st Sergeant, . 


26 


u 


- 


Robert G. Sargent, Sergeant, 


31 


u 


- 


Edward F. Bartlett, " 


27 


u 


- - 


Edward J. Sawyer, " 


34 


li 


- 


Thomas C. Young, " 


29 


tl 


- 


George E. Sanglands, Corporal, . 


26 


li 


- 


Charles H. Goodwin, " 


27 


u 


_ _ 


Eben Noyes, " 


25 


li 


- 


William H. Merrill, " 


26 


li 


- - 


Charles L. Cook, " 


30 


1( 


- - 


Frederick T. Currier, " 


19 


u 


- 


Warren Merrill, " 


37 


a 


[no official notice rec'd. 


Rufus B. Hoyt, " 


28 


(( 


Discharged at Boston, 


William Batchelder, Musician, 


38 


a 


— - 


Lewis H. Johnson, " 


29 


11 


_ 


Nicholas W. Bartlett, Wagoner, . 


36 


11 


- 


Barnes, Joseph, .... 


32 


(( 


- 


Batchelder, John W., . 






21 


(1 


- — 


Butterfield, Samuel, 






36 


11 


- 


Brown, Daniel, Jr., 






23 


11 


- 


Boyle, Nathaniel, . 






22 


11 


- 


Bahan, William, . 






21 


11 


_ 


Bennett, Michael, 






.25 


(1 


- - 


Bamford, Jos. A., . 






35 


li 


_ 


Choate, Leonard, . 






27 


u 


- 


Choate, Calvin, . 






25 


li 


- 


Clark, Orrin W., . 






35 


11 


- 


Canning, Charles, 






21 


(( 


- 


Chase, Jos. N., 






21 


11 


- 


Cobb, Samuel 0., 






19 


(( 


- ■ 


Carroll, John, 






22 


(( 


- 


Currier, Briggs, . 






25 


u 


- 


Collins, Charles H., 






28 


It 


- 


Colby, John G., . 






21 


11 


" ' 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



175 



Remarks. 



Company A — Con. 
Clements, John M. W., 
Coffin, Francis E., 
Chase, Joseph T., 
Daniels, William H., 
Dennett, Sewall, . 
Dwyer, William T., 
Dorsey, Philip, 
Estes, Samuel, 
Edwerly, Norman F., 
Fogg, Jeremiah W., 
Frost, Nelson, 
Fitzgerald, Richard, 
Fenley, Anthony, 
Goodwin, Major, Jr., 
Goodwin, William A., 
Goodwin, Webster, 
Greeley, James P., 
Gurnsey, Henry, . 
Gurnsey, Horace E., 
Goodhue, William F., 
Howard, James N., 
Humphreys, Thomas, 
Humphreys, Robert, 
Heath, James L., . 
Hoskins, Joseph, . 
Hilgert, Francisco, 
Jones, Washington R., 
Lurvey, Richard, . 
Lewis, Alfred A., . 
Lewi^, Rufus, 
Lunt, Frederick G., 
Lattime, Nicholas, 
Lattime, Hartwell L., 
Lawry, Lewis, 
Lynch, Patrick, . 
Meader, James W., 
Merrill, Amos C, . 
Merrill, Charles W., 
Merrill, Asa, 
Morrison, Nathaniel P., 
Morrill, Charles O., 
Maher, Edward, . 
Nield, Enoch A., . 
Noyes, George S., 
Page, Charles W., 
Patten, John R., . 
Russell, John T., . 
Robinson, Oscar G., 
Russell, Samuel, . 
Stickney, George W., 



24 
34 

21 
23 
36 
26 
21 
36 

43 

25 
29 
21 
32 
31 
27 
29 
20 
44 
41 
27 
29 
18 
24 
32 
20 
25 
36 
20 
IS 
26 
27 
22 
33 
31 
23 
26 
33 
41 
39 
39 
26 
22 
20 
24 
29 
38 
20 
41 
23 



Newburyport. 



Desrt'd Oct., 1862. 



titj', Feb. 27, 1863. 
Discharged for disabil- 



Dsrt'd Nov. 22, '62. 



Desrt'd Oct., 1862. 



Dsrt'd Nov. 25, '62. 

[ity, May 5, 1863. 
Discharged for disabil- 



176 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

JEighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


to 

< 


Kesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company A — Con. 








Soule, Richard P., . . . 


29 


Newburyport. . 


- 


Swan, Isaac, 






31 




_ _ 


Shaw, Emery E., 






19 




_ _ 


Sparks, Charles W. 






21 




_ _ 


Smith, Andrew, . 






21 




_ _ 


Seward, George E., 






18 




[Serg't.,Nov. 7, 1862. 


Seward, John B., . 






44 




Promt'd to Commissary 


Shay, Dennis, 






26 




Desrt'd Oct., 1862. 


Torry, George, 






26 




_ _ 


Wood, John, 






20 




_ _ 


Whittier, Ezekiel G., 






43 




_ 


Weaver, Andrew, 






40 


" • 


_ _ 


Webber, Andrew G., 






29 




_ _ 


Wyatt, George W., 






26 




- 


Company B— Marblehead. 








Richard Phillips, Captain, . 


51 


Marblehead. . 


_ _ 


Benjamin L. Mitchell, 1st Lieutn't, 


38 




_ _ 


Stuart F. Melleam, 2d " 


24 




_ _ 


John W. Clark, 1st Sergeant, 


20 




_ _ 


Edward B. Smathurst, Sergeant, . 


42 




_ _ 


George D. Stevens " 


21 




_ 


Matthew S. Bassett, " 


22 




_ 


Isaac B. Wadden, " 


28 




_ 


Richard W. Vincent, Corporal, . 


29 




_ 


James A. Barron, " 


21 




_ _ 


Richard Phillips, Jr., " 


22 




_ 


Samuel Foss, " 


21 




_ 


Joseph S. Foster, " 


21 




_ 


Edward Hammond, " 


22 




- - . 


William Wooldredge, " 


24 




_ 


William R. Phillips, " 


19 




Died July 10, 1863. 


Philip W. Simonds, Musician, 


20 




_ _ 


James White, " 


23 






Peter G. Doliber, Wagoner, 


44 




_ 


Alley, George, .... 


30 


Wenbam. . . 


__ .. 


Bowden, William F., 






18 


Marblehead. . 


_ ^ 


Butler, Samuel, . 






26 




_ _ 


Bowden, John D , 






18 






Brown, Nathaniel, 






18 






Bates, Joseph, Jr., 






18 






Ballard, William M., 






23 






Bartlett, Eli V., Jr., 






18 






Chapman, Joseph R., 






23 




_ 


Coffin, Samuel, . 






25 






Carroll, James K., 






27 






Clark, Edward W., 






20 






Chase, Henry 0., 






18 






Coffin, Jacob W., 






19 






Doliber, Peter B., 






18 




- 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



177 



NAMES. 


to 
< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company B — Con. 








Eustis, Richard S., . . . 


36 


Marblehead. . 


- - 


Frost, William H., 






22 


(( 


- 


Frost, John R, . 






23 


u 


- — 


Graves, John B., 3d, . 






24 


(1 


- 


Gale, Thomas A., 






18 


tl 


- 


Goss, Richard, 






19 


(1 


- 


Goldsmith, Edward H., 






18 


« 


- 


Goss, John F., 






19 


a 


- 


Green, Josiah N., Jr., . 






22 


a 


- 


Gee, David, 






27 


u 


- 


Handy, Micajah, 






28 


u 


- 


Humphrey, Samuel D., 






25 


(( 


- 


Hooper, William H., . 






25 


(i 


- — 


Homan, Horace F., 






27 


(1 


- 


Hyan, Philip, 






26 


u 


- 


Hooper, Knott L., 






43 


« 


- 


Ireson, John H., 






27 


u 


- 


Kent, James, 






42 


u 


- - 


Knight, William M., 






44 


u 


- 


Kimball, William F., 






25 


^l 


- 


Mitchell, William F., J 


r., 




30 


u 


- 


Mitchell, Benjamin, 






23 


u 


- 


Moore, Henry, 






20 


a 


- 


McEachran, Collin, 






42 


(C 


— - 


Mitchell, William L., 






26 


u 


- 


Melvin, Daniel, . 






21 


(( 


- 


Nourse, George W., 






19 


u 


- 


Oliver, Benjamin E., 






19 


(i 


- 


Peach, Thomas, Jr., 






23 


a 


- - 


Peabody, Henry, 






34 


Wenham. . . 


- 


Phillips, Michael, 






17 


Marblehead. . 


- 


Pedrick, Benjamin T., 






18 


a 


- 


Phillips, Samuel H., 






35 


u 


- 


Reynolds, Charles, 






24 


li 


- 


Sinclair, George T., 






37 


a 


_ _ 


Sheridan, James, 






20 


(( 


- 


Stone, Nehemiah, 






24 


u 


- 


Stone, George E., 






20 


(( 


- 


Snow, William H, 






22 


11 


- 


Smith, John D., . 






22 


t( 


- 


Swasey, John F., 






25 


u 


- 


Sheridan, John H., 






18 


u 


— — 


Stone, William S., 






35 


41 


- 


Smith, John D., 2d, 






18 


a 


- 


Sweetland, Jacob *P., 






25 


i( 


- 


Stevens, John H., 2d, 






18 


a 


- 


Smith, Samuel, . 






24 


a 


- - 


Smethurst, Edward, 






18 


u 


Died July 16, 1863. 


Thayer, Nathaniel, 






21 


(( 


- 


Vincent, Francis W., 






30 


(t 


" ' 



23 



178 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company S-^Con. 
Woodfin, William L., . 
Woodman, Joseph B., 

Company C— Marbleliead. 
Samuel C. Graves, Captain, . 
Lorenzo F. Linnell, 1st Lieut., 
Samuel Roads, 2d Lieut., 
William Goodwin, 3d, 1st Serg't, 
Joseph Cloutman, Sergeant, 
Joseph Doliber, Jr., " 
Eichard T. Grant, " 
Robert T. Felton, " 
Stephen D. Morris, Corporal, 
Benjamin Pitman, " 

Philip C. Besson, " 

William T. Blackler, " 
Elias T. Blaney, " 

William C. Knowland, " 
Benjamin F. Doe, " 

Juhus W. Rogers, " 

John H. Knight, Musician, . 
Stephen Chapman, Wagoner, 
Aiken, Charles, . 
Atkins, Nathaniel H., 
Bessom, James F., 
Brown, John E., . 
Bessom, Jos. S., . 
Broughton, John H., • 
Blackler, Frank, • 
Bailey, Thomas P., 
Butman, Benjamin F., 
Bowden, William S., 
Brown, Isaac L., . 
Bartol, Francis W., 
Barnard, George B., 
Brewster, William H., 
Bartlett, Nicholas, Jr., 

Brown, Henry, I., 

Clothy, Joseph, . 

Carey, John T., . 

Chapman, Jeremiah R. 

Colyer, Isaac F., . 

Clothy, John, 2d, . 

Clair, John B., 

Chase, Francis A., 

Deed, Jacob M., . 

Davis, Nathaniel, . 

Doliber, Eleazer L., 

Davis, Henry J., . 

Emerson, George, 



20 
41 



32 

39 

37 

39 

33 

35 

29 

28 

25 

23 

33 

23 

24 

24 

25 

39 

20 

27 

18 

21 

35 

20 

22 

30 

18 

20 

20 

18 

28 

21 

40 

23 

19 

20 

21 

18 

30 

25 

31 

18 

26 

22 

20 

82 

20 

24 



Marblehead. 
Wenham. . 



Marblehead. 



Newburyport. 
Marblehead, 
Newburyport, 
Marblehead. 



Newburyport 



Died July 17, '63. 
Desr'd Oct. 3, '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



179 



Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



NAMES. 


6 
to 

<1 


Resiclence. 


Kemarks. 


Company C — Con. 










Gilbert, Thomas, Jr., . 


31 


Marblehead. . 


- - 




Goodwin, Thomas M., . 


20 


a 


- 




Goodwin, Benjamin A., 


21 


u 


- 




Girdler, William, .... 


30 


u 


- 




Gilbert, John, .... 


35 


i( 


- 




Green, Benjamin M., . 


48 


a 


- 




Goodwin, William, 4th, 


34 


u 


- 




Gilbert, Jos. G,, . 


18 


ii. 


_ 




Grant, John, .... 


18 


u 


Died July 22, 


'63. 


Hammond, John E., . 


22 


11 


- - 




Haynes, George H., 


18 


Newburyport. . 


- 




Hooper, William, .... 


20 


Lawrence, . . 


Desr'd Oct. 8, 


'62. 


Kirkwood, Henry C, . 


24 


Newburyport. . 


- 




Mahoney, Timothy, 


19 


Marblehead. . 


- 




Madison, Andrew, 


40 


li. 


— — 




Millet, Frank, .... 


36 


u 


_ - 




Morris, Albert, .... 


18 


1.1, 


- - 




Mansfield, Daniel R., . 


18 


u 


- 




Nichols, Alfred M., 


21 


(( 


_ 




Preble, Knott S., . 


30 


" 


_ - 




Preble, Samuel S., . . . 


33 


u 


- - 




Parks, Joseph, .... 


28 


Newburyport. . 


- 




Eoundy, Edward, 


26 


Marblehead. . 


- - 




Eoundy, Richard G., . 


33 


a 


[Oct. 4, 


1862. 


Roads, Samuel, .... 


37 


a 


Promoted to 2(1 Lieut. 


Sparhawk, John A., 


21 


a 


- 




Sinclair, Richard G., . 


24 


u 


- - 




Swasey, William P., . 


18 


u 


- 




Sweet, Benjamin, . • . 


34 


a 


- - 




Shepherd, James, Jr., . 


19 


u 


- 




Sweetland, Jos. B., . . . 


26 


u 


- 




Shepherd, William W., 


30 


a 


- 




Strong, Philip H., . . . 


18 


44 


- - 




Salkins, Richard H., . 


18 


u 


_ _ 




Salkins, Richard, .... 


39 


;i 


- - 




Stevers, Nathaniel G., . 


28 


(1 


- 




Sparhawk, Samuel, 2d., 


35 


u 


- 




Sargent, Albert T., . 


23 


Newburyport, . 


Desr'd Nov. 25 


,'62. 


Stanton, Thomas, .... 


23 


a 


Desr'd Oct. 8, 


'62. 


Tucker, John T 


23 


Marblehead. . 


- 




Tucker, Chadwell, Jr., . 


25 


u 


- - 




Turner, William H., . 


21 


u 


- 




Tutt, John S., . . . . 


24 


a 


- - 




Tuckei', George, .... 


25 


a 


- 




Taylor, William K., . 


23 


Newburyport, . 


Desrd' Oct. 8, 


'62. 


Woodfin, John H., . . . 


21 


Marblehead. . 


_ — 




Widger, John, . ., . 


25 


Newburyport, . 


Desr'd Oct. 18 


'62. 


Wiggin, John H., . 


25 


i( 


Desr'd Oct. 8, 


'62. 



180 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company "D— Iiynn. 
George T. Newliall, Captain, 
Thomas H. Berry, 1st Lieutenant. 
William H. Merritt, 2d " 
George E. Palmer, 1st Sergeant, 
W. Henry Keene, Sergeant, 
Henry H. Goodridge, " 
Nathan A. Nichols, " 

Horace E. Monroe, " 

Stephen A. Oliver, Corporal, 
Samuel Foster, " 

Henry B. Lovering, " 
George G. Merritt, " 

George W. Newhall, " 
John H. Bubier, " 

George H. Hobby, " 

Edward C. Neal," " 

Joseph Bedell, Musician, 
David C. Plumstead, Musician, 
Abel G. Wright, Wagoner, 
Alley, James D., . 
Atkinson, Edward J., 
Atherton, Albert, 
Babb, George M., 
Burrill, George O., 
Burrill, E. Warren, 
Barry, Edward A., 
Bubier, John H., . 
Brown, John, 
Black, Alexander, 
Barrett, Daniel N., 
Brimblecom, John W., 
Brick, Edward S., 
Burns, William H., 
Clerk, George, 
Clough, Sullivan E., 
Curtis, Alfred, 
Currant, J. Freeland, 
Clough, Josiah E., 
Chase, John H., . 
Chamljerlain, Garland S., 
Cole, Frank H., . 
Clanage, Joseph O., 
Dow, Charles L., . 
Delnow, Charles H., 
Dodge, George W., 
Dearborn, Joseph P., 
Dailey, Lewis F., . 
Elmar, Charles H., 
Emerton, Lemuel M., 
Foster, George W., 



31 
28 
32 
27 
24 
29 
39 
23 
25 
30 
22 
27 
23 
24 
32 
22 
28 
19 
32 
32 
22 
31 
28 
19 
25 
36 
43 
29 
41 
29 
26 
29' 
43 
39 
28 
24 
24 
31 
29 
45 
27 
43 
27 
31 
22 
24 
19 
19 
22 
25 



Lynn. 



Richm'nd, Me 
Lynn. 



Boston. 
Lynn, 



[Major Nov. 7, 1862. 
Promoted to Sergeant- 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



181 



NAMES. 


60 


Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company D — Con. 






Frazer, William A., . 


26 


Lynn, . . . 


Transf d to Co. K Jan. 


Goss, George, 






25 


" ■ 




[1, 1863. 


Gutterson, Charles B., 






23 


i.i 






Hadley, William W., 






28 


u 




- - 


Hall, Anthony D., 






39 


a 




- 


Holliday, William, 






21 


^ugus. . 




- - 


Halliday, Joseph A., 






21 


Lynn. . 




- 


Hiller, Thomas, . 






29 


a 




_ — 


Jones, James E., . 






23 


u 




_ _ 


Kenyon, Kichard, . 






44 


a 




_ _ 


Lakeman, William C, 






27 


(( 




_ _ 


Laskey, John W. P., 






20 


Charlestow] 


1. . 


- - 


Lamphier, Benjamin B 


•) 




25 


Lynn. . 




- 


Lord, Joseph H., . 






40 


u 




- - 


Lindsey, Theodore, 






30 


(( 




_ _ 


Lindsey, Benjamin, 






30 


u 




- _ 


MarsTi, Samuel E., 






36 


u 




_ — 


McMichael, William H 


? 




26 


Charlestowi 


1. . 


- - 


Morrill, Eeuben S., 






22 


Lynn. . 




- - 


Mc Arthur, John, . 






19 


a 




_ _ 


McKenny, John H., 






23 


Bangor, Me 




- - 


Newhall, Charles M., 






20 


Lynn. . 




_ _ 


Neal, John H., 






30 


a 




_ _ 


Nolan, Benjamin L., 






19 


u 




_ — 


Neal, Russell T., . 






35 


u 




_ _ 


Nicholson, George A., 






24 


u 




_ _ 


Poole, Thomas E., 






22 


u 




_ _ 


Patch, John A., . 






29 


a 




_ _ 


Rooney, Charles, . 






19 


(( 




- - 


Sanderson, James H., 






31 


u 




_ _ 


Sullivan, Stephen F., 






26 


u 




_ _ 


Stacy, George, 






44 


" 




— — 


Stackpole, Samuel L., 






23 


a 




- 


Tarbox, James M., Jr., 






19 


a 




_ _ 


Tarbox, Joseph E., 






23 


a 




_ _ 


Tedford, John, 






33 


a 




_ _ 


Tilton, William H., 






26 


u 




_ _ 


Thompson, William J., 






26 


4( 




- - 


Tufts, Moses B., Jr., 






35 


" 




_ _ 


Taylor, Charles H., . 






35 


U 




_ — 


Thomas, Henry V., 






24 


Boston. . . 




_ _ 


Taylor, Thomas, Jr., . 






33 


Lynn. . . 




- _ 


Usher, Charles N., 






22 


" 




_ _ 


Wood, Lewis D., . 






32 


a 




_ _ 


Worcester, Ira W., 






33 


u 




_. _ 


Wentworth, George, . 






45 


u 




_ _ 


Wyman, Francis P., . 






23 


" 




- - 



182 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 
JEighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan, 



Company E— Beverly. 
Francis E. Porter, Captain, . 
Hugh J. Munsey, 1st Lieutenant, . 
Eleazer Giles, 2d Lieut. 
Benjamin F. Herrick, 1st Serg't., 
Alfred Porter, Sergeant, . 
Samuel Bell, " 

George R. Sands, " 
John Lowe, ' " . , 

Jesse A. Blake, Corporal, 
John H. Chipman, " 
Frederick A. Currier, Corporal, . 
Henry A. Hale, " 

Benjamin F. Dodge, " 

Charles L. Darling, " 

John Neville, " 

George W. Lovett, " 

Andrews, Edwin, . 
Andrews, Augustus, 
Abbott, George P., 
Adams, Benjamin, 
Benson, Henry, Jr., 
Brown, Thomas D., 
Bryant, Jonathan, 
Berry, William W., 
Cree, William P., . 
Cutter, Samuel, . 
Cole, George E., . 
Crampsey, Jacob, Jr., 
Clayton, Joseph, . 
Cleaves, Benjamin A., 
Cook, George G., . 
Cross, Charles W"., 
Campbell, Archibald, 
Day, Benjamin H., 
Dennett, Albert H., 
Frazier, Daniel G., 
Foster, Moses F., . 
Foster, Georga A., 
Foster, Horace, . 
Foster, Eobert B., 
Goodhue, Addison, Jr., 
Gott, James B., 
Goodhue, George H., 
Goodrich, George H., 
Galloup, Augustus A., 
Hammond, Philip A., 
Herrick, Francis S., 
Herrick, George A., 
Hull, Josiah H., . 
Han vers, John, . 



37 
26 
36 
34 
32 
34 
26 
45 
25 
23 
22 
22 
32 
26 
22 
27 
38 
25 
30 
18 
25 
35 
34 
18 
32 
37 
19 
21 
20 
25 
42 
18 
18 
30 
18 
35 
28 
22 
19 
18 
22 
36 
18 
28 
34 
20 
28 
20 
37 
18 



Beverly. 



Eemarks. 



Dsrt'd Nov. 23, '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE~No. 100. 
Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



183 



Company E — Con. 
Henderson, George O., 
Hanson, Noah B., 
Hill, Benjamin B., 
Kinsman, Jacob, . 
Kendall, James H., Jr., 
Lufkin, George E., 
Lynn, William C, 
Lee, Josiah E,., 
Lovett, Henry F., 
Morse, Charles H., 
Murray, John E,, . 
Mowatt, George A., 
Monies, George T., 
Murphy, Edward, 
Millett, Charles H., 
Millett, George, . 
Masury, John F., . 
Monroe, William H. H., 
McKay, John W., 
Ober, Joseph H., . 
Ober, Horace, 
Odell, David, 
Odell, Charles, . 
Pierce, Stephen, . 
Parker, efohn L., . 
Perry, Winthrop, . 
Perkins, Henry S., 
Eemmonds, Charles T., 
Rowe, Charles E., 
Stone, Robert W., 
Stickney, Charles H., 
Stanley, Elbridge K., 
Smith, William L, 
Spinney, Elijah, . 
Taylor, Orange R., 
Trafton, Charles, . 
Thissell, John B., . 
Whiting, Ephraim, 
Ward, William, . 
Whitehouse, Michael, 
Waitt, Joseph A., 
Wallis, Henry B., 
Woodbury, Josiah, 
Weeks, William H., 
Webber, William P., 
Webber, Sherebiah S., 
Whipple, Emerson T., 
Whitmarsh, George A., 
Woodbury, Jonathan, 
West, William H., 



18 
33 
18 
25 
32 
18 
24 
22 
21 
21 
29 
29 
28 
26 
19 
20 
25 
21 
22 
26 
20 
23 
20 
27 
30 
19 
23 
20 
21 
30 
18 
24 
45 
43 
26 
18 
18 
20 
45 
30 
21 
20 
26 
18 
23 
26 
25 
19 
19 
19 



Beverly. 



Discrg'd — no date. 



184 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



Company F— Lynn. 
Henry Stone, Captain, 
Mathias N. Snow, 1st Lieut., 
George Watts, 2d Lieut., 
Josiali F. Kimball, 1st Sergeant, 
Kobert P. Martin, Sergeant, 
Albert Sargent, 
George W. Rowe, 
Thomas Payton, 
Henry H. Jordon, Corporal, 
James O. Black, " 

John C. Chase, 
John H. Foster, " 

Benjamin P. Boynton, " 
Charles O. Harraden, " 
Nathaniel Johnson, " 
William F. McDavitt, " 
Charles W. Lewis, Musician, 
Frederick A. Clark, " 
John Q. Adams, Wagoner, 
Alley, Alfred, 
Allen, Elbridge G., 
Alley, James E., . 
Breed, Sylvester S., 
Breed, William J, 
Bryant, Augustus M., 
Burbank, Willard W., 
Bates, Edwin, 
Brackett, Warren, 
Breed, Zelotes B., 
Brown, Ezra, 
Conboy, John, 
Clark, John W., . 
Caswell, Charles E,,. 
Clark, William J., 
Chase, John I., 
Clisby, Charles, . 
Campbell, George, 
Dickson, John A., 
Edmunds, William S., 
Goodwin, William H., 
Grover, Charles M., 
Goodwin, Lorenzo D., 
Garland, Isaac, 
Hudson, Henry C, 
Hawks, George A., 
Herrick, Charles G., 
Hutchinson, Joseph, 
Ingalls, Fenelon, 
Johnson, Otis, 
Johnson, John B., 



20 
28 
23 
24 
20 
21 
29 
25 
24 
21 
i24 
22 
28 
22 
18 
37 
30 
32 
35 
18 
17 
19 
34 
21 
20 
20 
33 
18 
20 
24 
19 
18 
19 
29 
18 
22 
21 
23 
19 
35 
18 
28 
35 
32 
23 
19 
19 



Lynn. 



Saugus. 
Lynn. 

n 

Boston. 

u 

Lynn. 



1864.] 



HOUSE~No. 100. 
Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



185 



Comjjany F — Con. 
Jillson, George E., 
Jolinson, Horace L., 
Jackson, Charles T., 
Kimball, Amos, . 
Lufkin, Sj'lvester, 
Lewis, James W., 
Larrabee, Francis P., 
Libby, Justin, 
Lufkin, Charles A., 
Libby, Loton H., 
Lawrence, Fernando, 
Marshall, Wesley, 
Martin, John, 
Mansfield, Charles C, 
McGregor, George, 
Moulton, Frank, 
Niles, Isaac C, 
Nichols, Henry P., 
Neill, William H., 
Newhall, Warren J., 
Newton, William S., 
Orr, James, . 
Pope, Samuel O., 
Pinkham, Charles J., 
Perkins, Samuel D., 
Parrott, Joseph A., 
Peabody, Edes H., 
Payson, William L., 
Perkins, Abraham, 
Rollins, Benjamin A., 
Reed, George R., 
Smith, George, 
Segor, Henry F., 
Smith, AVilliam H., 
South wick, Joseph P., 
Sherman, Stiles F., 
Smith, Charles H., 
Tarbox, Alfred A., 
Thompson, James H., 
Tutt, Benjamin, Jr., 
Waitt, George H., 
Waitt, Charles H., 
Waitt, Edmund H., 
Woodbury, Gustavus L 
Wyman, Henry, . 
Witham, Nicholas, 
Young, Hugh, . 



18 
22 
25 
36 
19 
26 
19 
22 
26 
27 
20 
26 
26 
18 
18 
24 
23 
44 
22 
27 
24 
18 
38 
18 
32 
24 
27 
27 
24 
20 
27 
20 
25 
32 
21 
34 
20 
41 
39 
17 
26 
19 
28 
29 
19 
46 
28 



Lynn. 



Saugus, 
Lynn. 



Saugus. 
Lynn. 



Boston. 



Died Mar. 19, 1863. 



Desr'dNov. 10,'62. 



24 



186 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


6 

<1 


Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company G— Gloucester. 








David W. Low, Captain, 


29 


Gloucester. 


- 


Edward L. Eowe, 1st Lieutenant, 


29 


a 


_ 


Samuel Fears, 2d " . 


25 


14 


- 


George L. Fears, 1st Sergeant, . 


25 


a 


_ 


Isaac N. Story, Sergeant, 


28 


" 


_ 


Alonzo A. Nye, " 


24 


11 


- 


Samuel Tarr, 


37 


u 


- 


Charles S. Forbes, " 


23 


ti 


- 


Frank G. Godfrey, Corporal, 


22 


<£ 


- 


Samuel W. Brown, Jr., " 


18 


(( 


_ 


Jeremiah Foster, Jr., " 


20 


u 


- 


George A. Watson, " 


21 


a 


- - 


John J. Everdeen, " 


36 


a 


- 


Willard S. Sadler, 


23 


(( 


- 


John P. Tarr, 


18 


a 


- 


Martin Dunn, " 


18 


a 


[ment, June 6, 1868. 


Robert Collins, " 


25 


u 


Discharged for re-enlist- 


Octavus Phipps, Musician, . 


23 


a 


- 


Samuel S. Estes, Wagoner, . 




32 


S. Reading. 


- 


Allen, James S. C, 




21 


Gloucester. 


- 


Ames, Gorham B., 






18 


a 


- 


Adams, Howard, . 






18 


a 


Disch'dNov.11,'62. 


Beals, Leverett S., 






24 


Rockport. . . 


- 


Blake, Charles M., 






22 


Gloucester. 


- 


Babson, Osman, . 






20 


a 


- 


Bagley, John H., . 






29 


u 


- 


Brazier, Eben H., 






30 


14 


— — 


Bickford, Andrew B., . 






42 


14 


_ 


Barber, Edward, . 






18 


11 


- 


Bray, Albion B., . 






18 


U 


- 


Babson, Frank, . 






19 


44 


- 


Berry, Walter, 






19 


41 


- 


Gates, John, 






22 


It 


_ _ 


Center, Addison, . 






22 


14 


_ 


Center, Albert, . 






21 


11 • 


Died Feb. 26, '63. 


Crosby, Benjamin, 






18 


44 


Discharged to re-enlist 


Dodge, George W., 


'( 




20 


11 


[June 4, 1863. 


Davis, Francis, 






19 


11 


— - 


Douglass, Robert, 






21 


(4 


- 


DoUiver, Edward, 






18 


14 


[June 4, 1863. 


Davis, John J,, 






26 


11 


Discharged to re-enlist 


Friend, Sidney, . 






22 


U 


- 


Friend, Albert, . 






19 


14 


- - 


Friend, Alfred, . 






24 


41 


- 


Flannagan, Peter, 






26 


14 


- 


Gardner, George, 3d, 






27 


44 


- 


Gaffney, Henry D., 






19 


44 


/ 


Gardner, Sidney, 






19 


11 




Hinckley, Edmund P., 




20 


14 


- 


Hodgkins, Fitz, .... 


20 


11 


" 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



187 



NAMES. 


< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company G — Con. 








Howard, George R., . 


39 


Gloucester. 


- - 


Hutchinson, James, 






32 


a 


- 


Harris, William J., 






32 


:: 




_ 


Haskell, Howard, 






19 


4( 




- 


Jordan, William H., 






18 


a 




- 


Jeffs, William H., 






18 


ii. 




- 


Jones, Charles B., 






27 


" . 




- 


Kenney, Eibridge, 






25 


(( 




- - 


Low, Gorham P., Jr., 






17 


(( 




- - 


Lane, Edwin L., . 






22 


(1 




- - 


Lunt, William, 






26 


u 




- - ■ 


Lambert, James H., 






29 


u 




- 


Locke, Francis, Jr., 






23 


i( 




- - 


Leonard, William H., 






35 


Brookline. 




- 


Merchant, John H., 






27 


Beverly. 




- 


Marshall, George J., 






21 


Gloucester. 




~ - 


Mc Cloud, John, . 






45 


a 




[June 4, 1863. 


Millward, Benjamin F. 






18 


u 




Discharged to re-enlist, 


Nichols, Peter, 






21 


a 




- — 


Nickerson, James A., 






19 


li 




[June 4, 1863. 


Noyes, Wallace, . 






28 


(4 




Discharged to re-enlist 


Pearce, David, 






20 


ii 




_ _ 


Pulcifer, Benjamin F., 






20 


U 




- 


Pittman, Charles H., 






29 


a 




[June 4. 1863. 


Perkins, Fitz W., 






18 


ui. 




Discharged to re-enlist 


Rogers, Charles, . 






32 


a 




- 


Eobinson, Robert, 






23 


(C 




- 


Robinson, Allen B., 






21 


u 




[June 4, 1863. 


Ralfe, Thomas, . 






41 


a 




Discharged to re-enlist, 


Sanborn, George, 






21 


u 




- - 


Shepherd, Joseph C, 






18 


4C 




- 


Sawyer, George W., 






22 


U 




- 


Sylvester, Charles S., 






18 


(( 




- - 


Smith, George H., 






43 


u 




- 


Smith, David E., 






24 


(( 




- 


Smith, James S., . 






30 


Salem. . 




- 


Shuttleworth, John, 






42 


Gloucester. 




_ - 


Sayward, Samuel, Jr., 






20 


u 




- 


Sadler, Henry S., 






25 


(( 




- 


Sargent, Milton, . 






25 


a 




- 


Saville, Edward E., 






23 


u 




- 


Steele, Franklin, . 






22 


1.1. 




[June 2, 1863. 


Sargent, George D., 






20 


u 




Discharged to re-enlist, 


Stuart, Joshua, 






28 


ii. 




Discharged to re-enlist, 












June 2, 1863. 


Somes, George W., 2d, 




27 


u 




Died June 22, '63. 


Tuck, Azor A., . 




23 


u 




- 


Tuttle, Daniel W., 




25 


Rockport. 




- 


Tupper, Alexander G., 




20 


Gloucester. 


- - 


Thompson, James W., . 




26 


li 


" 



188 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


so 

< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company G — Con. 








Wonson, Charles H., . 


19 


Gloucester. 


- 


Wonson, William N., . 


19 


ii. 


- 


Wonson, William L., . 


18 


a 


- 


Zeigler, James A., 


20 


u 


— — 


Company H— Springfield. 








George B,. Davis, Captain., . 


23 


Springfield. . 


- 


William J. Landen, 1st Lieutenant, 


27 


a 


- - 


Christopher J. Plaisted, 2d Lieut., 


22 


Boston. . . . 


- 


William W. Watson, 1st Sergeant, 


30 


" 


- 


Sylvanus Walker, Sergeant, . 


42 


Springfield. . 


- 


James B. Goggins, " . . 


24 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


William W. Gray, 


24 


- 


[June 5, 1863. 


Charles L. Wood, " 


24 


Springfield, . 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


John C. Gray, Corporal, 


27 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Charles E. Holman, " 


25 


Springfield. 


- 


John B. Wild, " 


23 


a 


- 


Wm. J. Anderson, " 


20 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


George Benedict, Jr., " 


25 


" 


- 


Edward W. Gray, " 


40 


Springfield. . 


- - 


George W. CuUen, " 


23 


Boston. . . - 


[June 5, 1863. 


Wm. Truden, 1st, " 


18 


Springfield, . 


Discharged to re-enlist. 


Anderson, William, 


18 


Springfield. . 


- 


Andrews, George W., . 


18 


Boston. . . . 


- , 


Averill, Gerry C., . 


39 


" 


- 


Anderson, Samuel, 


18 


East Boston. . 


— — 


Anderson, Loss, .... 


20 


- 


Des'd Nov. 8, '62. 


Bickmore, Oliver, 


23 


Springfield. . 


- 


Balcom, John E., . 


25 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Burke, Michael, .... 


30 


Springfield. . 


- 


Brigham, Lorenzo D., . 


25 


u 


- 


Brown, John, .... 


43 


u 


- - 


Boyle, John, .... 


23 


Boston, . . . 


Des'd Nov. 8, '62. 


Considine, John, .... 


21 


Springfield. . 


- 


Cary, Job S., . . . . 


18 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Carpenter, William H., 


28 


Brimfield. . . 


- 


Connors, Thomas, . 


18 


Springfield. . 


- 


Carney, James, .... 


18 


Brimfield. . . 


- 


Canlon, Patrick, .... 


43 


East Boston. . 


- 


Gushing, William H., . 


18 


Boston. . . . 


[Kov. 22, 1862. 


Cameron, Hugh, 


43 


(( 


Transferred to 4-2d Regt., 
[June 5, 1863- 


Christian, Richard, 


21 


" 


Discharged to re-enlist, 
[Dec. 18, 1862. 


Connors, Thomas F., . 


23 


" 


Dischar'd for disability. 


Canfield, Thomas, 


22 


" 


Des'd Nov. 21, '62. 


Dowd, Daniel, .... 


18 


Springfield. . 


- 


Devine, Thomas, . . - . 


25 


u 


_ _ 


Danforth, Charles, 


31 


Boston, . . . 


Des'd Nov. 21, '62. 


Ford, William C, . 


27 


Springfield. . 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



189 



Company H — Con. 
Furguson, Alfred S., 
Fitzgerald, Edward, 
Foster, John B., . 
Flavin, Michael, . 
Gillegan, Arthur E., 
GoodVin, Charles W 
Gilbreth, Thomas, 
Gerry, Michael, . 
Hynes, James, 1st., 
Howe, Benjamin F., 
Hamilton, James, . 
Hoffman, Henry, . 
Holmes, Horatio, . 
Johnson, John, 
Kenny, John, 
Lyman, William M., 
Locke, William R., 
Laird, James, 
Morgan, Michael, . 
Mellen, George H., 
Moore, John, 
May, Lewis, . f 
McMahon, William, 
McDougall, Alexander. 
Mott, John A., 
Nelson, William, . 
Nichols, Austin L., 
O'Brien, Cornelius, 
O'Connors, Thomas, 
Pancino, Jacob, . 
Pease, Samuel, 
Roach, John, 
Rice, Henry H., . 
Richmond, Daniel B., 
Rossman, A., 
Searles, Charles, . 
Scanlon, James, . 
Sporhan, Francis, . 
Schilt, Francis, 
Sullivan, Eugene, . 
Sproul, Hiram B., 
Turner, Charles M., 
Towner, William M., 
Terry, Benjamin F., 
Waitt, Ebenezer E., 
Witt, Charles N., . 
West, Albert A., . 
Wood, Francis A., 
Whipple, Joseph, . 



18 
18 
44 
44 
18 
19 
26 
19 
18 
18 
30 
25 
42 
38 
28 
23 
39 
20 
30 
22 
18 
43 
25 
27 
18 
32 
18 
37 
18 
22 
35 
27 
28 
18 
21 
27 
19 
40 
32 
18 
23 
18 
18 
18 
40 
21 
26 
26 
23 



Boston. . 
Springfield 



Boston. . 
Springfield 

Boston. . 



Springfield 



Boston, . 

Springfield 
Boston. . 
Springfield, 



Boston. . . 
Springfield. 



Boston, . 
Springfield 

Boston, . 

Springfield 

u 

Monson. 
Springfield 



Des'd Nov. 7, '62. 

[June 5, 1863- 
Diseliarged to re-enlist, 

Des'd Nov. 7, '62. 

[(no date.) 
Dischar'd for disability. 

Des'd Nov. 8, '62. 



Des'd Nov. 7, '62. 
Des'd Nov. 10, '62. 
Des'd Nov. 23, '62. 



[April 1, 1863. 
Discliar'd for disabilltj', 

Des'd Nov. 10, '62. 

[June 24, 1863. 
Dischar'd for disatiility, 

Des'd Nov. 10, '62. 
Des'd Nov. 11, '62. 
Des'd Nov. 8, '62. 

[June 5, 1863. 
Discharged to re-enlist. 



190 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S EEPORT. 

Eighth Regiment— ConiimxQdi. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company H — Con. 
Walker, Sylvanus A., . 
Waterman, William H., 
Wilson, John, 

Company I— Lynn. 
Thomas Herbert, Captain, . 
Jeremiah C. Bachellor, Captain, 

Charles B. Sanderson, 1st Lieut., 

Abraham H. Berry, " 



James McDavitt, 2d " 
James E. Breed, 1st Sergeant, 
Richard J. Nichols, Sergeant, 
Philip Smith, " 

Charles E. Chase, 
Linus E. Clark, " 

John S. Bartlett, Corporal, 
William L. Baird, " 

Albert Parsons, " 

George E. Hilton, " 

Amos F. Chase, " 

Henry H. Green, " 

Charles C. Fry, 
T. Merritt Newhall, _ " 
Byron Gilman, Musician, 
Charles W. Lord, " 
Frederick Williams, Wagoner, 
Aborn, James F., . 
Adams, Charles R., 
Alexander, Elbridge F., 
Brown, Charles L., 
BuiFum, Andrew, . 
Burnham, George W., . 
Burrill, Edward A., 
Bent, George W., 
Bachellor, Hartson, 
Bartlett, Francis P., 
Breed, John H., . 
Blanchard, William, 
Bachellor, Benjamin, . 
Brown, George H., 
Battles, John F., . 
Burrill, Amos H., 
Bunting, David, . 
Clark, George W., 
Childs, Hiram O., 
Cloudman, Edwin H., . 
Doughty, Alfred M., . 



18 
18 
41 



40 
43 

26 

19 

20 

18 

23 

18 

19 

18 

18 

19 

21 

21 

22 

21 

20 

22 

19 

29 

33 

26 

20 

29 

21 

32 

20 

19 

18 

20 

19 

23 

31 

35 

22 

18 

24 

23 

19 

22 

18 

19 



Springfield. 

u 

Boston, . . 
Lynn, 



Saugus, 
Lynn. 



Swampscott 
Lynn. 



Gorham, Me. 
Lynn. . . 



[June 5, 1863. 
Discharged to re-enlist, 

Des'd Nov. 24, '62. 
Resig'd May 4, 63. 

Promoted I'rom 2d Lt., 

May 6. 1863. 
Dischrg'd for disability, 

May 30, 1863. 
Promoted from 2a Lt.. 

May 30, 1863. 
Promoted from Serg'nt. 

[May 30, 1863. 



t _ 



[Mar. 23, 1863. 
Bisclirg'd for disability. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



191 



Company I — Con. 
Fo<Tg, Jeremiah M., 
Fuller, Arthur, 
Florence, Thomas, 
Guilford, Samuel A., 
Hall, Thomas W., 
Hawley, John W., 
Hart, Thomas B., 
Hilton, John S., . 
Houghton, Theodore, 
Hicks, Charles S., . 
Johnson, Edwin O., 
Johnson, Eugene M., 
Kelty, James M., . 
Kent, James H., . 
Leaver, Samuel S., 
Lang worthy, John E., 
Larry, John H., . 
Mclntire, Medbury, 
Mclntire, Charles H., 
McAlpine, Moses E., 
Noyes, Moses H., . 
Nichols, George H., 
Norton, Allen M., 
Oliver, William E., 
Oliver, Elliot W., 
Prince, Eeuben B., • 
Pike, James L., . 
Pearson, Kendall G., 
Poole, James F., . 
Palmer, Charles H., 
Piper, John W., . 
Perkins, John A., 
Paul, Clarkson, . 
Richardson, Albion S., 
Rhodes, Sylvester, 
Samler, James E., 
Sawyer, Norris, . 
Stacey, Henry C, 
Sprague, Edwin A., 
Stone, Thomas E., 
Southworth, George W. 
Stacey, Edward A., 
Smart, Joseph B., Jr., 
Seger, John L., . 
Stackpole, Samuel D., 
Taylor, Charles F., 
Thurston, Benjamin S 
Townsend, Charles, 
Thing, James H., . 
Trask, Stephen W., 



21 
19 
18 
21 
19 
18 
19 
22 
22 
18 
19 
18 
22 
26 
18 
23 
20 
21 
22 
26 
29 
18 
21 
22 
21 
27 
25 
25 
21 
43 
42 
29 
29 
18 
19 
18 
24 
19 
24 
23 
19 
18 
20 
38 
23 
19 
18 
20 
21 
23 



Lynn. 

a 

Saugus. 

Lynn. 

(1 

u 
a 

Saugus. 

It 

Lynn. 



Saugus. . 
Lynn. . 



Windham, Me 
Lynn. . 



Saugus. . 
Lynn. . 

u 
u 

Saugus. . 



Lynn. . , 

Nahant. . 
Lynn. 



Swampscott. 
Lynn. . 

Boston. . 
Swampscott 
Lynn, . 



Swampscott. 
Lynn. . . 



[Oct. 28,1862. 
Transferred to Com. D., 



192 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES , 



Company I — Con. 
Trepy, John, 
Talbot, Edward, . 
Wormstead, Samuel A. 
Westwood, James, 
Wellman, George H., 
Wilson, Emery C, 
Williams, George, 
White, DeWitt C, 
Wallace, Abraham, 

Company K — Danvers. 
Albert G. Allen, Captain, 
Edwin Bailey, 1st Lieutenant, 
Benjamin E. Newhall, 2d Lieut., 
Charles W. Allen, 1st Serge^int, . 
Thomas Barnett, Sergeant, 
Henry D. Wallace, " 
James H. Sleeper, " 

Samuel P. Fowler, Jr., " 
Stephen Holt, Corporal, 
Lorenzo C. Rogers, " 
Dennis W. Regan, " 
Alfred Porter, " 

William O. Clark, " 
Frederick M. Putnam," 
John Proctor, " 

Abiel A. Howe, " 

William Piatt, Musician, 
James O. Clarrage, " 
Berry, Jacob W., 
Blake, William, . 
Bradbury, Jacob, . 
Brady, William, . 

Chase, Henry E., . 

Collins, Henry, 

Collins, Patrick, . 

Collins, William, . 

Clough, Orion W., 

Colman, Richard, . 

Carney, Thomas, . 

Collins, Thomas, . 

Denehy, John, 

Dodge, Judson W., 

Darling, Edward, . 

Dwyer, Thomas, . 

English, Henry F., 

Farnum, Jos. H., . 

Fish, James L., . 

Fish, Charles W.,. 

Fish, Eben S., 



24 
25 
20 
21 
18 
19 
18 
18 
40 



42 

25 

27 

22 

37 

22 

34 

24 

20 

43 

27 

36 

24 

21 

34 

32 

37 

25 

18 

26 

44 

33 

21 

29 

20 

18 

18 

21 

40 

22 

35 

29 

30 

23 

27 

18 

18 

30 

18 



Lynn. 

Saugus. 
Lynn. 



Danvers. 



N. Andover. 
Danvers. 



N. Andover, 
Danvers. 



N. Andover 
Lynn. . 
N. Andover. 
Boston. . 
Danvers. 

N. Andover 
Danvers. 



Boston. . 
Danvers. 

(( 

N. Andover 
Danvers. 

u 

N. Andover, 
Danvers. 
N. Andover, 
Danvers. 
N. Audover 



[1863, for ciisal)ility. 
Discharged March 16, 



Died July 5, 1863. 



[for disability. 
Discharged May 29, 1863, 

Desr'd Dec 28, '62. 
Desr'd Oct. 5, '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Eighth Regiment — Concluded. 



193 



KAMES. 


SO 


Eesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company K — Con. 








Foss, Albert M., .... 


21 


N. Andover. . 


— — 


Fowle, William, . 






41 


Danvers. . . 


- 


Fuller, Cyrus, 






30 


u 


- 


Fuller, Solomon, . 






26 


(( 


- - 


Fay, William T., . 






38 


ii 


Discharged — (no date.) 


Fish, William E., . 






25 


N. Andover, . 


Died June 22, '63. 


Goother, Charles, . 






44 


Danvers. . . 


- 


Goodwin, William W., . 






31 


u 


- - 


Gould, Charles, . 






23 


N. Andover. . 


- - 


Gould, Henry, 






18 


u 


- 


Gould, Daniel H., 






17 


Danvers. . . 


- 


Glidden, Mark, 






43 


(1 


- 


Glover, Samuel, . 






53 


(( 


- 


Giddings, Charles W., 






23 


(( 


Disc'd Nov. 14, '62. 


Gilman, Charles A., 






19 


(( 


Disc'd Nov. 19, '62. 


Gould, Cleaveland, 






29 


Topsfield, . . 


Discharg'd for disability. 


Holt, John C, 






18 


N. Andover. . 


[April 23, 1863. 


Hopkins, Charles H., 






21 


Lawrence, . . 


Desr'd Oct. 2, '62. 


Hadley, James, 






28 


a , 


(i (1 


Hermon, Edward, 






19 


N. Andover, . 


Desr'd Oct. 5, '62. 


Hurley, Jeremiah, 






20 


(( 


u u 


Kelly, Andrew, . 






22 


Amesbury, . . 


li li 


Kelly, Michael, . 






25 


(1. 


(1 u 


Martin, John M., . 






25 


Danvers. . . 


- - 


Margeson, James P., 






35 


u 


- - 


McAuliffe, John, . 






30 


« 


- 


Mc Guinness, Michael, 






36 


N. Andover. . 


- 


McGoff, Michael, . 






29 


<i 


Desr'd Nov. 14,'62; 


Nolan, Thomas, . 






44 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


O'Neill, William, . 






38 


Danvers. . . 


- 


O'Brien, James, . 






23 


N. Andover, . 


Desr'd Oct.. 5, '62. 


Pearson, Amos, . 






43 


Danvers. . . 


_ 


Parry, Albert, 






34 


(4 


_ 


Pert, Charles W.,. 






22 


li 


- - 


Proctor, Jos. M., . 






82 


U 


- — 


Phelps, Joel F., . 






40 


li 


- - 


Putnam, Albert F., 






21 


<( 


- 


Pearson, Levi, 






44 


Haverhill, . . 


Disc'd Nov. 24,'62; 


Eeynolds, William, 






47 


Danvers. . . 


- 


Russell, John, 






38 


(( 


- - 


Sears, John H., . 






19 


u 


- - 


Spalding, Asa J., . 






41 


(( 


_ 


Stoodley, Benjamin H. 






38 


N. Andover. . 


- 


Stetson, Alonzo J., 






24 


Danvers, . . 


Disc'd Nov. 25, '62; 


Stone, William G., 






28 


Lawrence, . . 


Desr'd Oct. 2, '62. 


Tarlton Walter F., 






27 


Danvers. . . 


- - 


Thompson, John A.. 






24 


Lawrence, . . 


Desr'd Oct. 2, '62. 


Webber, William, 






18 


Danvers. . . 


- 


Wilson, Douglas R., 






18 


u 


_ - 


Whitcomb, John, . 






18 


Andover. . . 


- _ 


Young, Amos, 






23 


Lawrence, . . 


Desr'd Oct. 2, '62. 



25 



194 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The Eighth Regiment is emphatically an Essex County regi- 
ment. It served with distinction under Colonel Monroe, and 
Colonel, now General, Hinks, in the three months campaign, in 
1861. It was recruited for the nine months service, at Camp 
F. W. Lander, at Wenham, and completed its organization by 
the election of Frederick W. Coffin, an experienced militia 
officer, colonel. 

On the 25th day of November, 1862, the regiment left 
" Camp F. W. Lander," at Wenham, Massachusetts, for Boston, 
where they embarked on the transport steamer Mississippi, and 
sailed during the evening of the same day ; and after a some- 
what stormy passage, arrived at Morehead City, N. C, on the 
80th, and proceeded thence by rail to Newbern ; on arrival, — 
which was late in the evening, — the regiment was assigned to 
the Second Brigade, First Division, under command of Colonel 
T. G. Stevenson, Twenty-Fourth Massachusetts Volunteers, and 
went into camp on the "Fair Grounds," in tents vacated by 
the Tenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers. 

On December 4th, Company A, Captain Gardiner, and Com- 
pany E, Captain Porter, were detached from the regiment, for 
garrison duty, at Roanoke Island, and remained absent from 
the regiment until July 12th, 1863, when they rejoined it at 
Maryland Heights. 

On December 9th, the regiment was detached from the 
Second Brigade, First Division, for garrison duty in the city of 
Newbern, — all the other troops in and about Newbern being 
about to leave on an expedition, to the interior of the State, — 
and Colonel Coffin was appointed to the command of the post. 
On December 28th, the regiment was assigned to the brigade 
under the command of Colonel T. J. C. Amory, Seventeenth 
Massachusetts Volunteers, and on the same day were trans- 
ferred to the First Brigade, Second Division, under command of 
Brigadier-General Heckman, where they remained until Janu- 
ary 11, 1863, when the brigade being ordered to the " Depart- 
ment of the South," the regiment was transferred to the Second 
Brigade, Fifth Division, under command of Colonel James Jour- 
dan, One Hundred and Fifty-Eighth Regiment New York Vol- 
unteers, on account of having condemned arms. 

On January 25th, 1863, the regiment changed camp from 
" Fair Grounds " to camp at " Fort Totten," and on the same 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 196 

day Companies G and K were detached from the regiment, 
for duty in Fort Totten. 

On February 1st, Companies A and E, under command of 
Captain Porter, with two days' rations, proceeded on steamer 
Halifax up Carrituck Sound, for the purpose of destroying 
rebel salt works, and the capture of guerillas. Getting 
frozen into the ice they were compelled to remain five days, 
during which time they suffered much for want of rations, but 
they returned on the 6th, having accomplished their object, 
with a loss of two men wounded. 

On February 7th, Companies B and F were detached from 
the regiment, and ordered to Roanoke Island, as reinforce- 
ments to the garrison there. 

On February 10th, Company B was detached from the gar- 
rison at Roanoke Island, and ordered to EHzabeth City, as 
reinforcement to the garrison at that post, the vicinity of which 
place was then infested with guerillas, with which the gar- 
rison had a number of skirmishes, but with a loss to this 
company of but one man wounded. 

On February 25th, the regiment participated in a review of 
all the troops in and about Newbern, and, although it had but 
six companies present, yet it received the credit of being one 
of the best regiments in the department, for soldierly bearing 
and deportment. 

On March 16th, the regiment, with others comprising the 
Fifth Division, under command of General Prince, was ordered 
on a reconnoissance toward Trenton, N. C. Having accom- 
plished the object of the expedition, they returned the next 
day, having marched about twenty-five miles. 

On March 20th, Colonel Coffin was ordered to the command 
of the Second Brigade, Fifth Division. 

On April 8th, an expedition, of which the regiment formed 
a part, under command of Brigadier-General Spinola, left New- 
bern to reinforce General Foster, at Washington, N. C. Meet- 
ing and engaging the enemy at Blount's Creek, who, being 
strongly fortified and believed to be in large numbers, the 
expedition returned on the 12th, with a loss to the regiment 
of one man wounded, having marched a distance of forty-five 
miles. 



196 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S EBPORT. [Jan. 

April 16th, Company B was relieved from duty at Elizabeth 
City, and ordered to rejoin the regiment, the above-named 
place being abandoned by our force. 

The same day the regiment forming part of an expedition, 
under command of General Prince, left Newbern, for the pur- 
pose of reconnoitering in the vicinity of the outposts of the 
enemy ; after remaining absent six days the expedition 
returned, having taken a number of the enemy prisoners. 

On May 18th, the regiment changed from camp at " Fort 
Totten," to " Camp Coffin," about one-third of a mile distant. 

On May 25th, the regiment changed camp from " Camp 
Coffin " to " Fort Thompson," on the Neuse River, about five 
miles from Newbern, for the purpose of reconstructing the fort 
that had been destroyed in 1861, but on inspection, the com- 
manding general abandoned the idea, and, on June 12th the 
regiment returned to Newbern, and went into camp at " Camp 
Jourdan," named in honor of the brigade commander. Colonel 
James Jourdan. 

June 24th, Companies G and K were relieved from duty in 
Fort Totten, and reported to the regimental commander for 
duty, and on the same day the regiment embarked on trans- 
ports Alliance and Highlander, and sailed for Fortress Monroe, 
arriving on the 27th. The next day the regiment were ordered 
to Boston, Massachusetts, to be mustered out of service. The 
quartermaster's department not furnishing the necessary trans- 
portation, the regiment lay at Fortress Monroe, until the 30th, 
when they were ordered to Baltimore, Maryland, to report to 
Major-General Schenck, commanding Middle Department, 
Eighth Army Corps, as there were fears of an attack on that 
city by the enemy. 

On July 1st, the regiment arrived at Baltimore, and were 
assigned to the Second Provisional Brigade, under command 
of Brigadier-General E. B. Tyler, and were ordered to " Camp 
Bradford," where they remained until the 6th, when they were 
assigned to the brigade under command of Brigadier-General 
Briggs, and proceeded by rail to Monocacy Junction, Maryland. 
The next day the regiment proceeded to Sandy Hook, and 
on that night took up the line of march for Maryland Heights. 
The march up those rugged heights was hard indeed ; and 
it having rained for a number of hours previous to the march, 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 197 

and was still raining, and the road, or rather path, being in 
a very bad condition, and it being one of the darkest of nights, 
when one could not tell friend from foe, and being entirely 
unacquainted with the route, the regiment were nearly five 
hours accomplishing a distance of little more than three and 
a half miles ; but they finally reached their destination, and 
at about 2| o'clock, A. M., of the 8th, took possession of Fort 
Duncan, and raised the Stars and Stripes where they could be 
seen by the pickets of the enemy at the break of day. The 
regiment remained here until the 12th, when having been 
reinforced by Companies A, E, and F, they having been 
relieved from duty at Roanoke Island, N. C, the brigade took 
up the line of march in the night, to reinforce the Army of the 
Potomac, which army the regiment joined the next day at 
Funkstown, having marched a distance of twenty-five miles 
in sixteen hours. The brigade were immediately assigned to 
the Second Division, First Army Corps. The regiment remained 
with the Army of the Potomac during its movement from 
Funkstown to the Eappahannock, when, on the 26th it was 
ordered home to be mustered out of service. "While in the 
Army of the Potomac, although the regiment was not engaged 
with the enemy, yet it suffered much for want of tents, 
clothing, shoes, &c. The regiment on leaving Newbern, June 
24th, supposing its destination was Massachusetts, deemed 
it unnecessary to supply themselves with a new supply of 
clothing, as what they had would be more than sufficient for 
their use for the passage home, and being unable to get sup- 
plied at Baltimore, it was not long before the hard usage to 
which they were put rendered them unfit to wear ; and having 
to subsist most of the time on hard bread and coffee, the 
regiment returned to the State on the 29th, with clothes 
tattered and torn, but yet showing that they had seen service, 
and by their firm tread and manly bearing, that they were 
ready and willing to do their duty to their country, and to the 
glorious old flag. 

Since the organization of the regiment the number of deaths 
was 9 ; wounded, 4 ; deserters, 42. 

The Eighth returned to Massachusetts, July 29th, and 
received a hearty welcome from its friends. It was mustered 
out of service August 7, 1863. 



198 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



FORTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 



Isaac S. Burrill, Colonel, 
Joseph Stedman, Lieut. Colonel, . 
Frederick G. Stiles, Major, . 
Charles A. Davis, Adjutant, . 
Charles B. Burrill, Qnart'rmaster, 
Arial A. Cumraings, Surgeon, 
Thomas B. Hitchcock, As't Surg'n, 
Rush B. Heintzelman, " " 
George J. Sanger, Chaplain, " 
Charles P. Bosson, Jr., Serg't Maj., 
Alonzo I. Hodsdon, Q. M. Serg't,. 
Friend S. Courtney, Com'y Serg't, 
Charles J. Wood, Hosp'l Steward, 
Richard A. Newert, Prin'l Musi'n, 
Henry C. Foster, Q. M. Serg't, . 

Company A— ■Weymoutli. 
Hiram S. Coburn, Captain, . 
Martin Burrill, Jr., 1st Lieut, 
John P. Burrill, 2d Lieut., . 
Henry White, 1st Sergeant, 
Nelson Thomas, Sergeant, . 
John Binney, " 

Edwin F. Tirrell, " 
Eben Tirrell, Jr., " 
Thomas Derby, Jr., Corporal, 
Daniel C. Earl, 
Elery C. Crocker, 
Abial H. Chase, 
John F. Cushing, 
Gilbert M. Shaw, 
William T. Slason, 
Lewis C. Marden, 
Uriel Josephs, 
Joseph B. Ford, Wagoner, . 
Frederick H. Bowditch, Musician, 
Joseph Viger, " 

Allen, Charles H., 
Bates, Leavilt, 
Blanchard, George W 
Bartlett, George, . 
Blanchard, Alonzo W., 
Baker, Howai-d, . 
Bates, Charles W., 
Bresneau, Michael, 
Blanchard, James B., 
Bates, William L., 
Cushing, W^illiam N., 
Coolidge, Frederick, 



42 
28 
38 
23 
37 
42 
23 
36 
36 
23 
29 
24 
33 
22 
28 



35 

38 
37 
36 
35 
45 
26 
18 
38 
30 
19 
31 
25 
27 
28 
29 
27 
30 
26 
32 
41 
19 
18 
21 
25 
45 
18 
19 
25 
24 
37 
21 



Roxbury, 
Medfield. 
Worcester 
Roxbury. 
Boston. . 
Roxbury, 
Newton. 
Philadel., Pa, 
Hard wick. 
Boston. . 
Roxbury, 
Dorchester, 



Dorchester, 



Weymouth 



Prisoner of war since 
[Jan. 1, 1863. 



[Jan. 1, 1863. 
Prisoner of war since 



[1863, vice Foster, dec'd. 
Prom'd from corp. Jy.i3, 



Died July 12,1863. 



Quincy, 
Weymouth- 



Died July 7, 1863. 
Disch'dNov.18,'62. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 199 

Forty— Second Regiment — Continued, 



NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence. 


Bernards. 


Company A — Con. 








Carroll, Michael, .... 


22 


Weymouth. . 


- 


Gushing, Francis,. 






40 


it 




— — 


Connors, Francis, 






23 


(( 




■- 


Clapp, Loring 0., 






33 


a 




- 


Caughlin, Thomas, 






27 


11 




— — 


Cowing, Charles G., 






19 


li 




_ 


Cushing, George A., 






43 


a 




Disch'dMar.9,'6B. 


Den Broder, Adrianus, 






32 


a 




- 


Dunbar, Willard J., 






22 


u 




- - 


Duifee, Richard, 






30 


(i 




- - 


Donnell, Patrick 0., . 






26 


u 




- 


Doherty, Bernard, 






28 


a 




Disch'dNov.18,'62. 


Estes, Hubert E., 






18 


(( 




- - 


Pennell, Jaines, 






23 


u 




- - 


Fogerty, William, 






22 


li 




- - 


Fox, Owen, 






22 


(( 




- - 


Fairbanks, George, 






39 


(( 




- 


Gay, Samuel E., . 






35 


(( 




- 


Hobart, Thomas, P., 






28 


a 




- - 


Healey, James H., 






18 


a 




- 


Harrington, Minot J., 






18 


u 




- - 


Hollis, John Q., . 






31 


u 




- - 


Joy, George F., . 






21 


u 




- 


Lantz, David J., . 






30 


(( 




— — 


Leach, Ezra W., . 






38 


a 




- - 


Lovell, William L., 






18 


(1 




- 


Lincoln, Samuel, . 






83 


a 




- _ 


Lovell, Benjamin S., 






18 


a 




- 


Leach, Adnah G., 






26 


a 




- - 


Loud, Livingston H., 






27 


li 




- - 


Loud, John A., . 






40 


a 




- - 


Livingston, George H., 






18 


a 




- - 


McGill, Stephen, 






29 


a 




- - 


McGintly, John, 






38 


- 


- 


- _ 


McGraith, Michael, 






21 


Weymouth 




- 


McKenzie, Daniel B., 






25 


a 




— _ 


Nash, Franklin A., 






25 


(( 




- - 


Poole, Samuel B., 






40 


a 




_ _ 


Pratt, Samuel, 






30 


(( 




- - 


Pettes, Howe I. D., 






23 


a 




- 


Pope, Clinton F., 






27 


ii 




- _ 


Pierce, David J., 






22 


a 




- - 


Robinson, Wilbur F., 






18 


a 




- _ 


Reed, Matthew, . 






44 


a 




_ _ 


Reed, Salman, 






31 


u 




- _ 


Raymond, James G., 






18 


a 




- _ 


Redmond, Charles S., 






25 


a 




_ _ 


Rea, William M., 






22 


u 




_. _ 


Smiledge, John S., 






22 


u 




_ _ 


Smiledge, Alfred B., 






24 


(( 




- - 



200 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPOET. 

Forty-Second Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company A — Con. 
Skinner, Robert Gr., 
Shaw, Augustus E., 
Stackpole, Oliver B., . 
Spear, Richard, . 
Trott, Charles R., 
Thompson, Zenas M., . 
Tirrell, Winfield B., . 
Tirrell, Warren, . 
Tirrell, John W., 
Tirrell, George W., • 
Tirrell, Augustus, 
Tirrell, Francis B., 
Thayer, Watson,_ 
Thomas, Benjamin F., . 
Williams, Charles S., . 
White, James, 
Welch, James, 3d, 
Woodward, Sylvester R., 
Wendall, James C, 

Company B— Medway, 
Joseph Stedman, Captain 



Ira B. Cook, 

David A. Partridge, 1st Lieut., . 
Benjamin C. Tinkham, " 

Joseph C. Clifibrd, 2d Lieutenant, 

George W. Ballou, 1st Sergeant, . 
Thaddeus M. Turner, Sergeant, . 
Albert L. Clark, " 

Frederick D. Morse, " 

Edmund A. Jones, " 

James B. Babbitt, Corporal, 
Lewis H. Turner, " 
Robert G. Lowey, " 
Henry J. Daniels, " 
Edward U. Sewell, " 
Frank Rhodes, " 

John D. Wales, " 

Silas E. Fales, " 

Samuel H. Peekham, Musician, 

Franklin Borden, " 

Adams, Asa_W._, . 

Adams, Benjamin J., 

Adams, Charles A., 

Adams, Erastus, . 

Adams, George W., 



32 

20 

29 

18 

18 

18 

23 

26 

26 

20 

20 

20 

19 

21 

18 

19 

18 

22 

24 



28 

20 

29 
34 

22 

31 

24 

24 

23 

20 

34 

27 

34 

20 

21 

41 

28 

34 

29 

14 

34 

18 

18 

30 

20 



Weymouth. 



Medfield, . 
Bellingham, 
Medway, . 



Medfield. 
Medway. 



Wrentham. 
Medfield. . 
Ireland. . . 
Medway. . 
Medfield. . 

u 

Franklin. . 
Wrentham. 

Westminster. 
Fall River. . 
Bellingham. 
Holliston. . 

Medway. . 



Disch'dNov.18,'62. 



Promoted Lleut.Colonel 

Nov. 9, 1862. 
Promoted from 2d Lieut 

Nov. 12, 1862. 
Discharged March 5, '63 
Promoted from 2d Sergt. 

March 24, 1863. 
Promot'd from 1st Sergt. 

Nov. 12, 1862. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Second Regiment — Continued. 



201 



NAMES. 


6 

< 


Besidenco. 


Remarks. 


Company B — Con. 








Adams, Stephen P., . 


20 


Medway. . . 


- - 


Adams, William, . 






21 


u 




- - 


Akley, Daniel, 






33 


11 




- 


AUbee, Albert, 






20 


Franklin. 




— — 


Allen, Georaje H , . 






34: 


Medway. 




- 


Blake, Adin P., . 






18 


Wrentham. 




- — 


Blake, D. Newton, 






18 


HoUiston. 




- 


Buffum, Lewis, 






40 


Medway. 




- - 


Bullard, Albert E., 






28 


a 




- - 


Bullard, George H., 






22 


Medfield. 




- - 


Bullard, Lewis H., 






20 


Medway. 




[Nov. 11, 1862. 


Bosson, Charles P., 






23 


Boston, . 




Promoted Sergt. Kajor 


Claflin, Calvin, 






22 


Medway. 




- - 


Clark, George E., . 






27 


Medfield. 




- 


Clark, James W., . 






25 


Medway. 




- 


Clark, Joseph, 






41 


Medfield. 




- 


Clark, Sewell J., . 






34 


Medway. 




- - 


Clark, Warren A., 






25 


i(. 




- - 


Cole, Charles H., . 






21 


ti, 




[1863. 


Cook, William E., 






20 


Bellingham, 


Killed In action June 23, 


Donnelly, John, . 






20 


Provide'e, R. I 


- 


Fales, James E., . 






34 


Medway. . 


- 


Fisher, Frank L., . 






18 


4t 


- - 


Fisher, George H., 






18 


- - 


- 


Fisher, Willard P., 






19 


Medway. . 


- - 


Fitts, Julius A., . 






18 


(( 


_ - 


Greenwood, George A. 






42 


u 


- - 


Harwood, Eldridge G., 






44 


Barre. . . 


- _ 


Harwood, Harrison E., 






18 


Bellingham. 


- - 


Haselton, Elmore J., 






21 


Townsend, Vt 


- - 


Ide, Nathaniel, 






42 


Wrentham. 


- - 


Kingsbury, George H., 






24 


Franklin. . 


. 


Lowns, John, 






34 


Holland. . 


_ — 


Mann, Eldridge L., 






28 


Dover. . . 


- .- 


Mann, James G., . 






18 


li 


- 


Mann, Francis V., 






21 


Medway. . 


- - 


McGaw, Alexander, 






31 


Wrentham. 


- - 


Mellins, William R., 






18 


Medway. . 


- - 


Miller, Frederick B. S. 






41 


Dalton, N. H. 


- - 


Mitchell, James, . 






42 


Medway. . 


- 


Morris, Charles M., 






21 


N. y. City. . 


- _ 


Morse, George A., 






24 


Medfield. . 


- 


Morse, Robert T., . 






28 


- 


Died Oct. 4, 1862. 


Nolan, John, 






35 


Medfield. . 


- - 


Paige, John A., . 






18 


W. Roxbury. 


- - 


Park, E. Burgess, . 






22 


Walpole. . 


- - 


Partridge, George A., 






18 


Franklin. . 


- - 


Perrigo, James G., 






20 


Wrentham. 


_ _ 


Pettes, George E., 






23 


Holliston. . 


_ _ 


Pond, Edwin C, . 






28 


Franklin. . 


. — "^ 



26 



202 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Forty- Second Regiment — Continu ed. 



KAME3. 



Company B — Con. 
Pond, Edwin D., . 
Pond, George E., . 
Pond, Oscar A., . 
Partridge, Warren J., 
Queerman, Ezra, . 
Rice, George S., . 
Richardson, Addison W., 
Richardson, Henry S., 
Robinson, David, . 
Sawyer, Thomas H., 
Shumway, George H., 
Snell, Henry L., . 
Stratton, John F., 
Talbot, Levi A., . 
Thomas, William H., 
Turner, Lucius M., 
Whiting, William, 
Wilby, Benjamin F., 
Willy, John,. _ • 
Wheeler, Lewis, . 
White, Sylvanus H., 
Woodman, Daniel S., 
Wales, Lewis E.i • 
Young, Orson D-, . 

Company C— Boston. 
Orville W. Leonard, Captain, 
Isaac B. White, 1st Lieutenant, . 
Jos. Sanderson, Jr., 2d " 
Henry C. Mann, 1st Sergeant, . 
Edward P. Fiske, Sergeant, 
George Bell, " 

Henry F. Young, " 
Thomas H. Evans, " 
John G*. Meserve, " 
Moses Washburn, " 

Frederick C. Blanchard, " 
William H. Alexander, Corporal, 
James H. Getchell, 

Joseph F. Ryan, " 

Swan P. Colburg, " 

George W. Webb, " 

Isaiah S. Combs, " 
Charles A. Twichell, 

Andrew P. Olson, " 

Augustus H. Young, " 

Joseph McField, " 

Leroy S. Hamilton, Wagoner, 



26 

21 

18 

23 

40 

22 

19 

18 

18 

24 

36 

34 

28 

20 

19 

25 

34 

18 

36 

18 

36 

20 

19 

37 



23 
24 
21 
31 
21 
22 
23 
18 
21 
26 

33 
21 
25 
22 
28 
26 
25 
19 
24 
33 



Medway. 



Essex C'y,N.J. 
Medway. . 



Holliston. . 
Mendon. 

Medfield. . 

Medway. . 

a 

Sharon. . . 
Medway. . 

a 

Dover. . . 

Holliston. . 
Medway. . 

Bellingham. 
Ken'bunk, Me 
Franklin, . 
Medway. . 



Boston. 



[Oct. 22, 1862. 
Discharg'd for disability. 



N.Bridgewat'r 
Boston. . . 



N. Bridgewat'r 
Boston. . . 
Bath, Me. . 
Boston. . . 
N. Bridgewat'r, 
Boston, . . 



N. Bridge wat' 



Died June 19, '63, 



[promotion. 
Disc'd by Sp. Ord. for 
Diso'd by Sp. Ord. for 

promotion. 
Disc'd by Sp. Ord. for 
[promotion. 



Died Aug. 9, 1863. 

Disc'd by Sp. Ord. for 

promotion. 
Disc'd by Sp. Ord, for 
[promotion. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty- Second Regiment — Continued. 



203 



Company C — Con. 
Bernard McKenna, Musician, 
Richard A. Nevest, " 

Bowles, Thomas, . 
Boiling, Augustus,! 
Brown, George H., 
Brown, Jonathan, 
Boyd, James, 
Colgan, George A., 
Chickey, Joseph W., 
Cummings, Edwin F., 
Currom, Edward, . 
Carlisle, George F., 
Cook, William, . 
Cole, Joseph, 
Curtis, Wilson, 
Corcoran, James, . 
Cameron, Daniel, 
Curran, Thomas, . 
Coleman, David, . 
Cameron, Hugh, . 
Clark, George F., 
Demeritt, Daniel E., 
Dwelley, Lemuel B. S 
Dimond, Henry C, 
Droll, Francis, 
Doherty, Cornelius, 
Dugan, Joseph, . 
Ellis, George W., 
Edson, Josiah, 
Flood, James W., 
Freeman, Hiram A., 
Foss, Charles L., . 
Gusebio, Giacomo, 
Garibaldi, Ambrose, 
Gilman, William H., 
Glavin, Thomas F., 
Gray, George, 
Gordon, John, 
Grey, William R., 
Harrington, Richard, 
Hersey, Samuel R., 
Hinckley, Ambrose S., 
Hildreth, Rufus G., 
Hemming, Herman, 
Haley, James, 
Hoes, William, 
Harrison, Edward, 
Isensee, John, 
*Johnson, Charles F., 
Kelley, Thomas, . 



33 
22 

28 
24 
21 
29 
21 
23 
19 
25 
25 
20 
38 
36 
28 
30 
18 
41 
38 
32 
21 
29 
18 
18 
27 
26 
19 
24 
40 
22 
18 
19 
38 
19 
18 
18 
25 
22 
23 
34 
22 
31 
25 
27 
21 
32 
21 
25 
18 
38 



Boston, 



N.Bridgewat'r. 
Boston 



N. Bridgewat'r, 
Boston. 
Canton, 
Boston, 



Maiden. 
Boston. 



Roxbury 

Boston. 

Belmont 

N.Bridgewat'r, 

Boston. 

N.Bridgewat'r, 

Belmont 

Boston 



Boston. . . 
Weymouth. 



Transrd 26tli N. T. Bat. 
App. Prin. Mus. 42(1 K'gt. 



Desr'dOct.20,'62. 



Died Aug. 19, '63. 

Desr'd Oct. 20, '62. 

" Nov. 29, '62. 

App. Qr.-Mas. Serg't and 
[transferred. 



Desr'd Oct. 16, '62. 
" Nov. 2. '62. 

Transfer'd to 8tli Eeg't. 
[Nov. 20, 1862. 



Died July 8, 1863. 
Desr'd Oct. 28, '62. 

" Nov. 17, '62. 

" Oct. 15, '62. 

" Nov. 15, '62. 

" Nov. 15, '62. 



204 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Second Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence. 


Kcmarks. 


Company C — Con. 








Kenyon, James, .... 


33 


N.Bridgewat'r, 


- - 


Ke'nnison, Solomon, 






23 


Boston. . . . 


_ 


Lawrence, Benjamin F 


J • 




21 


a 






- - 


Lane, Salmon B., 






30 


Danvers 






- 


Lovejoy, James S., ' . 






23 


Boston. 






_ 


Murray, Michael, . 






20 


a 






- 


McNerland, Benjamin 


H., \ 




18 


a 






- - 


Myers, John, 






44 


u 






- 


Martin, Elbridge G., Jr 


•) * 




19 


u 




• 


— J. 


Murphy, David, . 






23 


N.Bridgewat'r. 


- 


McGram, Patrick, 






44 


a 


- - 


McGram, William, 






36 


u 


- 


McGlinsea, William, . 






21 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Maloney, Thomas, 






43 


u 


- 


Mason, Lowell M., 






27 


" X . . . 


— — 


McKenna, Thomas F., . 






31 


- -■ 


Desr'dDec. 2, '62. 


Murphy, Patrick, . 






29 


Hopkinton, 


" Nov. 15, '62. 


Melvin, William E., . 






33 


Boston, . . . 


Disch'd by Sp. Ord. for 
promotion. 


Nickerson, William, 






22 


(( 


Desr'd Oct. 18, '62. 


Osborne, John, . 






27 


" 


" Oct. 18, '62. 


Parker, George F., 






18 


N.Bridgewat'r. 


[from 1st Mass. 


Phillips, Henry, . 






21 


Boston, . . . 


Deserted Oct. 20, 1862, 


Powell, James E., 






22 


" 


Desr'd Nov. 2, '62. 


Reardon, Michael, 






35 


N.Bridgewat'r. 


- 


Sullivan, Daniel E., 






19 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Smith, David C, . 






20 


i( 


- - 


Smith, Herbert, . 






18 


" 


- 


Smith, Albert M., 






23 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Slattery, Charles, - 






18 


Qinton. . • . 


- 


Stevens, John, 






18 


Boston, . . . 


Desr'd Nov. 17,'62. 


Sanborn, Edwin G., 






24 


(.(. 


Disch'd by Sp. Ord. for 
promotion. 


Single, John, 






21 


Ll 


Desr'd Nov. 2, '62. 


Thompson, Albert, 






20 


N.Bridgewat'r. 


- 


Toule, Charles F., 






28 


Saco, Me. . . 


- 


Ward, George, 






18 


Hopkinton. 


- 


Wright, James G., 






33 


Boston. . . . 


[Mar. 12, 1863. 


Ward, Abner, 






44 


Hopkinton, 


Dischg'd for disability, 


Warren, Charles E., 






23 


Boston., . . . 


Disch'd by Sp. Ord. for 










promotion. 


Company D— Koxbury 










George Shreive, Captain, 




34 


Roxbury, . . 


Prisoner of war since 


. 






Jan. 1, 1863. 


William H. Cowdin, 1st Lieut., 


24 


u 


Prisoner of war since 
Jan. 1, 1863. 


Darius F. Eddy, 2d Lieut., . 


25 


Dorchester, 


Prisoner of war since 
Jan. 1, 1863. 


Samuel A. Waterman, 1st Sergt, . 


34 


Roxbury, . . 


In command of Comp'y ' 


Charles D. Frye, Sergeant, . 


25 


u 


[since Jan. 1, 1863. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Second Regiment — Continued. 



205 



Kesidence. 



Company D — Con. 
Charles R. Todd, Sergeant, 
Wm. E. Humphrey, " 
John W. Davis, " 

Charles C. Richards, Corporal, 
Bi'njamin Noyes, 
William H. Tileston, 
Charles J. Oldham, 
Benjamin F. Bean, 
Lewis M. Calhoun, 
Henry W. Mcintosh, 
Alonzo I. Hodsdon, 
Joseph R. Parks, Musician. 
Lewis Eddy, " 

Chauncey R. Bullock, Wagoner. 
Allen, Albert S., . 
Brown, William H., 
Bullard, William H., 
Batson, William H., 
Brown, Charles, . 
Bailey, Charles W., 
Barnes, John, 
Boardman, Edward, 
Burke, William, . 
Bacon, Major, 
Buckmaster, Michael, 
Burns, Thomas, . 
Burns, John, 
Chenerj', Edmund L., 
Cushman, Charles H., 
Clinton, George T., 
Courtney, Friend S., 
Campbell, Alexander, 
Durnam, Peter, . 
Drury, John, 
Davis, George A., 
Dennis, Dailey, . 
Doyle, Henry, 
Enslee, Tobias, . 
Ellis, William H., 
Fisk, George M., 
Fisk, Henry, 
Fay, John, . 
Foster, Henry C, 
Gormley, Fitzallen, 
Grinnell, Charles J., 
Houghton, Thomas C, 
Howe, David, 
Howard, Amos B., 
Hutchinson, William H., 
Hathon, John, 



27 
26 
23 
21 
25 
22 
21 
38 
30 
19 
29 
38 
17 
23 
20 
32 
19 
28 
40 
29 
25 
31 
23 
18 
27 
21 
30 
23 
35 
24 
23 
25 
21 
23 
22 
26 
27 
42 
25 
20 
20 
26 
25 
20 
41 
21 
22 
20 
36 
21 



Roxbury. . 
W. Roxbury. 
Roxbury. 



Dorchester. 



Roxbury. 



Boston, . 
Dorchester, 
W. Roxbury, 
Med field. 
Roxbury. 
Medfield. 
Brookline 
Roxbury. 



Boston. . 

W. Cambridge 



Weymouth. 
W. Cambr'ge 

u 

Medfield. . 
Roxbury. . 
W. Cambr'ge 
Dorchester, 
Boston, . . 
W. Cambr'ge 

Roxbury. 
W. Cambr 
Boston, . 
Roxbury. 
Boston, . 
Medfield. 

a 

Roxbury. 

Dorchester, 
W. Cambr'ge 
Roxbury. . 



Boston, 



Died Feb. 20, '63. 

Appointed Q. M. Sergt 

Disch. May 25, '63. 



[1, 1862. 
App. Com'y Sergt. Dee. 
Des'd— time not known. 



Left sick at N. Orleans. 
Des'd— time not known. 



Des'd— time not known. 



Appointed Q. M. Sergt 



[war since Jan. 1, 1863. 
"Wounded — prisoner of 

Disch. Dec. 9, '62. 

Des'd— time not known. 



206 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Second Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


to 

< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company D — Con. 








Holmes, Samuel, . . . • 


25 


Boston,, . . 


Des'd— time not known. 


Hagan, Michael, . 






25 


- 


(( u 


Josselyn, Wallace A., . 
Johnson, James, . 






23 
44 


Eoxbury. . . 
W. Cambr'ge, 


Des'd— time not known. 


Josselyn, Edwin F., . 






24 


Eoxbury, . . 


"Wounded — prisoner of 
war since Jan. 1, '63. 


Jones, Evan E., . 






22 


<( 


Disc'd Dec. 9, '62. 


Kopp, Jacob, 






23 


u 


— — 


Larrabee, William B., . 






29 


u 


— ~ 


Lewis, Thomas M., 






45 


u 


— — 


Lanagan, Thomas, 






34 


Weymouth. 


- - 


Lamot, Frederick, 






40 


Eoxbury. . . 


_ — 


Long, James, 






22 


Boston, . . . 


Des'd— time not known. 


McConlow, Frank, 






18 


W. Cambr'ge. 


- 


Matthews, Thomas, 






35 


Boston. . . . 


— — 


Mosely, Randolph P., . 






21 


Eoxbury. . . 


- - 


Moore, James, 






36 


u 


— 


McElroy, John W., . 






33 


ik 


[war since Jan. 1, 1863. 


Morrill, Francis S., 






22 


Chelsea, . . 


"Wounded— prisoner of 


Mcintosh, Frederick S., 






21 


Eoxbury, . . 


Disch.June21, '63. 


Morrill, Henry, . 






28 


Chelsea, . . 


Des'd— time not known. 


Moulton, True worthy L. 


J 




41 


- - 


Des'd— time not known. 


Nicholson, Angus, 






20 


Boston. . . . 


— — 


Nolan, John, 






19 


Belmont. ,. . 


[war since Jan. 1, 1863. 


O'Shaughnessy, James, 






32 


Boston, . . . 


Wounded — prisoner of 


O'Harran, John, . 






22 


W. Cambr'ge, 


Confined in Dedham jail 


Pratt, Benjamin, . 






30 


Weymouth. . 


[for manslaughter. 


Powers, George, . 






23 


W. Cambr'ge. 


— — 


Prieand, Louis, . 






35 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Quinn, Jeremiah, 






18 


Weymouth. . 


- — 


Eigby, William, 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Eaymond, Gustavus, 






26 


Eoxbury. . . 


— — 


Eyan, Cornelius, . 






23 


W. Cambr'ge. 


- - 


Eussell, Jeremiah S., 






19 


u 


— - 


Eillian, Thomas H., 






23 


Eoxbury, . . 


Disc'd Mar. 7, '63. 


Stowell, Joseph H., 






18 


Dorchester. 


- 


Stoddard, Sergeant L., 






42 


Weymouth. 


— — 


Sullivan, Daniel J., 






19 


W. Cambr'ge. 


— — 


Sellea, Henry C, 






19 


Eoxbury, . . 


Died Feb. 10, '63. 


Smith, Christopher, 






18 


Boston, . . . 


Des'd— time not known. 


Thompson, James, 






23 


" 


— — 


Thompson, Josiah, 






45 


Weymouth. 


- - 


Thaxter, Laban, 






18 


W. Cambr'ge. 


— — 


Vining, Daniel H., 






44 


Weymouth. 


- - 


Wright, Jonathan G., 






23 


Medfield. . . 


- — 


Wright, George H., 






30 


u 


- 


Wright, Albert P., 






18 


Medford. . . 


- - 


Weymouth, Daniel L. 






18 


Dorchester. 


- 


Walls, George S., 






19 


S. Eeading. . 


- - 


White, Nathaniel, 






43 


W. Cambr'ge. 





1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Second Regiment — Continued. 



207 



Company D — Con. 
Weymouth, Charles G., 
Williams, Henry O., . . , . 

Company E— Worcester. 
Frederick G. Stiles, Captain, 
Charles A. Pratt, 

John W. Emerson, " 

Augustus Ford, 1st Lieutenant, . 

Brown P. Stowell, 2d Lieutenant, 

Samuel Fisk, 1st Sergeant, . 

Arthur B. Sampson, Sergeant, 

James B. Emerson, " 

John L. Keyes, " 

Charles L. Truchon, " 

Henry Mellen, Coi'poral, 

Nathan White, " 

Francis N. Luce, " 

George R. Stockwell, " 

Jackson Lombard, " 

Wil'd M. South-worth," 

William J. Crawford, " 

Maxcon Lovby, " 

Charles E. Bent, Musician, 

Frank H. Cook, " 

Nelson Wright, Wagoner, 

Allen, David B., . 

Brooks, Nathaniel N., 

Brown, John, 

Burgess, Jos. A., . 

Burgess, Frederick W. 

Cummings, David F., 

Clegg, Edward, . 

Calvin, Benoni H., 

Drinkwine, Frank, 

Doyle, James, 

Denny, Everett A., 

Dorman, Alender E., 

Dyson, Reuben, . 

Eaton, Thomas, . 

Fitzpatrick, Patrick, 

Gougham, Patrick, 

Hall, Franklin, . 

Hewett, Daniel L., 

Hobson Edwin, . 

Hildreth, John H., 

Howard, Francis L., 

Hakes, Henry H., 



23 
25 



37 
34 

22 

29 

33 

29 
23 
27 
45 
27 
22 
27 
27 
23 
31 
24 
26 
19 
17 
20 
19 
26 
33 
44 
28 
20 
20 
19 
45 
18 
31 
26 
36 
24 
18 
20 
21 
41 
18 
25 
23 
27 
39 



Dorchester. 
Abington, . 



Worcester, . 
W. Boylston, 

Millbury, . 

Worcester, . 

Boston, . . 
Worcester. . 
W. Boylston. 
Millbury. . 
Worcester. . 
W. Boylston. 
Worcester. . 
Millbury. . 
W. Boylston. 
Millbury. . 
W. Boylston. 
Northbridge. 
W. Boylston. 
Worcester. . 



W. Boylston, 
Worcester. . 

Millbury. . 
Worcester. . 
Hardwick. . 
Auburn. 
Millbury. . 
W. Boylston, 

u 

Worcester. . 



Millbury, . 

u 

W. Boylston. 
Worcester, . 

Auburn. 
W. Boylston. 

u 

Northbridge. 
Millbury. . 



Des'd — time not known. 



Pro'd Major, Nov. 6, '62. 
Pro'd Capt, Nov. 12, '62, 

Discharged Mar. 28, '63. 
Pro'd Capt., April 2, '63. 

vice Pratt discharged, 
Pro'd 1st Lt., April 2, '63, 

vice Emerson prom'd. 
Pro'd 2d Lt., Nov. 12, '62, 

[vice Pratt promoted. 



Died June 5, 1863. 



Died Aug. 12, 1863. 



Killed in act'n Je. 21, '63. 



Deser'd Oct. 4, '62. 



208 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Second Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company E — Con. 
Hathorn, George, . 
Haven, William H., 
Johnson, Henry O., 
Jones, Francis T., 
Keyes, Jonas C. . 
King, Oliver, 
Luce, Newman B., 
Mahan, Frederick A., 
Mahan, Leonard, . 
McCracken, George J., 
McDollen, Archibald, 
McArdle, Peter, . 
Moosett, John, 
Nedow, Michael, . 
Parker, Charles F., 
Parker, Emory, 
Pool, Francis N., . 
Prince, Jerome, . 
Prescott, Charles R., 
Putnam, Henry E., 
Ryan, IMarion, 
Regan, John, 
Richards, Henry A., 
Smith, Aaron, 
Smith, Al|)heus M., 
Stockwell, William B.; 
Slater, Ralph, 
Shaw, Joseph, 
Sird, Louis, . 
Stockwell, Oscar J., 
Taylor, George W., 
Taft, F]phraim B., 
Tourtellot, Charles J., 
Tuson, Daniel, 
Tainter, Abijah S., 
Tyler, Henry C, . 
Worcester, Edward J 
Whiteside, Robert, 
"Waters, Samuel D., 
Wrigglcsworth, Eli, 
Walker, Frederick, 
White, Edwin, 
Wood, Ashley H., 
Waters, Buckley, . 
Teaton, John C, . 

Company F— Spencer. 
John D. Cogswell, Captain, 
Timothy M. Duncan, 1st Lieut., . 
Lyman A. Powers, 2d Lieutenant, 



18 

24 
21 
36 
20 
19 
18 
19 
32 
33 
43 
24 
18 
25 
19 
28 
20 
23 
23 
42 
45 
21 
28 
36 
18 
36 
18 
21 
21 
30 
29 
25 
21 
18 
30 
31 
38 
25 
36 
37 
21 
43 
35 
21 



42 

40 
31 



W. Boylston. 
Leicester, . 
Millbury. . 
W. Boylston. 
Worcester. . 
W. Boylston. 



Worcester. 

ii 

Leicester. 

W. Boylston 

Worcester, 

W. Boylston 

Worcester. 

Millbury. 

AV. Boylston 

AVorcester, 

Millbury. 

Worcester, 



Millbury. 

W. Boylsto 

Millbury. 

Worcester. 

Millbury. 

Worcester. 

Northbridge 

Millbury, 

W. Boylston 

Millbury, 

W. Boylston 

Worcester. 

W. Boylsto 

Millbury. 

Worcester. 

Millbury. 
W. Boylston 
Worcester, . 



Leicester. . 
N. Brookfield. 
Spencer. 



Cl. 1863. 
Transf d to Co. F, Mar. 



Died June 13, '63. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 209 

Forty— Second Regiment — Continued. 



NAMES. 




Kesidence. 


Remarks. 


Com-pany F—Con. 








Joseph A. Titus, 1st Sergeant, 


24 


Leicester. . . 


- - 


Bramley A. Bottomley, Sergeant, . 


24 


u 


- 


Sumner Holmes, " 


29 


N.Brookfieid. 


- - 


Hiram Cowan, " 


32 


Spencer. . . 


- - 


William H. Montague, " 


38 


N. Brookfield. 


- 


Charles B. Brown, Corporal, . 


35 


Leicester. . 


- 


Henry A. Knowlton, " 




33 


Spencer. 


- 


James H. Croome, " 




34 


Leicester. . 


- - 


Sylvander Bothwell, " 




34 


N. Brookfield. 


- 


Daniel A. Ball, " 




30 


Spencer. . . 


- 


Thomas A. Bingham, " 




38 


u 


_ - 


George L. Stone, " 




26 


Leicester. . 


- 


James Miller, " 




39 


N. Brookfield. 


- 


Franklin M. Lamb, Musician, 


18 


Leicester. . 


- 


Frederick S. Amidon, " 


38 


N. Brookfield. 


- 


Adams, George, .... 


19 


Leicester. . 


- 


Adams, Albert M., 






18 


11 


- - 


Allen, Charles H., 






21 


Spencer. 


- - 


Allen, Harvey, 






25 


N. Brookfield. 


- 


Bisco, Henry, 






21 


Leicester. . 


- - 


Bragg, Warren S., 






25 


N. Brookfield. 


- 


Bagley, Moses, 






23 


Leicester. . 


- 


Belcher, Gilbert G., 






33 


Spencer. . 


- 


Bemis, Edmund J., 






20 


(( 


- 


Bercume, Anthony, 






35 


(1 


' - 


Bourdajes, Renie, 






21 


a 


- - 


Bemis, Charles E., 






23 


u 


- 


Boyden, Charles A., 






20 


a 


- 


Barstow, John, 






40 


N. Brookfield. 


[JTov. 19, 1862 


Boyd, James 0., . 






22 


Spencer, . 


Disch'd for disability, 


Cargel, Albert W., 






18 


Leicester. . 


— — 


Capen, Hiram E., . 






19 


Spencer. . 


- 


Denny, Clark K., . 






19 


Leicester. . 


- 


Dane, Emerson, . 






39 


N. Brookfield. 


. 


Doane, Freeman R., 






25 


u 


. 


Doane, Freeman, . 






26 


11 


- 


Doane, Hubbard S., 






23 


11 


- 


Eaton, Hiram, 






44 


li 


- - 


Fisher, Francis H., 






33 


11 


- 


Fisher, Andrew J., 






31 


(( 


. Died Aug. 6, 1863. 


Gates, Lewis W., . 






32 


Leicester. . 


- 


Glazier, Leroy, 






18 


N. Brookfield. 


- 


Hubbard, Edward W., 






34 


Leicester. . 


. 


Hatch, George D., 






38 


(( 


- - 


Holbrook, Henry E., 






18 


u 


- 


Harlow, James F., 






24 


N. Brookfield. 


- _ 


Hebard, Josiah F., 






39 


a 


_ _ 


Howe, Willard M., 






19 


(1 


_ - 


Hawes, Kirkland A., 






25 


Brookfield. . 


_ — 


Haven, WiUiam H., 






34 


— — 


— — 



27 



210 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Seceond Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company F — Con. 
Kraft, John, . 
Knight, Charles L., 
Knight, James A., 
Lacomt, William F., 
Lyon, Charles F., . 
Lyon, John B., 
Morgan, George, . 
Marsh, Charles M., 
Marsh, Albert L., . 
Marshall, Horatio P., 
Munroe, George M., 
Mann, George, 
Nolan, Thomas, . 
Parkman, Henry L., 
Parkman, Charles, 
Pepper, Samuel J., 
Prouty, Francis N., 
Proctor, Martin, . 
Pratt, Henry W., . 
Pratt, George H., . 
Roberts, George M., 
Robinson, Thomas H., 

Russett, Henry, . 

Sargent, Charles, . 

Snow, Thomas L., 

Sprague, William J., 

Sprague, William C, 

Spooner, Edward A., 

Shaw, George L., . 

Smith, Melville W., 

Smith, Frank A., . 

Sanderson, Charles, 

Stoddard, Elijah, . 

Stearns, Eustis H., 

Stoddard, Emerson, 

Sherman, Anthony, 

Tyrrell, Alonzo H., 

Tyrrell, Henry A., 

Tucker, George A., 

Upham, John J., . 

W^oodeock, Charles H., . 

Warren, Charles H., 

Company Gr — Boston. 
Alfred N. Proctor, Captain, . 

\ 

Albert E. Proctor, 1st Lieut., 

Thaddeus H. Newcomb, 2d Lieut., 
George G. Nichols, 1st Sergeant, . 



18 

42 

23 

44 

19 

20 

23 

26 

18 

26 

30 

27 

33 

22 

26 

33 

27 

26 

25 

23 

24 

19 

21 

18 

24 

23 

25 

27 

22 

18 

22 

28 

20 

20 

18 

18 

21 

18 

18 

26 

19 

22 



37 

37 

36 
26 



Leicester. 

u 

Southbridge 

Leicester. 

Spencer. 

Leicester. 



Spencer. 
Leicester. 



N. Brookfield, 



Spencer. 

Leicester, 

Grafton, 

Shrewsbury, 

Leicester. 

u 

Spencer. 

II 

Leicester. 



N. Brookfield. 

Spencer. 

N. Brookfield. 

Leicester. . 
N. Brookfield, 
Spencer. . 
N. Brookfield 
Spencer, . 



N. Brookfield 
Leicester. . 



[notice received 
Discharged— no officia 

Died Aug. 10, '63. 



Boston, 



Quincy, 
Boston. . 



[ity, Nov. 19, 1862. 
Discharged for disabil- 



[Nov. 19, 1862. 
Discharged for dlsabil'y 



Prisoner of war since 

Jan. 1, 1863. 
App'd acting Q. M. Jan. 

25, 1863. 
Prisoner of war since 
[Jan. 1, 1863. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Second Regiment — Continued. 



211 



NAMES. 



Company G — Con. 
James J. Viallie, Sergeant, 
Levi W. Goodrich, 
Charles A. Atwill, 
Philip P. Hackett, 
John W. Buttrick. Corporal 
Seth E. Clapp, 
John C. Bishop, 
George W. Griggs, 
Moses Lincoln, Jr., 
Kobert G. Thompson 
George G. Morrison, 
David L. Wentworth, ' 
David A. Ireson, Musician, 
Horace W. Chandler, ' 
Roland C. Judkins, ' 
Allen, Obed F., 
Brownlow, Joseph, 
Bailey, Charles A., 
Brown, John, 
Barrett, Charles L., 
Barrett, Charles, 
Boardman, Charles, 
Barnard, John M., Jr., 
Bryant, Thomas O., 
Bird, William M., 
Blaisdell, Gilbert F., 
Bickers, William H., 
Burnham, Paschal E., 
Bridges, Henry, . 
Colson, Joseph V., 
Carvey, John, 
Cook, John T., . 
Copeland, Lemuel S,, 
Corson, Frederick, 
Clark, Frederick T., 
Carter, William, 
Crocker, Gilbert, 
Covell, Frank, 
Cary, John H., 

Cunningham, Robert, 
Davis, George H., 
Davis, John E., . 
Davis, James L., . 
Dary, George R., 
Doubel, Edmund B., 
Dinnegan, Daniel, 
Emerson, James G., 
Eastman, John, . 
Eaton, John, 



34 
26 
23 
25 
32 
21 
24 
28 
26 
28 
29 
29 
20 
18 
24 
20 
25 
25 
24 
23 
43 
39 
23 
44 
18 
26 
25 
25 
24 
28 
43 
20 
35 
19 
37 
19 
18 
18 
43 

32 
25 
25 
25 
28 
44 
42 
44 
19 
37 



Milton. . 
Lunenburg 
Boston. . 

Melrose. 

Cambridgep't. 

Boston. . 

Brighton. 

Roxbury. 

Stoughton. 

Brighton. 



H 



Melrose. 
Concord, N, 
Melrose. 
Quincy, 
Boston. . 
Chelsea. 
Boston. . 
Melrose. 



Quincy. 

u 

Chelsea, 

Melrose, 

ii, 

Boston. . 

ii 

Brighton. 
Boston. . 
Melrose. 

u 

Brighton. 
Boston. . 
Medway, 
Hanover, 



Jefferson, Me 
Brighton 
Melrose. 
II 

Quincy. 

Melrose. 

Quincy. 

Melrose. 

Boston. . 

Melrose. 



Died July 4, 1863. 



[staff, Nov. 11, 1862. 
Transferred to non-com. 



Died Mar. 21,1863. 



Died July 26, '63. 
Disch'd Mar.27,'6S. 
Deser'd Dec. 6, '62. 



Died Apr. 22, 1863. 

strayed from camp and 
found dead, May 13, '63. 

Desr'dNov.10,'62. 



212 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Second Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


tD 
< 


Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company G — Con. 








Ellis, Kichard, .... 


34 


Quincy. . . 


- - 


Field, Thomas, . 






25 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Greene, Rufus C, 






30 


Maiden. . . 


- 


Gordon, John W., 






24 


Brighton. . . 


- 


Gould, Benjamin, 






34 


Boston, . . . 


Died June 30, '63. 


Hyde, George S., 






23 


Melrose. . . 


- 


Hayden, Albert A., 






18 


Quincy. . . 


- 


Harmon, John, 






38 


a 


- - 


Horn, Henry T., 






18 


u 


- 


Holt, Albert A., . 






19 


ii 


- - 


Higgins, Lucius, . 






22 


Weymouth. . 


- 


Hilger, Charles, . 






39 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Ireson, Alonzo D., 






23 


Melrose. . . 


- 


Johnson, Eli P., . 






18 


Boston. . . 


- 


Knight, Francis, . 






44 


" 


- 


Kibby, George W., 






21 


Bolton. . . . 


- 


Kelley, Arthur, . 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Lynde, Charles B,, 






20 


Melrose. . . 


- - 


Lynde, Amos W., 






21 


(( 


- 


Logan, William, . 






18 


Quincy. . . 


- 


Luzardar, John, . 






25 


(( 


— — 


Lull, Samuel E., . 






40 


- - 


Deser'd Oct. 1, '62. 


Marshall, Samuel, 






44 


Dorchester. 


- 


McAllister, James H., . 






44 


Maiden. . . 


- 


Mullen, Joseph, . 






19 


Boston, . . 


- 


Mullen, William, , 






21 


_ _ 


Desr'd Oct. 12, '62. 


Marstin, James M., 






25 


Melrose, . . 


Desr'd Dec. 6, '62. 


Nott, Francis L., . 






28 


Quincy, . . 


Kirdmact'n,Jan.l,'63. 


Newman, William, 






22 


Boston, . . 


Transferred to Co. H, 


Paine, Charles, 






19 


Somerville. 


[Nov. 20, 1862. 


Parker, Jos. W. D., 






32 


Boston. . • 


- - 


Penney, Daniel D., 






43 


Maiden. . . 


- - 


Parrott, John F., . 






24 


Quincy. . . 


- 


Pierce, Benjamin R., 






24 


u 


— — 


Roseline, Diomede, 






22 


Brookline. . . 


- 


Robert, Martin W., 






25 


Brighton. . . 


- 


Reed, Joseph, 






21 


Keene, N. H., 


Desr'd Nov. 18,'62. 


Sanborn, Charles W. K 


•1 




18 


Boston. . . 


- 


Smart, Albert I., . 






20 


Brighton. . . 


- 


Sweetser, Thomas T., 






26 


Melrose. . . 


_ 


Studley, Henry 0., 






23 


Quincy. . . 


- 


Stiles, William, . 






43 


a 


— — 


Upham, Charles H., 






27 


Melrose. . . 


- - 


Vinton, Edwin A., 






21 


(( 


- - 


Vincent, Levi, 






22 


Quincy. . . 


- 


Vinal, James W., . 






22 


<( 


- 


Vance, James, 






30 


u 


- 


White, Abiel F., . 






34 


Cambridge. 


- 


Wethem, Henry J., 






20 


Brighton. . . 


- 


York, W^illiam B., 






23 


Melrose. . . 


- 


York, Josiah R., . 






29 


a 





1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Con tin u ed. 



213 



Company H— Chelsea. 
Davis W. Bailey, Captain, . 
Charles C. Phillips, 1st Lieut., 
Augustus L. Gould, 2d Lieutenant, 
William M. Jewett, 1st Sergeant, 
Jos. J. Whitney, Sergeant, 
Dennis A. O'Brien, " 
Keuben Smith, " 

Edward Walker, " 

Samuel H. Everett, " 
Edward L. Jones, " 

Charles S. Loring, Corporal, 
Charles M. Marden, " 
George H. Smith, " 

George Hagar, " 

William A. Hinds, " 

William Newman, " 

James McGowan, " 

Henry D. Smith, " 

Frederick S. Mansfield, Musician 
Charles A. Fay, " 

Armstrong, Luke, 
Anels, John C, . 
Boyden, Joshua N., 
Barrett, John, 
Bird, James H., . 
Brown, Robert W., 
Bliss, Edward, 
Conners, Peter, . 
Cutler, Simeon C, 
Claflln, Luther P., 
Claflin, John H., 
Carroll, WiUiam, . 
Crocker, Gilbert, . 
Carney, Lawson, . 
Clements, Thomas J., 
Curly, Francis, 
Cahill, Thomas, . 
Crowley, Florence, 
Canivan, Henry, . 
Cook, George, 
Davis, John, 
Dailey, John, 
Dean, Benjamin, . 
Donohoe, Dennis, 
Flynn, Daniel F., 
Flynn, Michael, . 
Fitzgibbons, Patrick, 
Fay, Adolphus J., 
Fox, Patrick, 
Fenner, Henry A., 



37 
24 
28 
22 
26 
28 
41 
29 
38 
23 
20 
22 
30 
24 
44 
22 
19 
19 
16 
17 
25 
21 
36 
36 
21 
35 
21 
26 
30 
20 
18 
44 
18 
25 
40 
21 
31 
29 
38 
23 
28 
20 
32 
18 
18 
18 
25 
19 
36 
21 



Chelsea. 

Hopkinton, 

Chelsea. 

Hopkinton, 

Chelsea. 

Hopkinton. 

Chelsea. 

Boston, . 

Chelsea, 

Hopkinton. 

Chelsea. 

a 

Hopkinton, 
Chelsea. 
Boston. . 
Chelsea. 
Hopkinton 



Germany, . 
Hopkinton. 
Chelsea. 

a 

Medway. . 
Hopkinton. 



Quincy. . . 
Boston, . . 
Hopkinton, 
E. Cambridge, 

Boston, . . . 
Salem, . . . 



Chelsea. 
Hopkinton. 
Maiden. . 
Boston. . . 

Dorchester. 
Hopkinton. 

a 

S. Boston. . 
N. y. City, 



[to re-enllst 
Discharged May 23, *63, 
Discharged May 23, '63, 

[to re-enlist. 



Desr'dNov. 29,'62. 



Desr'd Sep. 25, '62. 



[Nov. 20, 1862. 
Transferred to Co. G, 
Kil'd in act'n Je. 23, '63. 

Died July 28, 63. 
Desr'd Oct. 20, '62. 

« Nov. 18,'62. 

" Nov. 24,'62. 

» Oct. 1, '62. 

" Oct. 1, '62. 



Disc'd July 30, '63. 



214 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Second Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


U) 

< 


Kesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company H — Con. 








Flanigan, John, .... 


28 


- - 


Deser'd Sep.30,'62. 


Fitzsimmons, John, 






25 


- 


" Sep.25,'62. 


Glavin, William, . 






37 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Graham, William J., . 






19 


" 


- 


Gregory, Samuel D., . 






19 


- 


Deser'd Oct. 1, '62. 


Gleason, Joseph H., 






26 


Manch'r, N. H., 


" Nov. 14,'62. 


Gorman, William, 






23 


- - 


" Sep.25,'62. 


Healey, James, 






26 


Chelsea. . . 


- 


Hagar, Frank, 






18 


Hopkinton. 


- 


Howard, Edward, 






37 


(( 


- - 


Hayden, Lovett B., 






23 


u 


- - 


Hunt, John, . 






26 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Hanaford, Ezekiel W., 






44 


(( 


Died July 26,1863. 


Higgins, John, 






25 


Hopkinton, 


Deser'd Nov. 1, '62. 


Hansen, Hans F., 






22 


Germany, . . 


« Nov. 29,'62. 


Jones, Alonzo, 






28 


Hopkinton, 


" Dec. 4, '62. 


Kempton, Samuel, 






33 


K 


- 


Keefe, Patrick, 






24 


Concord. . . 


— — 


Kenney, Charles, 






27 


- - 


Desr'dOct. 18,'62. 


Lackey, Simeon, 






45 


Hopkinton. 


- 


Leonard, Edward, 






20 


Boston. . . . 


— — 


Linehan, Timothy, 






30 


- ' 


Desr'dOct. 18, '62. 


Mansfield, James A., . 






43 


Hopkinton. 


- 


McDonoughe, Martin, . 






19 


u 


- - 


McDermott, Patrick, . 






25 


u 


- 


McNabb, James, 






20 


(( 


- 


McCarty, Jeremiah L., 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Magolay, John, 






19 


Concord. . . 


- 


McLaughlin, Charles, . 






18 


Chelsea. . . 


- 


McGowan, Thomas, 






20 


a 


- - 


Mahoney, Edward, 






35 


(( 


- 


Maline, Patrick, 






32 


- - 


Desr'd Oct. 10,' 62. 


McNally, Patrick, 






34 


- 


" Oct. 5, '62. 


McCarty, John, . 






20 


Hopkinton, 


" Nov. 1, '62. 


McLaughlin, Joseph W 


•> 




22 


' - - 


" Sep. 26, '62. 


O'Laughlin, Larry, 






25 


Hopkinton. 


- 


O'Day, Patrick, . 






35 


Boston, . . . 


Died Aug. 4, '63. 


O'Conners, Dennis, 






43 


- 


Desr'd Nov. 17,'62. 


Pierce, John, 






18 


Hopkinton. 


- 


Phillips, John, 






21 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Phipps, David N., . 






43 


Hopkinton. 


[March 5, 1863. 


Pierce, John A., . 






45 


u 


Discharged for disahil'y, 


Quinn, John, 






24 


- 


Des'd Sept. 30,' 62. 


Ryan, Thomas, 






30 


Hopkinton. 


- 


Eagan, William A., 






18 


Boston. . . . 


[May 24, 1863. 


Rossea, Alexander B., 






35 


Weymouth, 


Discharged for digabil'y, 


Ryan, Thomas H., 






30 


Hopkinton, 


Des'd Nov. 17, '62. 


Sanborn, William M., 






18 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Stone, Benjamin,. 






37 


Chelsea. . . 


- - 


Severence, Orrin S., 






22 


Boston. . . . 





1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 215 

Forty-Second Regiment — Continued. 



NAMES. 


to 


Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company H — Con. 








Stewart, Charles, .... 


25 


— — 


Deser'd Oct. 1, '62. 


Temple, Dulstin A., 




18 


Hopkinton. 


- 


Temple, Andrew A., 




18 


41 


- - 


Temple, George W., 




32 


(( 


- - 


Thayer, Benjamin C., 




18 


il 


- - 


Talbot, William T. H., 




39 


Quincy. . . . 


— — 


Titcomb, William H., 




22 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Temple, Welcome, 




37 


Hopkinton. 


- 


Thompson, William, 




20 


- 


Des'd Sept. 30, '62. 


Wayne, Silas, 




82 


Hopkinton. 


- 


Watkins, Henry A., 




20 


u 


_ _ 


Woods, Calvin W., 




18 


« 


_ _ 


Whitehouse, David T., 




25 


Boston. . . . 


_ — 


Whitehouse, Joseph T. 


• • 


19 


u 


_ _ 


Wentworth, Jerome L. 


) • • 


21 


it 


_ _ 


Wilde, Benjamin F., 




25 


Melrose,, . . 


Des'd Nov. 25, '62. 


Company I— Dorcliester. 








Cyrus Savage, Captain, 


31 


Dorchester, 


Prisoner of war since 
Jan. 1, 1863. 


Samuel F. White, 1st Lieutenant, 


39 


u 


Prisoner of war since 
Jan. 1, 1863. 


Benjamin F. Bartlett, 2d Lieut., . 


32 


« 


Prisoner of war since 
Jan. 1, 1863. 


William H. Hunt, 1st Sergeant, . 


25 


« 


In command of Comp'y 


John F. Hewins, Sergeant, . 


24 


(C 


[since Jan. 1, 1863. 


Chauncy B. Sawyer, " 


31 


(t 


- - 


Edward Merrill, Jr., " 


26 


u 


— _ 


Cornelius G. Kenney, " 


25 


(( 


- _ 


Frank M. Adams, Corporal, 


24 


li 


- 


Nathaniel H. Bird, " . 


27 


u 


- _ 


Sanford H. Brigham, " 


19 


« 


- _ 


William A. Cowles, " 


29 


« 


- _ 


Alfred Thayer, « . 


28 


(( 


- - 


David F. Sloan, " . 


37 


u 


_ _ 


Daniel H. Walker, » . 


28 


u 


- _ 


Albert Schneider, Musician, . 


14 


11 


_ - 


Averill, Moses, .... 


44 


u 


_ - 


Bryant, Edward F., . 


20 


(( 


_ - 


Bowe, Thomas, .... 


24 


u 


- 


Bacon, Orin F., . 


31 


u 


_ 


Baker, Jonathan, .... 


24 


Milton. . . . 


- _ 


Baker, Edward J., . . . 


19 


Dorchester. 


- - 


Baker, Edward K., . 


18 


" ' . . 


- _ 


Baxter, James, .... 


21 


- - 


Des'd Sept. 24, '62. 


Clements, John, .... 


22 


Dorchester. 


_ _ 


Crowell, Samuel, .... 


19 


HoUiston. . . 


_ _ 


Cuddy, Peter, .... 


19 


Dorchester. 


_ — 


Cantillon, Thomas P., . 


19 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Colson, James G., ... 


23 


Dorchester. . 


— — 



216 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Second Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company I — Con. 
Cheney, Jefferson W., 
Chapin, David, 
Dellanty, Thomas, 
Dolan, Timothy, . 
Dod2;e, Charles H., 
Elde'r, William C, 
Eaton, Horace W., 
Elliott, John, 
Elmer, Levi, 
Ernell, Frederick, 
Farnum, George K., 
Farrington, Henry E., 
Farrington, Willard S. 
Floyd, James F., . 
Fernald, George T., 
Gray, Edward S., 
Gleason, Thomas V., 
Gleason, Charles, 
Glover, George, Jr., 
Gardner, William F., 
Green, Nathan, . 
Gorman, James, . 
Gracy, David, 
Hewins, Charles E., 
Hodgkins, John A., 
Hobbs, Alexander, 
Huggins, Frederick, 
Hunt, Lewis A., . 
Harris, William, Jr., 
Hunt, P^lijah, 
Hill, Charles H., . 
Igo, Thomas F., . 
Knight, Ambrose A., 
Littleficld, Charles, 
Lambert, William B., 
Laury, Frank B., . 
Lannergan, David W., 
Mulry, James, 
McGee, James, 
McCreary, Nathaniel, 
Morris, Thomas, . 
McLaughlin, Jos. W., 
Morgan, William, 
Mahoney, Dennis, 
Mannix, Lawrence, 
Nordlinger, Solomon, 
Noyes, Thomas A., 
Plummer, Porter, . 
Plummer, Albert H., 
Proctor, George B., Jr., 



44 
19 
18 
19 
18 
24 
26 
23 
18 
37 
23 
19 
24 
18 
19 
21 
27 
19 
23 
22 
40 
41 
44 
21 
24 
21 
21 
23 
37 
23 
19 
21 
28 
19 
22 
18 
18 
18 
26 
18 
18 
22 
25 
19 
32 
21 
23 
20 
28 
23 



Eoxbury. 
Boston, . 
Dorchester 



Ashfield, 
Boston, . 
Dorchester, 



Boston. . 
Dorchester, 



Boston. 



Dorchester. 



Died Feb. 2, 1863. 



Desr'd Dec. 3, '62. 
" Nov. 18,'62. 



Desr'd Sept. 25 '62. 



Boston. . . 
Dorchester. 



Boston. . . 
Dorchester. 



[March 28, 1863. 
Discharg'd for disability, 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty— Second Regiment — Continued. 



217 



Company I- 
Pratt, Jol:n B., . 
Pitman, George L., 
Paget, Jos. T., 
Poole, Charles, 
Eanson, Evelyn, . 
Richardson, George W. 
Robbins, Asa, 
Sargent, Henry B., 
Sumner, Charles I., Jr., 
Sloan, George W., 
Spargo, William, . 
ScafF, Joseph, 
Stanley, James E., 
Smith, Edwin, 
Snier, John, . 
Taylor, John, 
Taylor, Jacob H., 
Teeling, Joseph A., 
Wood, Sanford, . 
Weeman, William H. H., 
Williams, Joel F., 
Wiscott, George W., 
Willis, Ozias, 

Company K— Barre. 
George P. Davis, Captain, • 
George J. Sanger, 1st Lieut., 
Henry A. Harding, '^ " 



J. Martin Gorham, 2d Lieut., 
George L. Johnson, 1st Sergeant, 
James G. Hill, " " 

Harmon C. Spooner, Sergeant, 
Charles E. Baker, " 

John W. Howe, " 

William A. Perry, " 

William H. Shepard, " 
Thomas Bryant, Corporal, 
Thomas H. White, " 
William F. Alden, " 
Samuel A. Hall, " 
Francis G. Bates, " 
Henry A. Spooner, " 
Charles Robinson, " 
Wm. E. Lovegrove, " 
George H. Shepard, " 
Cyrus S. Loud, Musician, 
C. M. Tiffany, 
Porter Carter, Wagoner, 
Atwood, Charles L., 
Allen, George H., 



44 
21 
18 
28 
21 
26 
28 
23 
19 
18 
29 
18 
18 
25 
18 
28 
18 
19 
23 
25 
20 
18 
18 



23 
36 
21 

29 
28 
21 
31 
28 
29 
41 
24 
32 
19 
32 
29 
20 
24 
28 
29 
28 
32 
16 
32 
19 
30 



Dorchester 

Boston. . 
Dorchester, 
Boston. . 
Dorchester. 



Boston. 
Dorchester 

Dorchester, 



Ashfield. 



Ware. . 

Worcester, 
Hardwick, 

Barre, . 



Hardwick. 
Barre. . 
Ware. . 
Hardwick. 
Warren, 

Barre. . 
Hardwick. 
Ware. . 
Barre. . 
Hardwick. 
Barre. . 

Warren. 

u 

Ware. . 
Auburn. 
Barre. . 



Died Aug 6, 1863. 



Desr'dNov.18,'62. 



Promoted to Chap. 

Elected to fill vacancy 
by prom'n of Sanger. 

Resig'dMayl3,'63. 

[promotion. 
Disc'd Mar. 27, 1863, for 



[promotion. 
DisCa Mar. 27, 1863, for 



Died May 3, 1863. 



Died Apr. 26, 1863. 
" July 4, 1863. 



28 



218 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty— Second Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company K — Con. 
Bacon, Elbridge G., 
Bacon, Warner E., 
Bacon, Benjamin F., 
Barnes, Lauriston, 
Barnes, Warren J., 
Barnes, Wilder U., 
Bigelow, Jotham E., 
Blodgett, Giles, . 
Bond, Amos D., 
Bosworth, Charles F., 
Bowker, Luke F., 
Bradbury, Edward, 
Breckenridge, Asa, 
Bruce, Joseph S., 
Bliss, Albert N., . 
Bacon, Charles B., 
Cobb, Frederick A., 
Converse, Chauncey, 
Cowell, Edward W., 
Cowles, Horace M., 
Cutler, Elias H., 
Desper, George, 
Dennis, Samuel L., 
Douglas, Hiram B., 
Elwell, Chiron J., 
Flagg, Albert H., 
Fisher, Edward, . 
Gould, W^illiam B., 
Gates, John M., 
Hartwell, Cyrus, 
Haskell, Alexander A., 
Hawes, Austin, 
Homer, Rodolphus W., 
Horton, Andrew J., 
Howe, Adam, 
Howard, William F., 
Johnson, Samuel, 
King, Samuel, 
Knight, Charles S., 
Knight, Samuel A., 
Lane, George, 
Matthews, Lewis J., 
Mcintosh, Samuel J., 
Mins, James, 
O'Mara, Dennis, . 
Pierce, Brigham, . 
Robinson, John W., 
Richardson, Benjamin F., 
Rycroft, Edwin, . 
Savage, James, 



18 
22 
20 
21 
31 
22 
23 
82 
27 
31 
34 
25 
21 
21 
24 
19 
39 
44 
18 
36 
23 
19 
29 
35 
19 
18 
22 
40 
42 
19 
35 
33 
18 
21 
29 
18 
29 
44 
32 
28 
23 
18 
25 
22 
25 
41 
36 
40 
34 
42 



Barre. 



Hardwick. 



Barre. . 
Warren. 



Barre. . 

u 

Ware. . 
Barre. . 
Warren, 
Dana, . 
Hardwick. 
Ware. . 
Dana. 
Ware, . 
Warren, 
Barre. . 
Hardwick. 



Dana. . 

u 
Brimfield, 
Barre, . 

New Salem 
Barre. . 
Hardwick. 
Barre. . 

Ware, . 
Hardwick. 

u 

Ware. . 
Hardwick, 
Barre. . 
Barre. . 
Warren. 
Barre. . 

N. Braintree 
Ware. . 
Dana. . 
Warren. 
Barre. . 



Died Mar. 31, '63. 
" May 1, '63. 



[Vt. Bat'y. Jan. 28, '63. 
Disch'd to re-enlist in 2d 

Died May 28,1863. 



Disc'dMar. 12,'63, 

Dis.Nov.l8,'62,disability. 

Died July 25, '63. 



[Vt. Bat'y, Jan. 28, '63. 
Disch'd to re-enlist in 2d 



Died May 24, '63. 



Deser'dDec.3,'62. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty— Second Regiment — Concluded. 



219 



Company K — Con. 
Sibley, Sardius J., 
Smith, James M., . 
Snow, James P., . 
Stark, Leonard, . 
Stafford, Stuart M., 
Shepard, John W., 
Stevens, James, . 
Sturtevant, Albert S., 
Stone, William, . 
Thayer, Andrew J., 
Thayer, Elmer M., 
Thayer, Samuel E., 
Tolman, WilUam A., 
Varney, Julius P., 
Wheeler, Marshall J., 
Whitney, Artemas II., 
Witt, Joslah W., . 
Wood, Charles J., 
Whitney, George H., 
Williams, Addisoji J., 

Williams, John B., 



33 

28 
34 
43 
31 
18 
39 
19 
37 
29 
20 
22 
20 
28 
20 
29 
20 
33 
35 
30 

28 



Hardwick. 



Barre. . 

Hardwick. 

Warren, 

Dana. . 

Hardwick. 

Dana, . 

Hardwick. 



Dana. . 
Barre. . 
Dana. . 

Hardwick. 

Dana, . 
Barre, . 



[April 8, 1863. 
Dlschar'd for disability, 



Died July 5, 1863. 



Disc'd Mar. 5, '63. 

Dischar'd to re-enlist in 
2dTt. Bat.,Jan.28,'63. 

Dlschar'd to re-enlist in 
2aVt.Bat.,Jaii.28,'63. 



This regiment "was originally the Second Regiment Massa- 
chusetts Yolunteer Militia, First Brigade, First Division. It 
was a Boston regiment. It was recruited at Camp Meigs, 
Eeadville, where it remained until completely organized, 
November 6, 1862. 

The history of this regiment is of exceeding interest, 
especially that part which relates to the expedition of three 
companies, under Colonel Burrill, to Galveston, Texas, and 
their capture after a gallant defence. Colonel Burrill and the 
officers who accompanied him, are yet prisoners in Texas. 
The regiment left Camp Meigs, November 21, 1862, on its way 
to New Orleans. It arrived at New York city the next day at 
noon ; at night took up its line of march for " Camp N. P. 
Banks," situated nine miles distant, at the " Union Race 
Course," East New York, arriving there at 9, P. M. No pro- 
vision having been made for the reception of the regiment, it 
bivouacked for the night in the street, and in sheds near the 



220 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

above camp. On Sunday a position was assigned the regiment, 
by Colonel Chickering, of the Forty-First Massachusetts Vol- 
unteers, then commanding the post, and tents were at once 
pitched. 

December 2d, the regiment broke camp at East New York, 
and proceeded to Brooklyn, and the next day embarked on 
four transports, as follows : three companies, (D, G and I,) 
on the " Saxon ; " three companies, (A, B and F,) under 
Lieutenant-Colonel Stedman, on the " Quincy ; " two com- 
panies, (C and H,) under Major Stiles, on the " Shetucket ; " 
two companies, (E and K,) under Captain Davis, of Company 
K, on the " Charles Osgood." Colonel Burrill, with Adjutant 
Davis, Quartermaster Burrill, Surgeon Cummings, and Chap- 
lain Sanger of his staff, were on board the " Saxon." The 
" Quincy " sailed from New York on the night of December 
4th, the others following the next morning, all in General 
Banks' expedition ; the sealed orders being to proceed to Ship 
Island. 

The " Saxon " proved to be the only real seaworthy transport 
of the four. She arrived at Ship Island December 14th, and at 
New Orleans on the 16th. The same day the " Saxon " pro- 
ceeded to CarroUton, twelve miles above New Orleans, and on 
the 17th of December the three companies, (D, G and F,) 
under command of Colonel Burrill, disembarked, and went 
into camp at " Camp Mansfield." The " Quincy " arrived at Hil- 
ton Head, December 11th, her machinery having been disabled. 
She sailed from that port on the 16th, and arrived at " Fort 
Jefferson," Tortugas, on the 20th, having put in for purpose of 
procuring coal. Here she came in collision with a government 
schooner, and was obliged to remain nearly two days for repairs. 
On the 22d she again sailed, and arrived at Ship Island on the 
26th, and at New Orleans and CarroUton on the 29th, where her 
troops were disembarked, and went into camp, January 3d, 
1863. They embarked on the transport " Che-Kiang," with 
orders to report to Colonel Burrill, at Galveston, but learning 
of the capture (by the rebels) of that place, January 1st, 
1863, the companies on the 4th of January returned to " Camp 
Mansfield," at CarroUton. 

The " Charles Osgood " was an old Long Island Sound 
propeller, and in every respect an unseaworthy boat. She was 



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sent to sea with but one small compass, no charts, no chro- 
nometer, no life-preservers, and but two small boats, and her 
master had never been beyond Fortress Monroe ; and in 
this condition she was expected to convey in safety, nearly two 
hundred troops to New Orleans. The first night out she 
experienced a severe gale which disabled her, and obliged her 
to put into Cape May harbor, whence she proceeded to Phila- 
delphia for repairs. While here the services of an able 
navigator were secured, also charts, &c. She sailed on the 
14th of December, and on the 20th she struck quite heavily 
on " Fernandina Shoals," off the Florida coast, displacing her 
boiler, and causing her to put into Key West for repairs. On 
the 26th she proceeded on, via Ship Island to New Orleans, 
arriving there January 1st, 1863. She sailed on the 2nd for 
Galveston, but her commander hearing that the place had 
already been captured by the rebels, the troops were landed 
at Carrollton on the 5th of January, and proceeded to " Camp 
Mansfield." 

The " Shetucket" was a mate of the " Charles Osgood," and 
if any thing, less seaworthy. She experienced severe gales the 
second day out, during which her rudder was lost, and the 
vessel severely strained, causing her to put in on the 8th of 
December, 1862, to Norfolk, Virginia, for repairs. These 
could not be completed until the 19th, when she again sailed, 
and arrived at Key West January 2nd, 1863, short of pro- 
visions. This want was supplied, and she proceeded on to 
Ship Island, and New Orleans, arriving at the latter place 
January 14th, 1863, in forty-one days from New York. Her 
troops immediately disembarked, and rejoined the portion of 
the regiment then in camp at " Camp Mansfield." 

December 19th, 1862, Colonel Burrill received an order 
from Head-quarters, Department of the Gulf, to immediately 
re-embark on the " Saxon," and proceed with the detachment 
under his command, to Galveston, Texas, there to land, and 
take post. He was at the same time advised that the balance 
of his regiment would be ordered to follow him on their 
arrival at New Orleans. 

The " Saxon " arrived at Galveston on the afternoon of the 
24th. Colonel Burrill immediately proceeded to the gunboat 
" Westfield," to consult with Commander Renshaw, then in 



222 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

command of the blockading fleet, off Galveston, but finding 
him already engaged with rebel officers, on board his gunboat, 
under a flag of truce. Colonel Burrill, at the suggestion of 
Commander Renshaw, retired to the gunboat " Harriet Lane ; " 
he was afterwards joined by Commander Renshaw, and the 
commanding officers of all the gunboats then in the harbor, 
and their unanimous advice to Colonel Burrill, was to land at 
once, and to take up quarters in a building on a wharf, known 
as " Kuhun's Wharf;" at the same time the most positive 
assurances were given by the naval officers, of the entire safety 
of the position, and their own ability to repel any attack 
possible to be made on it, and on several subsequent occasions 
these assurances were repeated. 

On the morning of the 25th a landing was made in accor- 
dance with the above plan. The Stars and Stripes which had 
floated over the regimental head-quarters, at Readville, were 
once more thrown to the breeze, and greeted with cheers by 
the troops. Barricades were immediately erected, both to the 
building, and to the approaches to the wharl. 

On the 26th a reconnoissance was made by Colonel Burrill, 
accompanied by Commander Wainright, of the gunboat " Har- 
riet Lane," with one hundred, men, under command of >Captain 
Shreive, of Company D, to a distance of about five miles out 
of the city, towards the western part of the island. No enemy 
were discovered, and it was apparent that they had beaten a 
hasty retreat, and deserted the island, but owing to the small 
force then at hand, it was impossible to carry out any advance 
movement. 

On the 27th a flag of truce from the enemy, bearing dis- 
patches to the British Consul, was met by Adjutant Davis. 
On the night of the 27th the enemy commenced transporting 
their troops and artillery across from Virginia Point, on the 
main land, to Eagle Grove, on the island From this time 
their cavalry scouts nightly infested the town, and as often 
were they fired on and pursued by small parties sent out by 
Colonel Burrill. 

On the evening of the 28th it was reported that the enemy 
was advancing in force, and it was decided at once to make a 
reconnoissance, and determine the truth of the reports. The 
gunboats were notified of the intention, and signals agreed on, 



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in case of an encounter. Two parties, of about seventy men 
each, under Captains Shreive and Savage, were sent in dif- 
ferent directions. No bodies of the enemy were met with, 
however, and the reports proved groundless. Captain Savage 
destroyed a portion of the telegraph wire leading to the main 
land, so that this means of communication with the city was 
destroyed. 

On the 31st, Colonel Burrill not having any tidings of the 
remainder of his regiment, and seeing the necessity of his 
being immediately reinforced, decided to order Quartermaster 
Burrill to proceed in the steamer " Saxon," to New Orleans, 
with dispatches to Major-General Banks, to that effect, and 
represent the case in person, and he embarked, expecting to 
sail for New Orleans the morning of January 1st. On the 
night of the 31st it became evident that an attack was about 
to be made by the enemy. The guards were increased, and 
patrols were kept constantly out. 

About 3 o'clock on the morning of January 1st the pickets 
were driven in by the enemy, who were advancing with their 
artillery. Colonel Burrill instantly formed his men behind his 
barricades on the wharf, and at the same time signaled to the 
gunboats that the enemy was upon him. The enemy opened 
fire with his artillery, which was responded to by the gunboats. 
It was evident that the enemy concluded that the troops on the 
wharf would take refuge in the building, and to that spot most 
of their shots were directed. Two or three attempts to charge 
on, and capture the position, were made before daylight, but 
each attempt was handsomely repulsed by the small force 
under Colonel Burrill ; their fire being so effective as on 
several occasions to drive the enemy from some of his guns. 
Soon after daylight four rebel gunboats and a ram were dis- 
covered making for the fleet. They succeeded in capturing 
the " Harriet Lane," after a short, but fierce and determined 
engagement. 

At 8 o'clock, A. M., a flag of truce was raised by the enemy 
on the " Harriet Lane," and on shore. This was responded to 
by the several gunboats, and finally by Colonel Burrill on the 
wharf. Colonel Burrill not having any information as to the 
cause for the flags of truce, was desirous of communicating 
with the fleet to ascertain the reason of this proceeding, but 



224 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

having no boat at his disposal, the project seemed hopeless. 
About this time two refugees came along in a small boat, on 
their way to the fleet, to escape falling into the hands of the 
enemy ; and, after much persuasion, they were induced to 
take Adjutant Davis into the boat, and he was ordered by 
Colonel Burrill to proceed to the flag-ship, and obtain the 
desired information ; also, to get the gunboats to come up to 
the wharf, and take off his command, the enemy being too 
strong for him to contend with on shore. 

Adjutant Davis went on board the " Qwasco," the " West- 
field" being aground some three miles farther off. Commander 
Law, of the " Clifton," had gone on board the " Westfield," 
and while awaiting his return, with an answer to his com- 
munication, Adjutant Davis saw from the deck of the gunboat, 
Colonel Burrill, with his command, being marched off prisoners 
of war. Finding all hope of saving the men of the Forty- 
Second completely cut off, particularly as he was informed by 
Commander Law, on his return, that the gunboats would 
proceed to sea immediately, Adjutant .Davis remained with 
the fleet, and proceeded to New Orleans, and reported to 
Major-General Banks the results of the unfortunate expe- 
dition. Meanwhile, Colonel Burrill had been met by a 
rebel officer from General Magruder, who demanded his 
surrender. Colonel Burrill requested that a cessation of 
hostilities should continue for one hour, hoping in this time 
to get some answer to his communication to the fleet, 
but was refused, and assured that he would be immediately 
attacked by the entire force of the enemy, of not less than five 
thousand men, and thirty-one pieces of artillery. Finding it 
folly to delay longer, and that the enemy were already bring- 
ing their batteries into position, he decided to capitulate. On 
offering his sword to the officer designated by General Magru- 
der to receive the surrender, he was desired to keep it, in 
respect to his brave and able defence of his position against 
such an overwhelming force ; and on being informed that the 
little band that stood before them were all the troops there, 
the rebels could scarcely believe it, and were surprised that 
they had held the position so well and so long. In respect 
for their courage and bravery, it was ordered that all private 
property of privates, as well as officers, should be respected, — 



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a fact rarely equalled in the history of the war. The prisoners 
were then sent to Houston, where they arrived January 2d, 
1863. The engagement was severe, but Colonel Burrill's loss 
was comparatively slight. 

There were taken prisoners, Colonel Isaac S. Burrill, Sur- 
geon A. I. Cummings, Chaplain George J. Sanger, the officers 
of Companies D, G and I, and two hundred and forty-four 
enlisted men; also, Lieutenant B. P. Stowell, of Company K. 
The loss of the enemy, in killed and wounded, by their own 
accounts, was between three and four hundred. 

On the 13th of January, 1863, the remaining seven com- 
panies, under Lieutenant-Colonel J. Stedman, by order of Major- 
General Banks, were attached to the Second Brigade, com- 
manded by Colonel Farr, of the Twenty-Sixth Massachusetts 
Yolunteers, of the Second Division, commanded by Brigadier- 
General T. W. Sherman, of the Nineteenth Army Corps. 

January 15th, by orders from Head-quarters, " Defences of 
New Orleans," two companies, C and H, were detached from 
the regiment, and ordered to report to Major D. C. Houston, 
Chief Engineer, Nineteenth Army Corps, for duty in the 
Engineer Corps of the Department of the Gulf. „ 

On the 17th these two companies left " Camp Mansfield," 
and proceeded three miles to " Camp Parapet ; " they were 
under command of Captain 0. W. Leonard, of Company C. 
On arriving at " Camp Parapet " Captain Leonard was ordered 
to lay out and build a bastioned redoubt, intended to form a 
portion of the " Defences of New Orleans." Under the 
immediate direction of Lieutenant Long, of the United States 
Engineer Corps, this work commenced on the 30th of January, 
employing large numbers of contrabands, and continued 
during the whole term of their detached service. 

On the 4th of- April Captain Leonard was ordered to organ- 
ize from among the contrabands then at work on the fortifica- 
tions, a regiment of engineers, to be known as the First 
Louisiana Engineers. Great interest was taken in this work, 
and the kindly spirit, and good-will of the men of the Forty- 
Second for their colored brethren in the field, is amply evinced 
in the fact that no less than fourteen of its meritorious non- 
commissioned officers and privates were promoted to be com- 
missioned officers in this regiment. The regiment consisted of 
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226 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

twelve companies, of one hundred, men each, and was com- 
manded by Colonel Justin Hodge, of the Regular Army. It 
was ordered to Port Hudson, where it took an important part 
in the subsequent siege of that place. 

On the 24th of January, 1863, Captain George P. Davis, of 
Company K, and Lieutenant T. M. Duncan, of Company P, 
were detached from the regiment, and ordered to report to the 
Provost-Marshal-General, Department of the Gulf. These 
officers met with marked success in that department, and were 
honorably spoken of by the general in command. . Captain 
Davis being highly complimented by General Bowen, Provost- 
Marshal-General, who, unwilling to part with so valuable an 
officer, induced him to still remain in the service after his 
regiment had left for the North. 

January 25th, Quartermaster Burrill was detached from the 
regiment, and attached to the brigade staff, as brigade 
quartermaster, in which capacity he served with entire satis- 
faction during four months, until Colonel Farr was relieved of 
the command of the brigade. Lieutenant Burrill's services 
here were valuable, and received especial commendation on 
several occasions by Brigadier-General T. W. Sherman, com- 
manding " Defences of New Orleans," and subsequently by 
Brigadier-General Emory. 

On the 26th of January, the five companies then at " Camp 
Mansfield," were ordered to take post at a point on the Pon- 
chartrain Railroad, known as " Bayou Gentilly." The camp 
was designated " Camp Farr," in honor of Colonel Farr of the 
Twenty-Sixth Massachusetts Volunteers, the brigade com- 
mander. 

February 16th, Company K, under command of First Lieu- 
tenant Henry A. Harding, was detached from the regiment 
into the Engineer Department of the Nineteenth Army Corps, 
as pontoniers. 

On the 18th, the company moved to New Orleans, went into 
barracks, and took possession of a pontoon bridge. 

On the 10th of March, the company moved via Baton 
Rouge, to " Bayou Montesino," where they laid a bridge one 
hundred feet long. 

On the 13th, the army commenced crossing, and advanced 
on the Port Hudson road. 



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On the 15th, the army re-crossed, and on the 17th, the com- 
pany took up the bridge and returned to Baton Rouge. 

On the 19th, the company went on a reconiioissance, under 
Colonel Dudley, of the Thirtieth Massachusetts Volunteers, 
Acting Brigadier-General, sixteen miles up the Mississippi 
River, to a point near Port Hudson, on the opposite side of the 
river. They returned to Baton Rouge, on the 22d, when 
they were immediately ordered to New Orleans, arriving there 
on the 24th. 

On the 6th of April, the company moved to Brashear City. 
On the 9th, they laid a bridge three hundred feet long, on 
" Bayou Boeuf," to be towed up Berwick River. On the 12th, 
they swung the bridge across Bayou Teche, fastening it to the 
banks of the bayou, and pr.oceeded on to remove obstructions, 
torpedoes, &c., in the stream, reaching "Indian Bend" on 
the 15th, where they were ordered to return to the wreck of 
the rebel gunboat " Cotton," (which the rebels liad sunk across 
the bayou to prevent the federal gunboats from passing,) to 
remove some of the obstructions. 

On the 23d, they returned to Brashear City. On the 26th, 
they were ordered to move to Washington, on the Courtableau 
River, and on the 27th the company again started, and went 
with the advance of the army to Washington, Alexandria, 
and to Simmesport, on the Atchafalaya River, where they 
remained till May 21st, when they were ordered to Port Hud- 
son. They at once proceeded to St. Francisville, a few miles 
above Port Hudson. On the 26th, they moved to Sandy Creek 
near Port Hudson, and laid a bridge two hundred and eighty 
feet long, under a hot .fire from the guns of the fort, and the 
rebel sharp-shooters. The next day a colored brigade, under 
Colonel Nelson, crossed the bridge, and stormed one of the 
enemy's batteries, several times, but each time was repulsed 
with heavy loss. During the entire day and night, the enemy 
kept up a hot fire upon the bridge, but did not succeed in 
materially injuring it, nor were there any casualties among the 
company. They remained at Port Hudson till its surrender. 
Men were detached from the company, with portions of the 
bridge, for the divisions of Generals Augur, Grover and 
D wight, to bridge the ditch for storming parties. Upon the 
occupation of Port Hudson, July 9th, by our troops, the com- 



228 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

paiiy marched in and went into camp. Soon after they pro- 
ceeded to Donaldsonville, in an expedition, under General 
Grover, where they laid a bridge two hundred and eighty feet 
long, across " Bayou Lafourche." They remained there till 
July 21st, when they were relieved by Captain John J. Smith's 
company of the First Louisiana Engineers. 

February 18th, thirty men of Company A, under command 
of First Lieutenant Martin Burrill, Jr., were placed in charge 
of the fortifications at Battery Gentilly, on the Ponchartrain 
Railroad, commanding the approaches to the city from that 
direction. The detachment remained in .charge of the works 
until June 2d, when they were relieved by a portion of the 
Fifteenth Massachusetts Battery. 

February 26th, two hundred and thirty-seven enlisted men of 
three companies, D, G, and I, captured January 1st, at 
Galveston, and paroled at Alexandria, Louisiana, February 18, 
arrived at New Orleans. They were received by the balance 
of the regiment, and escorted to " Camp Farr," at Bayou 
Gentilly, where they were ordered to form a camp for paroled 
prisoners. Chaplain George J. Sanger, who was captured at 
the same time, also returned with the men, having been 
unconditionally released. 

The following is a brief summary of the experience of these 
men after their capture : On arriving at Houston, January 
2d, the officers were confined in a large room in the third 
story of a brick building, and, after a few days, their condition 
was made as comfortable as covild be expected. The rations 
issued to them consisted of corn bread and beef, with a few 
vegetables. The men were confined in a cotton press, and 
had the same fare as the officers. The chaplain was allowed 
to hold religious services with them on the Sabbath, the 
officers being permitted to attend, and after service to converse 
with them. For a short time the officers were allowed the 
freedom of the city, but this privilege was soon revoked, and, 
at the time of the departure of the men, they were kept 
within the limits of the building, where they were confined. 

On the 22d of January, all the enlisted men who were 
able, left Houston, and proceeded by railroad to Beaumont, 
fifty-three miles distant, arriving there the next day. They 
remained there till the 29th, when they embarked on a steam- 



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boat, and proceeded down the Neches River, to Sabine Lake, 
and up the Sabine River to Burr's Ferry. From thence, they 
marched across the country to Alexandria, Louisiana, on the 
Red River, a distance of about one hundred and twenty-five 
miles, which they accomplished in five days. Thence by steam- 
boat down the Red River, and the Mississippi to the Union 
lines. 

On the route, private David Chapin, of Company I, died at 
Stark's Landing, and private Henry C. Sellea, of Company D, 
died at Burr's Ferry, both of intermittent fever. Repeated 
efforts were made after the arrival of the men at " Camp Farr " 
to effect their exchange, but with no avail, and they were 
obliged to remain inactive till the expiration of their term of 
service. 

On the lOtli of March, the balance of Company A, under 
command of Captain H. S. Coburn, were placed in charge of 
the battery and fortifications on Bayou " St. John ; " the picket 
stations at the " Lake (Fonchartrain) End " were afterwards 
added to their post, relieving Company G, Ninth Connecticut 
Volunteers ; they remained in charge of the fortifications until 
June 2d, when they were relieved by a portion of the Fifteenth 
Massachusetts Battery, under Captain Pierson, at the picket 
station until July 28th, when they were relieved by Captain 
Frost of Company H, Twenty-Sixth Massachusetts Volunteers. 

On the 5th of April, Lieutenant-Colonel Stedman was placed 
in command of all the stations on Bayous " Gentilly " and " St. 
John," Lakeport, and the bayous dependent on the same. The 
same day Company F, under Captain J. D. Cogswell, was moved 
to Lakeport, and placed in charge of that station, relieving 
Captain Wright, of Company E, Ninth Connecticut Volunteers ; 
they had command of the lake shore from Bayou St. John to 
Point Aux Herbes, a distance of neafly fifteen miles ; they had 
several picket stations at the mouth of the innumerable bayous 
that empty into the lake. Through these channels a large 
contraband trade had been carried on in running goods across 
the lake to the rebel lines ; but by the indomitable energy of 
Captains Cogswell and Coburn, and the constant vigilance of 
their companies, this contraband trade was entirely broken up ; 
several captures were made of goods to a large amount, which 
were confiscated to the government, and the offenders brought 



230 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

to justice. They also succeeded in arresting as spies a rebel 
major and three other rebel officers, who were attempting to 
cross the lake with important dispatches. From this station 
large numbers of " registered enemies " were sent into the rebel 
lines, the company furnishing the guard for the steamers 
employed in transporting them to Madison ville and other points 
on the lake and gulf shore. 

The duties of both this company and Company A were ardu- 
ous, but they were faithfully executed, and met the entire 
approval of the commander of the regiment and of the com- 
manding general. Company F remained at Lakeport until July 
28th, when they were relieved by Captain Frost, of Company H, 
Twenty-Sixth Massachusetts Volunteers. 

During the months of April and May, the only companies left 
at head-quarters were Companies B and E, and though from 
these constant details were made for various detached duties, 
rendering their numbers small, yet a regular system of drill 
was kept up, and the time of the men usefully employed. The 
post was deemed of the utmost importance by General Sherman, 
and Colonel Stedman was ordered to use the strictest vigilance 
and care in the management of its affairs. 

On the 2d of June, the portions of Company A stationed at 
Batteries "Gentilly" and " St. John," having been relieved, 
returned to " Camp Farr," and on the 5th, Companies C and 
H also returned to " Camp Farr," and rejoined the regiment, 
having been relieved from further duty as engineers. 

June 9th, one hundred men, consisting of detachments from 
Companies A, B, E and H, under command of Captain Ira B. 
Cook, of Company B, were detached from the regiment and 
ordered to Brashear City, where they were attached to a battal- 
ion under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Stickney, of the 
Forty-Seventh Massachusetts Volunteers. 

June 20th, at 2 o'clock, A. M., twenty men of this detach- 
ment, under command of First Sergeant George W. Ballon, were 
ordered on board the gunboat " Hollyhock," to accompany her 
on a short trip as sharp-shooters. At 4 o'clock the same morn- 
ing, it having been reported that the post at the bridge at 
Lafourche Crossing was about to be attacked, the remainder of 
the detachment, together with portions of a New York, a Con- 
necticut and a Maine regiment, were ordered to that place. The 



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command of the detachment of the Forty-Second Regiment 
devolved upon First Lieutenant Benjamin C. Tinkham, Captain 
Cook having been compelled by reason of sickness to return to 
New Orleans. About 6 o'clock, P. M., the enemy advanced in 
considerable force on this position, but were driven back by our 
artillery, and any further movement checked for the night. At 
this time also it was ascertained that communication with 
Brashear City had been cut off. 

The next day, a portion of the Twenty-Sixth Massachusetts 
Volunteers, under Lieutenant-Colonel Sawtelle, and a New 
York battery, arrived on the ground, increasing our troops to 
about five hundred men. A severe rain storm set in, rendering 
the condition of the men extremely uncomfortable. About 
sunset a section of artillery was ordered to advance some distance 
along the road beside the bayou, and the detachment under 
Lieutenant Tinkham was ordered to support it ; they advanced 
some distance beyond our line of skirmishers, when the battery 
commenced firing ; the enemy replied, and soon artillery firing 
became general. Under cover of darkness and the smoke, the 
enemy advanced to within a few rods of this section of artillery, 
and then with a yell charged on the line ; the infantry with the 
artillery poured a raking fire into the rebel ranks, and then, in 
accordance with previous orders, gallantly fought their way 
back to the main body of our troops, where they took position 
on the left of our line of battle, and faithfully held it until the 
action was ended. The battle raged hand to hand for some time, 
and although the enemy were superior in numbers, they were 
unable to break our lines, and were forced to retreat, leaving 
their dead and wounded on the field. In this engagement the 
detachment of the Forty-Seoond Regiment lost in killed and 
wounded as follows : 

Private Reuben Dyson, Company E, wounded in abdomen 
and hip, died the next morning, and was buried on the field ; 
Sergeant Edmund A. Jones, Company B, wounded in shoulder 
by musket ball, severe ; private William Whiting, Company B, 
wounded in face by musket ball, severe ; private Daniel S. 
Woodman, Company B, wounded dangerously in breast by 
musket ball. The entire loss on our side was about twelve 
killed and forty wounded ; that of the enemy in killed and 
wounded about two hundred. 



232 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The good management and energy of Lieutenant Tinkliam in 
this affair is to be commended. Through his coolness and 
bravery, he successfully covered the retreat of the battery to the 
main body, and prevented its guns from falling into the hands 
of the enemy, winning honorable mention from Lieutenant- 
Colonel Sawtelle, senior officer present, and commanding our 
troops at the time. 

June 24th, by orders of Colonel Cahill, commanding brigade, 
Lafourche Crossing was evacuated by our troops, and on the 
29th the detachment rejoined the regiment at New Orleans. 

On the 23d of June, the enemy attacked and succeeded in 
capturing the garrison at Brashear City, among whom was a 
detachment of forty-six men of this regiment. These men 
were under command of First Sergeant George W. Ballou, and 
maintained an effective resistance for nearly two hours to a 
rebel force of over three hundred mounted men, and were not 
captured until they had attempted an escape, and found it 
impossible. The loss in this affair was as follows ; 

Private Lawson Comey, Company H, killed ; private William 
E. Cook, Company B, wounded in abdomen, and died next day ; 
First Sergeant George W. Ballou, Company B, severely 
wounded in left arm by rifle shot ; private George E. Clark, 
Company B, severely wounded in leg. 

June 21st, the regiment moved to Lafayette Square in th-e 
city of New Orleans. 

On the 27th, it returned to " Camp Farr." The next night 
it was again ordered to New Orleans, where it took post at the 
Custom House. 

On the 14th of July, it moved to Algiers, La., and until the 
29tli was engaged in picket duty on the line of the " Ope- 
lousas " Railroad. 

July 21st, Company K, having been relieved from duty as 
pontoniers, rejoined the regiment ; and on the 28th, the remain- 
der of Companies A and F also rejoined the regiment. 

July 31st, all the arms, equipments, camp and garrison 
equipage, were turned over to the proper officers of the " De- 
partment of the Gulf," and the regiment ordered aboard the 
government transport " Continental," for transportation north, 
arriving at New York on the 8th of August. It was transferred 
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for Boston. On the morning of the 9th, the " Commodore" 
ran on to the rocks at Point Juditli, Long Island Sound, and 
remained fast during the day. Her troops were transferred 
at night to the steamer " City of Newport," and proceeded on 
to Providence and to Boston, where tliey arrived August 10th, 
1863. 

The regiment was furloughed until August 20th, when it 
assembled at Readville, and was mustered out of the United 
States service. The service of the regiment, although varied, 
was well performed, and this report should not close without 
some praise for the enlisted men in its ranks. Whatever duty 
they were called upon to perform was faithfully executed. 
Thoroughly imbued with the principle of the noble general in 
whose corps they were placed, that " success is duty," they 
always on all occasions cheerfully labored for success, that duty 
might be done. 

The following is a recapitulation of the statistics of the regi- 
ment. Left Readville with 39 officers, 922 men — 961 aggre- 
gate. 



Deserters, . . . . . . . .72 men. 

Discharged for disability, . . . . . 6 " 

Transferred to First Louisiana Engineers, . . 1 " 
Promoted to First Louisiana Engineers, . . . 14 " 
Re-enlisted in Twenty-Fifth New York Battery, . 1 " 

Died of disease, 32 " 

Killed, 4 " 

Wounded, 1 officer and 19 " 

Discharged, ........ 1 

Resigned, ........ 2 

Rejoined from desertion, . . . . .3 

Promotions in the regiment, (Non-com. officers,) . 2 

Taken prisoners at Galveston, 12 officers and 244 men — 237 
men paroled. Taken prisoner at Lafourche Crossing, 1 man, 
and paroled. Taken prisoner at Brashear City, 45 men, and 43 
paroled. Prisoners still, 11 officers and 7 men, taken at Gal- 
veston. 



officer. 

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men. 

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[Jen. 



POKTY-THIRD BEGIMEE'T. 



NAMES. 



Charles S. Holbrook, Colonel, 
John C. Whiton, Lieut. Colonel, 
Everett Lane, Major, . 
A. Carter Webber, Surgeon, 
Augustus Mason, Asstn't Surgeon 
Henry O. Marcy, " 
James M. Whitney, Adjutant, 
Henry A. Turner, Quartermaster 
Jacob M. Manning, Chaplain, 
J. E. Oilman, Serg't Major, 
C. B. Fessenden, " 
W. W. Tuttle, Q. M. Sergeant 
A. C. Jordan, Commissary Serg't, 
W. H. Mansfield, Hospt'l Steward, 

Company A— At Large. 
Henry J. Hallgreen, Captain, 
George Chadbourne, 1st Lieuten't, 
Lucius A. Wheelock, 2d Lieuten't, 
James A. Blanchard, " " 
Thomas R. Appleton, 1st Ser't, 
A. S. Farquharson, Sergeant, 
Charles I. Crabe, 
Eobert B. Palfrey, 
J. Horace Kent, " 

Horace D. Mack, Corporal, 
E. F. Simmons, 
Frederic D. Flagg, 
Charles M. Cook, 
Edwin T. Nash, 
S. H. Burroughs, 
Charles A. Rice, 
John R. Cozzens, 
James E. Gilman, 
Frank E. Atkinson, Musician, 
George H. Pierce, " 

Hiram F. Hilton, Wagoner, 
Allen, John, 
Allen, John, 2d, . 
Allen, Patrick, 
Burgess, Robert, . 
Brennan, Dennis F., 
Balch, George E., 
Bacon, Frederic P., 
Billings, J. Quincy, 
Ely, Charles _F., . 
Bailey, Martin, Jr., 
Burke, Joseph J., 
Beckler, Frank M., 



U 
26 
25 
39 
25 
25 
38 
35 
20 
23 
29 
23 
29 



29 
25 
33 
31 
20 
22 
25 
21 
32 
19 
22 
21 
21 
22 
21 
22 
26 
20 
17 
18 
25 
30 
27 
25 
21 
20 
23 
18 
19 
18 
41 
39 
25 



Boston. . . 

u 

Abington, . 
Cambridge. 
Brighton, . 
Cambridge, 
W. Roxbury. 
Boston. . . 
a 

Chelsea, 

u 

Roxbury. . 
W. Roxbury. 
Roxbury. . 



Chelsea. 
Roxbury. . 
Boston. . . 
Boston, . . 

u 

S. Boston. . 

a 

Boston. . . 
New Bedford. 
Dorchester. 
Chelsea. 
Boston. . . 
Newton. 
Boston. . . 

Westboro'. . 
Sherborn. . 
Chelsea, 
Cambridge. 
Dorchester. 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 



Roxbury. 
Boston. . 

Abington. 
Medfield. 
Chelsea. 

Bo?ton. . 



[Oct. 28, 1862. 
Promoted from Co. G, 

Dis'd Mar. 17, '63. 

Appointed Apr. 27, 1863, 
[vice Mason. 



Dis'd for disability. 

Promoted from Ser't Co. 

[D, vice Gilman dis'd. 



[tion, Nov. 3, 1862, 
Discharged for promo- 



[Nov. S,1S62. 
Promoted to Serg't Maj' 



Deser'd Oct. 23,'62. 
" " 25,'62. 

" " 23,'62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty- Third Regiment — Continued. 



235 



NAMES. 



Company A — Con. 
Brawn, James, 
Bartlett, John, 
Brooks, Richard, . 
Callahan, Dennis J., 
Chisholm, Alexander W., 
Coe, James A., 
Considine, Michael, 
Carpenter, James R., 
Crabe, William S., 
Conlan, Bernard, . 
Coles, Jacob, 
Caloney, James, . 
Dunn, John W., . 
Dilloway, William H., 
Dennison, Albert E., 
Dodsworth, George, 
Davis, William, 
Foley, John W., 
Finn, Thomas F. 
Field, Frederic A, 
Flaherty, Patrick, 
Feeney, James, 
Grace, Thomas, 
Grace, Joseph, 
Gowell, Sylvester C, 
Grady, Albert, 
Hall, Thomas H., 
Hobson, Robert, 
Howard, Nichols, 
Hutchinson, Thomas, 
Harlow, James, . 
Harwood, Otis F., 
Henderson, Thomas, 
Johnson, James, 
Johnson, George T., 
Kingston, George, 
Kelling, Charles, . 
Kimball, Frank, . 
Kenney, James D., 
Keller, James E., . 
Lenhurst, John, . 
Leroy, James, 
MuUin, Patrick, . 
Morris, John, 
McLaughlin, Thomas J. 
McDevitt, Hugh, . 
Mooney, Michael J., 
Mellen, Henry, . 
McAulifFe, John, . 
Murphy, William, 



21 
21 
21 
18 
32 
20 
35 
21 
21 
32 
24 
23 
19 
22 
18 
34 
28 
19 
19 
23 
23 
21 
22 
23 
29 
21 
19 
41 
33 
25 
30 
19 
21 
24 
19 
18 
22 
21 
22 
23 
36 
23 
29 
39 
18 
25 
21 
24 
22 
21 



Boston, . 
Roxbury, 
Boston, . 

Roxbury. 
S. Boston. 
Abington. 
Methuen. 
Cambridge, 
Troy, N.^Y., 
Mystic, Ct., 



Boston. . . 
Chelsea. 
Stafford Sp'gs, Ct. 



W. Roxbury. 
Boston. . 
Chelsea. 
S. Boston. . 
Boston, . 
W. Roxbury. 
Boston, . . 



Boston. . . 
E. Abington. 



Chelsea, 
Boston, . . 

New Jersey, 

Boston. . 



Boston, . . 

Boston. . . 

W. Roxbury. 
Chelsea. 

Boston. . . 
Chelsea. 

Boston. . . 

Boston, . . 



Deser'd Oct. 21,'62. 
" Nov. 3,'62. 

Dis. to re-enl't, Je. ;<, '62. 



[in Oct., 1862. 
Discharged for disability 

Deser'd Oct. 30,'62. 
" " 29,'62. 
" Nov. 3,'62. 



Deser'd Oct. 21, '62. 
Deser'd Oct. 23,'62. 

Dis. to re-enlist, Je. 2,'63. 

u a 

Des'd Oct. 22, '62. 



Desr'd Oct. 31, '62. 

" Oct. 22, '62. 

" Nov. 5, '62. 

" Nov. 3, '62. 

" Nov. 10,'62. 

" Nov. 3, '62. 

" Oct. 23, '62. 

Desr'd Oct. 23, '62. 

" Oct. 23, '62. 
" Oct. 23, '62. 
" Nov. 5, '62. 

Deser'd Nov. 1, '62. 



Desr'd Oct. 27, '62. 
" Oct. 27, '62. 
" Oct. 30, '62. 



236 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Tldi-d Re(jiinent — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company A — Con. 
Nason, William J., 
Nugent, John, 
O'Conner, James A., 
Oremay, Francis, 
Pendergast, William, 
Petterson, John, . 
Eice, Jerome F., . 
Rider, William H. li., 
Robert!^ Watkins W., 
Russell, William, . 
Robinson, James, . 
Reed, Rudolph, . 
Riley, John, 
Shanahan, Michael, 
Sprague, William W., 
Smythe, Wayland R., 
Smith, John W., 
Sabin, Ralph J., 
Shaw, George, 
Sullivan, David, 
Tinsuni, James, 
Trafton, Charles A., 
Vial, Samuel H., 
Walsh, John E., 
Welsh, James, 
Wylie, Charles, 
Wilson, Henry, 
Wilson, George, 
Wilson, WilHam, 
Wiley, Emery, 
Young, George A 



Company B— At Large. 
Edward G. Quincy, Captain, 
William Jordan, 1st Lieutenant, 
John C Sanborn, 2d Lieutenant, 
James M. Dunn, 1st Sergeant, 
Philip Dolan, Sergeant, 
Robert E. O'Brien, " 
Edward H. Melius, » 
RufusM. Easton, " 
John Q. Bicknell, Corporal, 
Charles W. Bean, " 

George (looda'.e, " 

Charles Arnold, " 

Thomas Stoddard, " 

J. Henry Fearing, " 

Luther W. Bixby, " 

Pierce J. Babbington, Musician, 
Edward D. Barton, " 



25 
22 
24 
27 
36 
33 
18 
22 
18 
21 
25 
28 
19 
18 
18 
26 
31 
20 
41 
25 
18 
42 
44 
21 
27 
33 
27 
21 
23 
38 
28 



32 
32 
21 
25 
20 
20 
21 
23 
23 

18 
19 
37 
19 
21 
17 
18 



Boston, . 
Chelsea, 
Boston. . 



Chelsea. 
Weston. 

Boston, 



Hingham 
Melrose. 
Boston. . 
Pomfret, Ct 
Springfield, 



Boston. . 
W. Newton, 
Rehoboth. . 
S. Boston. . 
W. Roxbury. 
Chelsea. 

Springfield, 



Byron, Me., 



Boston. . . 

S. Braintree. 
Boston. . . 



S. Braintree. 
Boston. . . 
Weymouth. 
S. Braintree. 
Medford. . 

S. Braintree. 

<( 

Boston. . . 
Roxbury. . 
Boston. . . 



Desr'd Oct. 25, '62. 

Desr'd Oct. 24, '62. 
" Nov. 1, '62. 

Discharged for disabil- 
Lity, May 6, 1863. 



Desr'd Oct. 23, '62. 
" Oct. 22, '62. 
" Nov. 3, '62. 
" Nov. 2, '62. 



Desr'd Oct. 30, '62. 
" Oct. 24, '62. 

[Feb. 20, 1863. 
Disch'ed for disability. 



Desr'd Oct. 24, '62. 
" Oct. 27, '62. 
" Oct. 29, '62. 
« Oct. 31, '62. 
" Nov. 5, '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty— Third Regiment — Continued. 



237 



NAMES. 


< 


Residence. 


Kematks. 


Company B — Con. 








Abbot, Hiram E., . 


34 


S. Braintree. . 


- - 


Boodnee, John, . 






19 


Mason ViUage.N.H. 


- 


Bicknell, Ansel F., 






18 


Weymouth. 


- 


Burns, Henry, 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Bacon, C. H., 






_ 




Desr'd Oct., 1862. 


Baker, John, 






_ 


- 


(( (( 


Carmichael, John R., 






22 


S. Braintree. . 


- - 


Clark, Horace, 






19 


Dorchester. 


- 


Christian, Henry, 






19 


Watertown. . 


- ■% 


Cummings, Robert M., 






23 


E. Braintree. . 




Campbell, James, 






18 


Nahant. . . . 


- 


Corkery, Patrick, 






21 


Abington. . . 


- 


Crane, Silas B., . 






18 


E. Braintree. . 


- 


Clark, Jonathan R., 






37 


S. Braintree. . 


- - 


Conway, Patrick, 






- 


- 


Deserted Oct., '62. 


Conroy, John, 






- 


- 


it u 


Casey, James, 






- 


- 


u a 


Carle, John, 






- 


- 


<( (( 


Carson, James, 






— 


- - 


u u 


Casey, Michael, . 






- 


- 


u a 


Denton, William B., 






20 


N. Braintree. . 


- - 


Dow, James H., . 






19 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Dennison, Jerry, 






21 


Milton. . . . 


- - 


Dailey, Michael F., 






18 


S. Boston. . . 


- - 


Davis, John, 






23 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Durgin, Daniel, . 






_ 


_ 


Disch. Mar. 27, '63. 


Doyle, James, 






22 


Boston, . . . 


Died Dec. 9, 1862. 


Davy, John, 






— 


- 


Deserted Oct., '62. 


Dow, Daniel, 






_ 


- 


a u 


Fisher, Edward A., 






20 


E. Braintree. . 


_ _ 


Foley, Cornelius, 






22 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Foley, Patrick, . 






25 


Abington. . . 


- 


Fontaine, S., 






29 


Dedham, . . 


Deserted Oct., '62. 


Friery, Richard, . 






- 


- 


U (( 


Fay, John, . 






- 


- 


(( (( 


Green, Patrick, . 






25 


Abington. . . 


- 


Gavin, John, 






_ 


Ashland. . . 


- - 


Higgins, Andrew, 






26 


Boston. . . . 


_ 


Hill, William G., 






18 


N. Braintree. . 


_ - 


Hayden, Hosea B., 






37 


S. Braintree. . 


- 


Henius, Max, 






18 


Roxbury. . . 


- _ 


Hollis, Lemuel, 






26 


Randolph. . . 


- 


Hollis, Albert 0., 






21 


Braintree. . . 


_ — 


Hennesey, Edward, 






— 


_ - 


Deserted Oct., '62. 


Hanley, John M., 






_ 


- 


U li 


Homey, Thomas, 






- 


- - 


U (( 


Howe, George A., 






24 


Braintree. . . 


- 


Hennison, William, 






_ 


_ _ 


Deserted Oct., '62. 


Johnson, William, 






22 


Boston, . . . 


u ^i 


Jackson, William, 






— 


~ ~ 


U 11 



238 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty— Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company B — Con. 
Kearns, John, 
Leonard, Charles B., 
Ley den, Daniel, . 
Lawrence, George, 
Mower, William W., 
Mower, George A., 
Marks, M., . 
Murphy, John, 
Morgan, Cornelius, 
Maher, William, 
Masters, Edward, 
Milan, John, 
Newton, Antipus, Jr., 
Norton, Shubael M., 
O'Brien, Cornelius, 
Oakley, George, . 
Ogden, John, 
Pool, John F., 
Peacock, Lewis, . 
Palmer, George V^., 
Eowe, William H., 
Roe, Patrick M., 
Rowley, Thomas, 
Ricker, Alpheus, 
Reed, George, 
Snow, Jacob C, . 
Sylvester, Gideon Y., 
Schenkle, Antoine, 
Sprague, George H., 
Smith, James, 
Somers, Henry G., 
Sullivan, D. J., . 
Sayers, William, . 
Tangney, Daniel, 
Taylor, William H., 
Troupe, George H., 
Troupe, Charles A. S., 
Thorp, William R., 
Turner, John, 
Williams, Morrill, . 
Wild, John F., . 
Wallace, Cranmore, 
Wallace, Frank, . 
Winslow, Henry, . 
Woodman, Edward, 
Walker, Samuel, . 
Wilson, John M., . 
Wilson, James, 



20 
19 
23 
21 
19 
18 
24 

29 
21 



18 
22 
18 



42 
36 
43 
30 
30 

21 
29 
31 
30 
28 
19 
24 

41 
43 
19 
22 
22 
24 

30 



Boston, . . 
S. Braintree. 
N. Braintree. 
Boston, . . 
S. Braintree. 

Boston, . . 

Boston, . . 



Medford. . . 
Holmes' Hole. 
Dedham. . . 



S. Braintree. 



Boston. 



S. Braintree. 
Scituate. 
Dedham. . 
Boston, . . 



Boston, . . 
Milton, . . 
E. Abington. 
Boston. . . 

u 

Boston. . 



S. Braintree. 

a 

E. Braintree. 

u 

South Boston. 
Boston. . . 

Boston. . . 



Deserted Oct., '62. 
Deserted Oct., '62. 



Died Nov. 26, '62. 
Deserted Oct. '62. 



Deserted Oct., '62. 

Deserted Oct., '62. 
Deserted Oct., '62. 



Died Mar. 27, '63. 
Deserted Oct., '62. 



Deser'd Oct., 1862. 



Deser'd Oct., 1862. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty- Third Regiment — Continued. 



239 



Company C— At Large. 
William B. Fowle, Jr., Captain, 
Augustine Sanderson, 1st Lieut., 
John F. Thayer, 2d Lieutenant, 
William F. Rayne, 1st Sergeant, 
Joseph E. Fiske, " 

Lucius A. Wheelock, " 
James McCalium, Sergeant, 
Geo. O. Sanderson, " 
Obed M. Fish, 
Joseph H. Dewing, " 
Charles Everbeck, Corporal. 
William S. Friend, 
Charles H. Kelly, 
John E. McGhnn, 
Edward F. Littlefield, 
John Peck, 
Geo. W. A. Langley, 
John Curran, 

Eugene A. Holton, Musician. 
Robert M. Mc Cloud, 
Ambrose, Robert, . 
Acton, John T., . 
Baker, Theo. L., . 
Boynton, Richard F., 
Belcher, Charles H., 
Bell, Solomon L., . 
Bullard, William P., 
Bryant, Snow, 
Bent, Thomas D., . 
Cameron John, . 
Cooper, Hugh, 
Clough, Leonard N., 
Copeland, James, . 
Carven, Patrick H., 
Donhiser, John, . 
Davis, Charles M., 
DuBois, Lewis, 
Donavan, Michael, 
Eccles, George, . 
Flock, Charles, 
Ford, John B., 
Frye, Samuel G., . 
Flagg, George W., 
Fessenden, Albert, 
Fitzgerald, Andrew M.. 
Guyot, Joseph, 
Grady, Edward F., 
Gormley, William, 
Gilbert, Clinton, . 
Gove, William B., 



36 
27 
29 
18 
22 
20 
32 
35 
26 
31 
20 
20 
18 
30 
29 
31 
25 
26 
17 
18 
42 
21 
22 
20 
33 
25 
19 
40 
21 
35 
38 
34 
42 
27 
24 
35 
40 
25 
37 
18 
27 
27 
19 
24 
18 
41 
21 
26 
T) 
21 



Boston. . 
Brighton. 
Boston. . 



jSTeedham, 
Provid'ce, R.I. 
Boston. . 



Needham. 
Boston. . 
Beverly. 
Boston. . 



Needham. 
Roxbury. 

Boston. . 
Needham. 

<( 

Wellfleet. 

Needham. 

Hanover, 

Needham, 

Boston. . 

Needham. 

Boston. . 



Roxbury. 
Boston. . 



Newark, N. J 
South Boston. 
Boston 



Natick, 
Boston, 
Needham. 
Boston 



Cohasset 



[May 29, 1863. 

Discli'd for promotion, 

Transf (J to Co. A, and 

[pro.2dLt.Nov.lO,'62. 



Deser'd Oct. 6, '62. 



CKov., 1862. 

Discharg'd for disability, 

Discliarged to re-enlist, 

[June 1, 1863. 



Des'dNov.3, 1862. 



Des'd Oct. 1, 1862. 
" Oct. 29,1862. 
" Oct. 4, 1862. 



[June 1, 1863. 
Discharged to re-enlist, 
Discharged to re-enlist, 

[June 1, 1863. 



240 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Third Regiment — Continu ed. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company C — Con. 








Gassett, Oscar, .... 


18 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Gardner, Henry J., 






18 


u 


- - 


Grous, Daniel, 






31 


- 


Des'd Oct. 7, 1862. 


Hardy, William H., . 






23 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Hunting, Emery F., . 






23 


HoUiston. . . 


- 


Howland, Allen, . 






81 


Webster. . . 


- - 


Hawes, Solomon L., 






27 


Wellfleet. . . 


- - 


Hussey, Charles H., 






27 


- 


Des'd Oct. 23,1862. 


Johnson, George W., . 






25 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Knapp, Cyrus W., 






25 


Needham. . . 


- 


Kuhlig, Julius, 






32 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Kinsler, Charles C, 






18 


" 


- 


Keating, William J., . 






28 


" ' 


- - 


Knight^ Henry D., 






- 


a 


Des'd Nov. 4, 1862. 


Kingsbury, William H., 






20 


Needham, . . 


Died Mar. 1, 1863. 


Levy, Morris, 






21 


S. Boston. . . 


- 


Lewis, George, . 






19 


Boston. . 


- - 


Murphy, James J., 






22 


" 


- 


McFay, John, 






18 


a 


- — 


Maguire, Hugh, . 






28 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Morris, Charles C, 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Marshall, John P., 






38 


Needham. . . 


- 


McLane, William H., . 






33 


(( 


- - 


Morgan, Walter J., . . 






21 


Cleaveland, 0. 


[June 1, 1863. 


McCann, Jeremiah G., 






27 


E. Douglas, . 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Newman, Frederick, . 






23 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Nolan, Andrew, . 






22 


u 


- 


O'Connell, Timothy, . 






25 


u 


- - 


Oakes, Joseph, 






20 


Needham. . . 


- - 


Phillips, George H., 






30 


Boston. . . . 


— — 


Penniman, Isaac H., 






30 


Minnesota. . . 


- — 


Pratt, Francis L., 






21 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Russell, William L., 






18 


Needham. . . 


- 


Robinson, Edmund B., 






31 


Wellfleet. . . 


- 


Ropes, Charles A., 






18 


Swampscott. . 


- 


Short, Thomas, . 






27 


Dorchester. 


- - 


Soule, Marcellus, 






35 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Sherman, John S., 






41 


" 


- 


Severance, Charles R., 






30 


Needham. . . 


- 


Simmons, John S., 






39 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Seagrave, Gilbert H., 






28 


Needham. . . 


• - 


Staniford, John W., 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Seeley, Christopher, 






31 


- 


Desr'dOct.23,'62. 


Tuttle, Abram D., 






42 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Tucker, Henry S., 






22 


u 


- 


Taylor, James H., 






19 


(1 


— — 


Towers, William F., 






19 


u 


— — 


Ward, Joseph T., 






18 


Dorchester. 


- 


Weeks, Charles H., 






23 


Boston. . . . 


_ 


Wisner, George P., 






21 


Needham. . . 





1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty- Third Regiment — Continued. 



241 



Company C — Con. 
Whitney, William H., 
Wilder, George S., 
White, John, 
West, William A., 
White, Henry B., 
Zittle, Koncart, . 



Company D — Dedham.. 
Thomas G. Whytal, Captain, 
Edward A. Sumner, 1st Lieut., 
James Schouler, 2d Lieut., . 
Cornelius A. Taft, 1st Sergeant, 
John E. Webster, Sergeant, 
Alvin Fuller, " 

Joseph H. Lathrop, " 
Francis W. Haynes, " 
Charles B. Fessenden, " 
John McDonald, Corporal, 
Emelius A. Everett, " 
William Chickering, " 
G. Phineas Guild, « 
Isaac A. Cox, " 

Samuel D. Cobb, " 
Charles D. Marcy, " 
Elbridge P. Boyden, " 
Melvin A. Galucia, Musician, 
Frank D. Hayward, 
Alexander, William H., 
Babbitt, Willard, . 
Babbitt, Samuel M., 
Barrett, William F., 
Baker, Addison G., 
Baker, Charles A., 
Broad, Nathaniel W, 
Ball, James E., 
Carroll, William F., 
Carter, Frank, 
Clifton, John D., . 
Collins, James, 
Cox, Patrick, 
Cox, Samuel H., . 
Coy, Albert M., . 
Cheney, Rufus F., 
Clements, William H., 
Eagan, Patrick, . 
Edmands, George W. S 
Ellis, Lewis, . 
Fairbanks, Albert F., 
Fairbanks, Benjamin A., 
Fairbanks, James G., . 



21 
36 
21 
45 
18 
20 



37 
22 
23 
27 
28 
34 
19 
22 
23 
21 
22 
18 
27 
32 
31 
19 
28 
17 
17 
37 
31 
44 
24 
21 
21 
28 
18 
26 
20 
19 
32 
21 
31 
19 
22 
18 
32 
19 
29 
18 
43 
23 



Boston. . 
Walpole, N, 
Boston. . 



II 



W. Roxbury. 
Dedham. 



S. Dedham. 
W. Dedham 
Dedham. 



Boston. . 

u 

Dedham. 



Dedham. 

a 
u 
u 
(( 

Sharon. . 

a 

Dedham. 



[May, 1863. 
Promoted to Segt. MaJ., 



June 3, 1863. 
Discharged to re-enlist, 



31 



242 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty— Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company D — Con. 
Fisher, Edwin E., 
Gay, William H., 
Guild, Clarence M., 
Guild, Joseph, 
Guild, Charles J., . 
Guild, Edward W., 
Golden, Michael, . 
Guy, Henry M., . 
Hann, Jno. A., 
Houghton, Joseph, 
Hathaway, K. Ellis, 
Howard, Martin, . 
Hooker, George E., 
Hooker, James B., 
Hartshorn, Charles E., 
Hawkins, James J., 
Ide, Francis P., . 
Johnson, Willard L., 
Kieman, John, 
Lincoln, Herbert E,., 
McGlone, Patrick, 
Marsh, William, . 
Morse, A. Mason, . 
Morse, Charles H., 
Morse, Josiah E., . 
Morse, Sanford O., 
Meagher, Patrick, 
Nichols, John H., . 
Perkins, Charles M., 
Pond, Charles E., 
Pratt, Edwin, 
Ehoades, George A., 
Rhoades, George L., 
Richardson, James H., 
Richards, Bennett O., 
Randall, William H., 
Shapleigh, James F., 
Shapleigh, Alfred M. 
Shapleigh, Nathan E., 
Sheridan, William N., 
Smith, George N., 
Stone, George M., 
Soule, Francis E., 
Shackley, Charles H., 
Shaw, Henry A., . 
Talbot, Nathaniel H., 
Tibbetts, Jos. N., . 
Tibbetts, William R., 
Tucker, James, . 
Tracy, Andrew, . 



21 
22 
18 
18 
35 
19 
21 
25 
44 
25 
20 
24 
33 
29 
22 
25 
32 
29 
37 
26 
26 
20 
19 
18 
39 
28 
19 
19 
25 
30 
19 
24 
28 
18 
25 
27 
21 
28 
18 
26 
19 
24 
18 
18 
35 
30 
29 
36 
19 
21 



Dedham. 



Boston. . 
Dedham. 



Charlestown 
Dedham- 



S. Dedham, 
Dedham. 



[April 20, 1863. 
Disch'ed for disability. 

Died Nov. 4, 1862. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty— Third Regiment — Continued. 



243 



Company D — Con. 
Towle, Horace E., 
Temporly, Thomas, 
Urry, James, 
Webb, Albert G., 
Weeks, Henry, 
WooUey, Edwin A., 
Wood, James M., . 
Woods, John S., . 
Wight, John K., . 
WooUey, Frederick J. 



Company E— Orleans 
Henry Doane, Captain, 
Joseph W. Paine, 1st Lieutenant 
George H. Nickerson, 
Charles M. Upham 2(i Lieutenant 
Irving Emerson, 1st Sergeant, 
John W. Atwood, Sergeant, 
Joshua S. Sparrow, " 
Henry A. Whittemore, " 
William H. Harley, " 
George H. Collins, Corporal, 
Charles G. Rodman, " 
James B. Cook, " 

John A. Gross, " 

Charles E. Atwood, " 

Luther Crowell, " 

Alonzo N. Bearse, " 

Morton, Fuller, " 

Joseph L. Kenrick, Musician, 
Samuel Levi, " 

Bassett, William H. H., 
Baker, Winslow, . 
Brown, Charles, . 
Brown, Francis, . 
Crowell, John W., 
Cook, David, 
Connelly, John, . 
Casey, John M., . 
Cahoon, Thomas Y., 
Cahoon, Benjamin S. 
Chase, John S., . 
Crabbe, Joseph, . 
Clark, David P., . 
Connell, James G., 
Drown, Alvin L., . 
Dow, John N., 
Dill, Albert F., . 
Donovan, Patrick, 
Doyle, Lawrence, 



36 
19 
18 
19 
18 
39 
48 
28 
44 
25 



28 
20 
27 
26 
22 
39 
25 
21 
22 
20 
44 
22 
21 
19 
38 
20 
25 
16 
16 
21 
21 
26 
32 
27 
24 
24 
19 
18 
35 
27 
44 
21 
19 
37 
38 
22 
21 
38 



Dedham. 



Charlestown. 

Roxbury, . 
Orleans. 

Chatham. . 

Roxbury. . 

Chatham. • 
Orleans. 
Augusta, Me. 

Chatham. . 

Eastham. . 

Harwich. . 
Provincetown 

Truro. . . 

Chatham. . 

Harwich. . 

Eastham. . 
Weston, 
Orleans. 

Boston, . . 

Harwich. . 

u 
Boston. . . 
Chatham. . 

u 

Provincetown 



Truro. . 
Harwich. 
Chatham. 
Dennis. . 
Harwich. 
u 

Eastham. 

a 

Harwich. 
Eastham. 
Boston. . 
Brewster. 



[May 9, 1863. 
Disch'ed for disability. 



[tion, June 2, 1863. 
Discharged for promo- 



Died of w'nds Jan. 6, '63. 
Dis. to re-enlist Je. 2, '63. 



244 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company E — Con. 
Eldredge, George, 
Eldredge, Ephralm, 
Emery, Cyrus, 
Ellis, Alvarado C, 
Ebrenstan, Max, . 
Freeman, Charles S., 
Freeman, Gideon H., 
Finn, John W., . 
Freeman, Jona. S., 
Grozier, John P., 
Higgins, Thomas B.., 
Higgings, Sparrow S., 
Horton, John M., 
Hayden, Caleb, . 
Harding, David, . 
Hammond, Franklin D. 
Hamilton, James S., 
Hamilton, Josiah J., 
Hamilton, James T., 
Hopkins, Daniel P., 
Hopkins, William M., 
Higgins, Elisha A., 
Howes, Samuel H., 
lUingsworth, Henry, 
Johnson, Charles, 
Kenrick, Benjamin C, 
Kelley, George F., 
Keeler, Owen, 
Lee, James W., . 
Lyman, Storrs L., 
Lewis, Horatio F., 
Lockwood, George, 
Mayo, Andrew S., 
McVea, David M., 
Paine, Henry R., 
Paine, Amasa E., 
Parker, Thomas H. K., 
Powers, John, 
Ray, John G., 
Rogers, Joshua N., 
Rogers, Benjamin, 
Rogers, Francis B., 
Robbins, Samuel, . 
Rich, Jeremiah H., 
Rogers, Ensign, . 
Smith, Daniel P., 
Snow, Samuel, 
"Snow, Isaiah, 
SchiUing, William, 
Sullivan, William, 



30 

38 

35 

25 

22 

19 

21 

20 

22 

21 

21 

21 

U 

26 

43 

23 

19 

38 

21 

23 

21 

21 

20 

20 

38 

18 

33 

38 

23 

22 

29 

36 

28 

27 

24 

18 

45 

18 

20 

34 

41 

32 

19 

26 

17 

19 

39 

20 

25 

18 



Brewster. 
Chatham. 

n 
Harwich. 
Chelsea, 
Harwich. 

(( 

Orleans, 

<( 

Truro. . 
Orleans. 



Chatham. 



Eastham, 

(( 

Chelsea, 

Chatham, 

Weston. 

Chatham. 

Orleans. 

Boston, . 

Brewster. 

Orleans. 

Chatham. 

Provincetown 
Chatham. 
Harwich. 
Truro. . 

Harwich. 
Provincetown 
Boston. . 
Chatham, 



Dennis. . 
Truro. . 
Dennis, . 
Truro. . 
Eastham 
Truro. . 
Chelsea. . 
Provincetown 



Dis. to re-enlist Je. 2, '63. 



Dis. to re-enlist Je, 2, '63. 

a u 



[Mar. 5, 1863. 
Discharg'd for disability' 
Dis. disability Apr.24, '63. 
Dis. to re-enlist Je. 2, '63. 



Dis. to re-enlist Je. 2, '63. 



Dis. to re-enlist Je. 2, '63. 



Dis. to re-enlist Je. 2, '63. 



Dis. tore-enlist Je. 2, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty— Third Regiment — Continued. 



245 



NAMES. 


■Si 


Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company E — Con. 








Small, Joshua, .... 


42 


Harwich, . . 


Discharged for disability, 
Feb. 16, 1863. 


Smith, Simeon L., . . . 


18 


Orleans, . . 


Dis. tore-enlist Je. 2, '68. 


Snow, Freeman, . 






19 


u 


(1 u 


Silver, Nathan B., 






21 


Chelsea, . . 


(( (( 


Smith, Isaac Y., . 






22 


Orleans, . . 


Killed inaction, Dec. 16. 


Taylor, George A., 






28 


Chatham. . . 


[1862. 


Townsend, James A., 






23 


Waltham. . . 




Tripp, Francis M., 






18 


Dennis. . . . 


_ _ 


Tripp, Edwin, 






18 


" 


Disc'd June 22,'63. 


Verge, Thomas K., 






42 


Provincetown. 


- _ 


Wilson, Charles, . 






19 


Chelsea, . . 


Dis. to re-enlist Je. 2, '63. 


Young, Henry, 2d, 






18 


Provincetown. 


[June 2, 1863. 


Young, William H., 






18 


Dennis, . . . 


Discharged to re-enlist 


Company F— At Large. 








Charles W. Soule, Captain, . 


29 


Scituate. . . 


_ _ 


Henry S. Bates, 1st Lieutenant, . 


35 


Marshfield. 




_ _ 


Nathan S. Oakman, 2d Lieutenant, 


25 


Hanover. 




— _ 


Samuel J. Simmons, 1st Sergeant, 


26 


Duxbury. 




_ _ 


William E. Thompson, Sergeant, . 


44 


Hanover. 




_ _ 


Dexter Grose, " 


32 


Hingham. 




_ _ • 


Peleg S. Sherman, " 


32 


Marshfield. 




_ _ 


Edwin Curtis, " 


41 


a 




[April 25, 1863. 


Peleg F. Clapp, " 


27 


Scituate, 




Discharged to re-enlist. 


Charles W. Sparrell, Corporal, 


26 


S. Scituate. 




- - 


Thomas B. Whiting, " 


20 


Hanover. 




_ _ 


Edward H. Davis, " 


23 


Marshfield. 




_ _ 


Benjamin Brown, Jr., " 


34 


Scituate. 




_ _ 


Henry T. Jenkins, " 


26 


S. Scituate. 




_ _ 


Eleas A. Pratt, " 


33 


u 




_ _ 


John E. 0. Prouty, " 


22 


Scituate. 




_ _ 


Joseph W. Morris, " 


34 


a 




[Nov. 10, 1862. 


Jotham W. Bailey, " 


28 


a 


f 


Disch'ged for disability. 


Samuel Chamberlain, Musician, . 


17 


Boston. . 




— — 


George H. Stevens, " 


17 


Hanover. 




_ _ 


Thomas Alden, Wagoner, . 


35 


Duxbury. 




[May 29, 1863. 


Alden, James, Jr., 




22 


a 




Discharged to re-enlist. 


Beal, Walter M., . 






20 


Abington. 






Bailey, Charles W., 






35 


Marshfield. 




_ _ 


Baker, James E., . 






25 


ii 




- - 


Bates, George S., . 






20 


Scituate. 




— _ 


Bouve, William J., 






18 


u 




_ _ 


Brown, Henry L., 






20 


(( 




_ _ 


Brown, Charles E., 






34 


(C 




— _ 


Curtis, George W., 






21 


S. Scituate 




_ _ 


Curtis, George M., 






18 


u 


_ _ 


Curtis, Joseph H., 






18 


a 


_ _ 


Church, William, Jr., 






38 


Hanover. . . 


_ _ 


Carver, Israel H., 






24 


Marshfield. . . 


- 



246 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S EffiPORT. 

Forty— Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



K A M E S . 


6 
be 
-«1 


Kesldence. 


Eemarks. 


Company F — Con. 








Cudworth, Elijah F., . 


19 


Marshfield. 


_ 


Clapp, Henry 0., . 






18 


Scituate. . . 


- 


Damon, Israel D., 






18 


li 


_ _ 


Damon, Alfred C, 






25 


u 


_ _ 


Damon, Virgil, 






39 


a 


_ _ 


Doherty, John, 






23 


a 


_ _ 


Ewell, Daniel E., 






35 


Marshfield. . . 


_ _ 


Ford, Thomas P., 






30 


a 


[for disability. 


Falvey, Edward A., 






26 


i( 


Discharged March 2, '63, 


Grose, Henry A., 






36 


S. Scituate. 


— — 


Grose, Charles, . 






34 


u 


_ _ 


Gardner, Stephen N., . 






23 


Marshfield, . . 


Died June 4, '63. 


Hobart, Alonzo C, 






19 


Abington. . . 


_ _ 


Hatch, Edward, . 






24 


Marshfield. . . 


_ _ 


Hatch, Charles R., 






18 


(( 


_ _ 


Hatch, Samuel F., 






19 


(£ 


- - 


Hatch, Calvin 0., 






21 


;i 


— _ 


Hatch, John F., . 






18 


li 


_ _ 


Hatch, George A., 






24 


Scituate, . . 


— _ 


Holmes, Samuel, . 






33 


Marshfield. . . 


- _ 


Hooper, Charles A., 






19 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Hyland, Thomas W., 






18 


Scituate. . . 


_ _ 


Harrington, Lorenzo D 


•■> 




30 


Marshfield, . . 


[June 1, 1863. 


Hewett, Asa W., . 






32 


Kingston, . . 


Discharged to re-enlist. 


Keene, John A., . 






36 


Marshfield, . . 


Discharged Mar. 23, 1863, 


Lawrence, Thomas R., . 






34 


S. Scituate. 


[for disability. 


Lewis, John W., . 






40 


(( 


_ — 


Little, William B., 






25 


Marshfield. . . 


- - 


Litchfield, Francis M., 






18 


Scituate. . . 


_ _ 


Litchfield, Milton G., 






18 


tt 


- - 


Litchfield, Otis, . 






34 


u 


_ _ 


Litchfield, Liba W., 






19 


S. Scituate. 


- - 


Litchfield, Warren, Jr. 






18 


Scituate, 


Died June 27, '63. 


Mann, Howard F., 






18 


Hanover. . . 


- - 


Mann, Albert G., . 






19 


u 


[for disability. 


Mann, Charles D., 






24 


- 


Discharged Oct. 24, 1862, 


Merritt, William 0., Ji 


•■> 




18 


Scituate. . . 


- - 


Osboi-n, George T., 






20 


Marshfield. . . 


- - 


Peterson, Phineas P., 






38 


Hanover. . . 


- 


Pool, Benjamin B., 






21 


(( 


- _ 


Pratt, Bryant C, . 






35 


Duxbury. . . 


- 


Perry, George W., 






18 


Scituate. . . 


- - 


Porter, William S., 






33 


Marshfield. . . 


_ — 


Raymond, Thomas A., 






21 


S. Scituate. 


_ _ 


Randall, Josiah, . 






39 


Marshfield. . . 


- - 


Spencer, John H., 






30 


S. Scituate. 


_ - 


Simmons, Jonathan J. 






19 


Marshfield. . . 


_ - 


Sherman, Warren H., 






21 


Scituate. . . 


[March 3, 1863. 


Sherman, Joseph, 






22 


Marshfield, . . 


Discharg'd for disability. 


Studley, Alfred H., 






20 


— 


Dis. fordis'ty Oct. 24, '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty— Third Regiment — Continued. 



247 



NAMES. 


a5 

< 


Eesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company F — Con. 








Southard, Francis E., . 


19 


Boston, . . . 


Dis. tore-eulistJe. 1, '63. 


Sylvester, Gideon Y., . 


36 


- 


Transf d to Co. B. 


Thomas, Lucius, .... 


25 


Marshfield. . . 


- 


Thayer, Lucius, .... 


32 


Scituate. . . 


- - 


Tyler, Franklin, .... 


30 


4« 


_ 


Turner, John H., 


27 


li 


- - 


Turner, Henry A., 


34 


S. Scituate. 


- 


Tolman, George S., . 


19 


i( 


[June 1, 1863. 


Thomas, Josiah, .... 


18 


Marshfield, . . 


Discharged to re-enlist. 


Vinal, Georae 0., . . . 


29 


Scituate. . , 


- - 


Vinal, Seth H., .... 


43 


S. Scituate. 


- 


Vinal, Amos, .... 


23 


(( 


- - 


Vining, William H.,^ . 


22 


Hanover. . . 


- - 


Williamson, Peter, 


26 


Marshfield. . . 


- - 


Williamson, William, . 


37 




- 


Williamson, Andrew J., 


25 


(( 


- 


Woodward, George W., 


18 


- 


Dis. Oct.24/62,dlsability. 


Williamson, Calvin, Jr., 


43 


Marshfield, . . 


" Ap. 25, '63, 


Wright, James A., . . . 


45 


(( 


Died May 7, 1863. 


Company G — Abington. 








Everett Lane, Captain, 


26 


Abington, . . 


rro. to Maj., Oct. 20, '62. 


Josiah Soule, Jr., "... 


32 


E. Abington, . 


Elec'd Capt. Oct. 22, '62, 


« 






vice Lane, promoted. 


Lysander Poole, 1st Lieut., . 


33 


u 


Elec'd 1st Lt. Oct. 22, '62, 
vice Soule, promoted. 


Joseph B. Warne, 2d Lieut., 


21 


ii 


Elec'd2dLt. Oct.22, '62, 


Brainard Gushing, 1st Sergeant, . 


30 


u 


[vice AVame, prom'd. 


Joseph B. Merritt, Sergeant, 


31 


11 




Ansel B. Randall, " 


25 


(1 


_ _ 


Anson V. Whiting, " 


24 


u 


_ _ 


Alexander Blaisdell, " 


21 


(( 


_ — 


John Burrell, 2d, Corporal, . 


28 


a 


_ _ 


E. Walter Burbank, " 


25 


ti 


_ _ 


Shepard F. Eaton, " 


28 


li 


_ — 


Joshua S. Grey, " 


22 


a 


_ _ 


James B. Studley, " 


19 


li 


_ _ 


Daniel G. Wheeler, " 


39 


(( 


_ _ 


William M. Walker, " 


18 


It 


_ _ 


Edward G. Hunt, " 


22 


a 


_ _ 


Frank Granville, Musician, . 


18 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Gustavus E. Lane, " 


26 


E. Abington. . 


- - 


Arnold, William D., . 


30 


4( 


_ _ 


Burrell, James H., 


21 


1( 


_ _ 


Burrell, Benjamin A., . 


19 


« 


_ _ 


Burrell, Charles M., 


31 


(1 


_ _ 


Brings, Nathaniel B., . 


28 


a 


_ _ 


Briggs, Joseph W., 


41 


a 


_ _ 


Beal, David, .... 


43 


u 


_ _ 


Beal, Nathan A., . 


18 


u 


- 



248 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty— Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


1 


Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company G — Con. 








Beal, Franklin, .... 


40 


E. Abington . 


_ _ 


Bates, Edwin, Jr., 






26 


Hanover. . 


_ _ 


Baldwin, Elza, 






18 


E. Abington. . 


[for disability. 


Bisbee, Zenas M., 






23 


u 


Discharged Apr. 3, 1863, 


Gushing, Urban W., 






28 


(.1 


- - 


Curtis, George E., 






20 


li 


_ _ 


Curtis, Warren C, 






23 


a 


_ _ 


Curtis, Samuel G., 




y . 


27 


u 


_ _ 


Curtis, Edmund B., 






34 


u 


_ _ 


Chubbuck, Charles H., 






20 


u 


_ _ 


Caplice, Maurice, 






30 


il 


_ _ 


Carney, Richard, 






32 


ii 


— _ 


Crook, Patrick, . 






22 


u 


_ _ 


Conlan, Edward, 






21 


u 


_ _ 


Church, Robert, . 






20 


Hanover, . . 


_ _ 


Connell, Cornelius, 






19 


E. Abington. . 


_ _ 


Crowell, Joel, 






32 


ti 


[ity, Nov. 3, 1862. 


Connell, James 0., 






25 


u 


Discharged for diaabil- 


Chubbuck, Hosea, 






44 


u 


Discharged Jan. 14, 1863, 


Damon, Washington, 






19 


u 


[for disability. 


Damond, Piam, . 






24 


a 




Donovan, Daniel 0., . 






40 


a 


_ _ 


Doane, Simeon K., 






19 


u 


_ _ 


Davis, Joseph W., 






37 


4i 


_ _ 


Elmes, William, . 






36 


(( 


_ _ 


Fenno, James A., 






20 


u 


_ _ 


Fuller, Henry E., 






20 


t! 


_ _ 


Foster, Lorenzo D., 






33 


(( 


_ _ 


Gammon, Horatio H., . 






21 


a 


_ _ 


Green, Patrick, . 






18 


Hanover. . . 


_ _ 


Groce, William R., 






19 


Dover, N. H. . 


_ _ 


Gurney, James S., 






43 


E. Abington. . 


_ _ 


Hook, Charles 0., 






21 


(( 


_ _ 


Hughes, Robert J., 






88 


44 


_ _ 


Harwell, Elisha, 






21 


44 


_ _ 


Hurley, Patrick, 






26 


44 


_ _ 


Hunt, Joseph W., 






33 


44 


_ _ 


Hallet, Charles G., 






18 


44 


_ ^ 


Hobert, John T., 






19 


44 


_ _ 


Joyce, Leander R., 






27 


44 


_ _ 


Kennedy, Hugh, . 






18 


44 


_ _ 


Kenney, Elijah F., 






21 


44 


_ _ 


Lane, Josiah W., 






18 


44 


_ _ 


Lane, Charles H., 






18 


44 


_ _ 


Lewis, George H., 






18 


44 


_ _^ 


Lowell, Henry H., 






21 


44 


_ _ 


Loud, Samuel M., 






18 


44 


_ _ 


Mitchell, Robert, . 






28 


44 


_ _ 


Mansur, Andrew J., 






32 


(4 


_ _ 


MuUaly, James, . 






28 


44 


- 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty— Tliird Regiment — Continued. 



249 



Compamj G — Con. 
McMorrow, John, 
McMorrow, Michael, 
Phillips, Gideon B., 
Poole, William W., 
Payne, Elbridge, . 
Rush, John, . 
Rogers, Andrew, . 
Studley, Andrew H., 
Studley, George S., 
Sullivan, Daniel F. 
Shaw, Micah R., . 
Shaw, Otis R., 
Smith, Zenas, 
Stoddard, George W., 
Stoddard, David, . 
ShurtleiF, Solomon H., 
Sullivan, Eugene, 
Tower, James A., 
Tangney, James, . 
Turner, Luther, . 
Warner, Henry, . 
Wetherbee, Joseph M, 
Wheeler, Elijah IL, 
Younj;, Edwin R., 



Company H— Chelsea. 
George B. Hanover, Captain, 
William Bradbury, 1st Lieut., 
D. C. Colesvvorthy, Jr., 2d Lieut., 
John Edmunds, Jr., 1st Sergeant, 
Charles G. Butts, Sergeant, 
John H. Perry, " 

Horace P. Eldridge, " 
Daniel P. Illsley, " 

Charles T. Adams, Corporal, 
Thomas King, Jr., " 

Southworth Bryant, " 
Charles M. Coburn, " 
John T. Pitman, " 

Franklin O. Barnes, " 
Alfred M. S. Butler, " 
George E. Colesworthy, " 
Charles L. Humphrey, Musician, 
Norman Wilson, " 

Samuel P. Wilkinson, Wagoner, 
Charles R. Fisher, Armorer, 
Adams, Sylvester R., . 
Adams, Jonathan S., 
Bryant, William B., . 
Bunter, Gilbert, . 



32 
24 
20 
30 
27 
43 
36 
26 
23 
18 
23 
23 
37 
26 
42 
24 
24 
24 
22 
35 
33 
21 
18 
32 



42 
38 
27 
23 
33 
28 
26 
23 
20 
33 
28 
19 
26 
21 
21 
18 
18 
18 
24 
38 
24 
44 
44 
22 



E. Abington, 



Boston. . 



Chelsea. 



Dls'd disab'yMar. 14, '63. 
" May 9, 1863. 



CisMdisab'y Mayg, 1863. 



2530 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company H — Con. 
Blanchard, Edwin B., 
Beatley, Charles S., 
Bassett, Charles Z., 
Burtt, Joseph A., 
Butts, Edwin H., 
Ballsdon, George, 
Benner, Edwin, . 
Bettis, Jonas A., . 
Carruth, Isaac S., 
Colesworthy, Charles J 
Cao, William, 
Dade, David B., . 
Emerson, George H., 
Evans, Thomas H., 
Evans, Frank S., 
Folsom, William J., 
Farley, James A., 
Fracker, John W., 
Forrest, Henry, . 
Gooding, George, 
Goodwin, Clement F., 
Gilling, William F., 
Gearey, George W., 
Giraghty, John F., 
Hayden, John, 
Harlow, Dexter, 
Hopkins, John P., 
Hall, Charles W., 
Harrison, John L., 
Hemmenway, George S. H. 
Haney, Thomas, . 
Hoyt, Charles H., 
Judkins, Hiram, . 
Jones, John T., . 
Johnson, Samuel W., 
Kimball, James H., 
Knowles, Henry F., 
Lombard, George E., 
Le Blanc, Remi, 
Lovejoy, Joseph T., 
Loach, James W., 
Lord, George F., 
Mclntyre, James, 
McKenzie, William, 
Maynard, Cornelius D 
Morrill, George E., 
Mason, Walter, . 
Mears, George, . 
Merritt, Martin, . 
Patrick, Albert E., 



18 
23 
19 
21 
18 
35 
22 
4-5 
22 
22 
21 
32 
18 
33 
19 
18 
23 
21 
30 
42 
33 
30 
27 
20 
19 
45 
22 
18 
18 
29 
23 

27 
21 
24 
18 
18 
18 
26 
22 
22 
18 
24 
26 
42 
18 
18 
27 
21 
21 



Chelsea. 



Andover. 
Chelsea. 



Andover. 
Chelsea. 



Boston. 
Chelsea. 



Chelsea. 



Maiden. 

Winthrop. 

Chelsea. 



Weston. 
Chelsea. 



Andover. 
Chelsea. 



Des'rdSep.25,'62. 



Des'rdSep.29,'62. 



[1863, for disability. 
Discharged March 8, 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty— Third Regiment — Continued. 



251 



Bemarks 



Company H — Con. 
Perry, Almon, 
Pierce, George F., 
Parker, Merritt, 
Perkins, Charles W., 
Pratt, George W., 
Pickford, Henry, 
Richardson, Zanoni A. 
Rackltf Benjamin, 
Rogers, Edward H., 
Stanwood, William E., 
Spaulding, William A., 
Sinclair, John G., 
Spooner, John F., 
Swords, Edward K., 
Swett, Cyrus E., 
Scott, Frank J., . 
Thompson, Henry F., 
Twombly, Charles W., 
Tilden, Colman, Jr., 
Tufts, John, 
Teel, Abner G., . 
Whittemore, Thomas, Jr., 
Whitford, Reuben, 
Whiting, Edward, 
Warren, Theodore B., 
Watson, John A., 
Wilson, Henry, . 
Wylie, Isaac, 
White, William R., 
Wood, Joseph A., 
Waters, John, 
Young, George W., 

Company I— Cambridge. 
George O. Tyler, Captain, 
Robert Torrey, Jr., 1st Lieut., 
Oliver H. Webber, 2d Lieut., 
Gustavus A. Smart, 1st Sergeant,. 
Leonard Arkerson, Jr., Sergeant,. 
Daniel A. Buckley, " 

William J. Dowd, « 

Leonard B. Wilder, " 

William H. Arkerson, Corporal, . 
Charles A. Patch, 
John J. Dowd, 
James K. Odell, 
Martin J. Keating, 
Charles E. Herbert, 
Ruel W. Hanscom, 
Thomas Lackey, 



33 
19 

18 
30 
19 
31 
18 
40 
38 
40 
21 
21 
18 
25 
18 
19 
24 
18 
22 
34 
26 
24 
29 
44 
19 
19 
44 
39 
42 
26 
28 
39 



26 
26 
32 
28 
20 
30 
26 
19 
19 
19 
19 
29 
25 
26 
26 
24 



Chelsea. 
Maiden. 
Boston. . 
Chelsea. 



Winchester, 
Chelsea. 



Maiden. 
Chelsea. 



Weston. 
Chelsea. 



Cambridge. 



Boston. . 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . 
Cambridge. 



[1863, for disablUty. 
Discharged March 3, 



Desr'dSept.25,'62. 



252 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company I — Con. 
William F. Sparrow, Corporal, 
Benjamin Galley, Musician, 
Alexander H. Clapp, " 
Mark J. Fulsom, Wagoner, 
Adams, Charles A., 
Ashworth, Charles, 
Boyle, Henry F., . 
Bagley, John, 
Brooks, Sager, 
Burke, James, 
Clapp, Edward J., 
Casey, James, 
Clark, Thomas, 
Cummings, Patrick E., . 
Cronin, Daniel, . 
Campbell, Edward F. A., 
Cane, Lewis, 
Currier, George W., 
Collins, John J., . 
Casey, Michael, . 
Christie, Addison G., 
Colzi, Pietro, 
Doherty, Michael, . 
Daley, Michael J., 
Davis, Daniel, 
Dolan, Matthias J., 
Dolan, William, . 
Dowd, Christopher, 
Dallenger, Samuel W. 
Doherty, Eobert, . 
Fallen, Daniel, 
Frizell, Joseph P., 
Ford, George E,,, . 
Fellows, DeWitt C, 
Fisher, Edward P., 
Ford, Howard J., . 
Gallagher, Owen, . 
Gallagher, Patrick, 
Grammo, John, 
Grammo, Francis, 
Geier, John,. 
Green, William, . 
Glenn, Michael, . 
Hawkes, John, 
Hewins, John A., . 
Hardman, James J., 
Hamilton, John, . 
Jackson, David A., 
Klidelin, George, . 
Kane, Michael, 



27 
20 
18 
26 
41 
20 
20 
28 
27 
26 
28 
29 
37 
23 
19 
19 
37 
?3 
19 
22 
30 
28 
36 
19 
45 
19 
20 
29 
19 
25 
19 
31 
19 
36 
27 
30 
29 
32 
26 
20 
35 
26 
27 
22 
19 
25 
43 
19 
30 
22 



Cambridge, 

11 

Boston. . . 

Cambridge. 
Lowell. . . 
Boston. . . 
E. Cambridge 
Lowell. . . 

Boston. . . 

It 

Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 

11 

Cambridge. 
South Boston 
Lowell. . . 
Boston. . . 

Cambridge. 

Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 



Cambridge. 

Cambridge. 
Boston. . 
Cambridae. 



E. Cambridge, 
Dorchester. 
Brighton. . 

11 

W. Cambridge 
Boston. . . 

It 

E. Cambridge 

Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 
South Boston, 



Killed in action, Dec. 17, 
[1862. 



Des'd at Readville. 



Des'd at Beadville. 



11 II 

(1 (1 



Des'd at Readville. 



Died July 1, '63. 



Des'd at Readville. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty— Third Regiment — Continued. 



253 



Company I — Con. 
Laha, John, . 
Lakin, James T., . 
Lynch, Thomas, . 
Linney, John, 
Leary, Michael, . 
Laredo, Luigi, 
McDonough, Joseph R, 
McNally, Frank, 
Moesehlin, John F., 
Murray, Timothy, 
Mahoney, Jeremiah J. 
Mclntire, John B., 
Norris, William H., 
O'Neil, Thomas, . 
O'Toy, Hugh, 
Prescott, Charles E., 
Paradi, Charles, . 
Park, Charles T., . 
Quirk, James W., 
Quinn, Michael, . 
Quinn, Maurice, . 
Redfern, John H., 
Ryan, John A., . 
Rollins, Albert W., 
Rollins, Francis E., 
Rorke, Joseph H., 
Rhuling, E. Frederick, 
Storer, William, . 
Stone, William A., 
Sarsfield, Patrick, 
Snow, Russell L., 
Smith, John N., , 
Strickland, John, . 
Turner, Jonathan G., 
Warren, Edward E., 
Williams, Edward, 
Williams, George S., 
Wilson, William F., 
Young, Stephen, . 



Company K— At Large. 
J. Emery Round, Captain, . 
Lucius P. Kimpton, 1st Lieut., 
John W. Fletcher, 2d Lieut., 
Albert A. Day, 1st Sergeant, 
James Emerson, Sergeant, . 
Edward O. Fisher, " 
George W. Nichols, " 
James A. Coles, " 

Daniel B. Lovell, Corporal, 



32 
22 
20 
24 
22 
28 
33 
31 
45 
22 
23 
25 
38 
19 
20 
26 
36 
19 
19 
23 
31 
19 
20 
21 
19 
22 
30 
40 
21 
19 
27 
45 
26 
45 
28 
20 
28 
29 
19 



27 
28 
38 
18 
23 
24 
24 
23 
23 



Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 

Lowell. . . 
E. Cambridge 

Boston. . . 
Lowell. . . 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 
E. Cambridge 
Bo.ston. . . 
Cambridge. 

Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 
Brighton. . 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 

E. Cambridce, 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . • 
Cambridge. 
« 

Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 



E. Cambridge 
Cambridge. 

u 

Lowell. . . 

a 

Framingham. 
Boston. . . 



Cambridge. 



Cambridge. 
W. Roxbury. 
Chelsea. . . 
Boston. . . 
Maiden. 
Cambridge. 
Warren. 
Maiden, . 
N. Bridgew'r. 



Des'd at Readville. 



Died July 21, '63. 



254 ADJUTANT-GSNERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Third Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


to 


Besldence. 


Remarks. 


Company K — Con. 








Martin V. B. Dunham, Corporal . 


22 


N.Bridgewat'r. 


_ _ 


JohnN. Collier, " 


30 


Barnstable. 


- _ 


Benjamin F. Stone, " 


44 


Chelsea. • . 


- _ 


Jos. C. Marshall, " 


22 


Warren. . . 


_ _ 


Warren T. Heillman, " 


21 


Chilmark. . . 


- _ 


Alfred A. Presbrey, " 


35 


Chelsea. 


— _ 


George W. Fearing, " 


25 


Dover. . . . 


— _ 


Caleb F. Bates, Musician, . 


17 


Boston. . . 


_ _ 


Minot S. Crane, " 


17 


Stoughton. . 


_ _ 


George E. Frederick, Wagoner, . 


22 


Maiden. . . 


- 


Beekman, Cyrus A., . 


20 


u 


- - 


Bliss, Warrence, .... 


31 


Warren. 


- _ 


Brown, Joseph, .... 


19 


Maiden. . . 


- - 


Bryant, James A., . . . 


36 


Winthrop. . 


- _ 


Boswell, Jos. P., . 


23 


- 


Desrt'd Oct. 18,'62. 


Birch, Jos., 


35 


Boston, . . 


" Oct. 25, '62. 


Campbell, Thomas M., 


24 


ti. 


- _ 


Cammitt, Warren, 


21 


Barnstable. 


_ _ 


Christian, James, .... 


29 


Boston. . . 


_ _ 


Chubbuck, Henry H., . 


21 


Scituate. 


- _ 


Cole, Ebenezer, . ^ . 


28 


Warren. 


_ _ 


Collins, John, .... 


33 


Boston. . . 


_ _ 


Cooke, Orin C., . 


18 


Mendon. 


_ - 


Copeland, Cyrus F., . 


18 


N. Bridg'wat'r 


- ■ _ 


Cotton, Frederick W., . . • 


20 


Boston. . . 


_ _- 


Coiteux, Joseph, .... 


30 


Chelsea. 


- _ 


Crane, Samuel S., . . . 


41 


Stoughton. . 


_ _ 


Cushing, Henry F., . 


27 


Maiden. 


- — 


Cushing, Loring H., . 


22 


Hingham. . 


. 


Cully, Eli, 


22 


N. Weymouth 


- 


Durant, Charles H., . 


25 


Warren, 


— — 


Durr, Thomas E., ... 


32 


Lawrence. . 


[Feb. 16, 1863. 


Dunham, Sheperd, 


44 


Warren, 


Discharg'd for disability, 


Dalton, John, .... 


28 


_ _ 


Des'rdOct.29,'62. 


Evans, Isaac S., . 


26 


Maiden. 


- - 


Farnum, Samuel M., . . 


18 


Boston. . . 


_ - 


Ferris, Job T., . . . . 


24 


Chelsea. 


- - 


Fiske, Noble, .... 


20 


Lunenburg. 


_ _ 


Fitz, Edward S., . 


20 


Chicopee. . 


- - 


Fullerton, George H., . 


19 


N. Bridg'wat'r 


- 


Goodwin, Isaac F., 


26 


Hingham. . 


_ _ 


Gurley, Jacob B., ... 


27 


Mendon. . 


_ _ 


Hadley, Albert F., . 


33 


Chelsea. 


_ _ 


Hawes, John A., . 


19 


Maiden. 


- 


Hayward, Henry J., . 


20 


Milford. . . 


- 


Henderson, William, . 


19 


Boston. . . 


_ _ 


Harlow, Aaron S., . 


43 


N. Bridg'wat'r 


_ _ 


Hersey, Hollis, .... 


28 


Hingham. . 


- - 


Hillman, Beriah T., . 


20 


Chilmark. . 


_ _ 


Hough, George H. S., . 


18 


Maiden, 


— — 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty—Third Regiment — Concluded. 



255 



NAMES. 


to 

< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company K — Con. 








Hunt, Ira J., 


27 


Stoughton. . . 


- - 


Hurst, William, . 






34 


Chelsea. . . 


- - 


Hyde, William H., 






34 


u 


- 


Hutchins, Cornelius W. 


1 




18 


Boston, . . . 


Died Dec. 20, '62. 


Johnson, James P., 






24 


Warren. . . 


- - 


Johnson, James, . 






29 


Fall River, . . 


Des'rd Nov. 3, '62. 


Jones, Harvey, . 






24 


Warren. . . 


- 


Keough, Henry J., 






40 


Chelsea. . . 


- 


KofF, Frederick, . 






23 


- 


Desrt'd Oct. 7, '62. 


Livingston, William A. 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Loring, Peter, 






24 


Hingham. . . 


- 


Lunt, George W., 






21 


Maiden. . . . 


- 


Mayhew, John W., 






28 


Chilmark. . . 


- 


McKenna, Daniel, 






35 


Hingham. . . 


- - 


McCullough, James, 






18 


Warren. . . 


- - 


Meara, Sherman T., 






28 


Tisbury. . . 


- 


Morgan, Roscoe G., 






27 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Miller, Jacob, 






21 


_ - 


Desrt'd Oct. 22, '62. 


Mason, Thomas, . 






33 


_ _ 


" 26, '62. 


Moore, Fitz H., . 






24 


Warren. . . 




Oakes, George H., 






21 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Oliver, Henry A., 






32 


Saugus, . . . 


Died Mar. 10,1863. 


Perry, John S., . 






19 


N.Bridgewat'r. 


- - 


Pratt, Thomas W., 






44 


Chelsea. . . 


_ - 


PuiFer, Jonathan, 






38 


Holliston. . . 


- _ 


Rawlings, James D., 






21 


Worcester. . . 


_ 


Remick, Augustus, 






43 


Mendon. . . 


_ _ 


Remick, Henry A., 






18 


(t 


_ _ 


Robinson, Charles S., 






22 


Warren. . . 


_ _ 


Rogers, John R., . 






33 


Maiden. . . 


_ _ 


Souther, Thomas, 






27 


Hingham. . . 


_ _ 


Souther, Samuel C, 






38 


it, 


_ _ 


Spear, John B., . 






21 


Maiden. . . 


_ _ 


Sumner, Lewis N., 






22 


Needham. . . 


_ _ 


Smith, Joseph, 






30 


Boston, . . . 


Dls. disability Jan.30, '6 


Taft, Andrew, . 






25 


Warren. , . 


— — 


Tidd, Joseph S., . 






19 


(( 


_ _ 


Tilton, Charles W., 






26 


N.Bridgewat'r. 


_ _ 


Tower, Charles, . 






18 


Hingham. . . 


_ _ 


Thayer, Otis E., . 






23 


Mendon, . . 


Dis. disability Jan. 9, '63. 


Tilley, James B., . 






40 


S. Deerfield, . 


" May 19, '63 


Wilson, Eliphalet H. S 


J 




44 


Warren. . . 




Walker, Albert, . 






44 


_ _ 


Disch'dNov.1,'62. 


Weeden, Warren D., 






31 


Chilmark, . . 


" Apr. 25,'63. 


Watson, James, . 






25 


— — 


Des'd Oct. 29, '62. 



The Forty-Third Regiment was recruited, and very generally 
officered by the friends, and by the men belonging to the 



256 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Second Battalion, First Brigade, First Division, Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia, and was familiarly known as the " Tiger 
Regiment." It was recruited to the maximum at Camp Meigs, 
Readville. On the 24th of October, 1862, it received orders 
to embark for Newbern, North Carolina, to report to Major- 
General Foster, then in co.mmand of that Department. 

On its arrival at Newbern, it was ordered into camp about 
two miles from the city, on the banks of the Trent River. 
November 30th, 1862, Company C, commanded by Captain 
William B. Fowle, Jr., of Boston, was detached from the regi- 
ment, and ordered to Beaufort, North Carolina, where it 
remained doing good service until the 4th of March, 1863, 
when it reported back to the regiment. The regiment joined 
in the expedition to Goldsboro', under Major-General J. G. 
Foster. It was under fire December 14th, at the battle of 
Kinston, but fortunately without any injury. 

December 16th, it was again under fire, at the battle of 
Whitehall, where it lost one killed, and three or four wounded. 
December 17th, it was detached from the main column, and 
sent with a section of artillery, and one company of cavalry to 
Spring Bank Bridge, distant from the main road, some seven 
or eight miles, where it found the enemy in small force. It 
drove them across the bridge, and then burned it. The 
regiment lost one man killed, and one severely wounded. The 
latter died shortly after, from the effects of his wound. On 
the morning of December 18th, it received orders to join the 
main column, which was on its return from Goldsboro'. The 
regiment reached camp at Newbern, November 21st, without 
further casualties, where it remained till January 17th, 1863. 
December 31st, 1862, Companies A, D, and E, were detached 
from the regiment, and ordered on picket duty, at Bachellor's 
Creek, about ten miles from camp, where they remained till 
January 11th, 1863, when they reported back to the regi- 
ment. They were under the command of Captain T. G. Why- 
tal, of Company D. 

January 11th, Company I, Captain George 0. Tyler, was 
ordered on picket duty, at Evans' Mills, about seven miles 
from camp, where it remained till March 2d, 1863. 

January 17th, 1863, the regiment, in company with the 
Forty-Fifth and Fifty-First Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 257 

with an artillery and cavalry force, marched on Trenton, which 
it reached on the 18th of January. Leaving Trenton on the 
19th instant, it returned to Pollocksville, where the bag- 
gage train had halted, which the regiment, with the exception 
of Companies F and G, guarded. These two companies, 
under Lieutenant-Colonel Whiton, joined the main column and 
proceeded to a place called Young's Cross-Roads, where the 
advance cavalry had a skirmish with the enemy, completely 
routing them. The regiment returned to camp with the main 
column, on the 21st, where it remained until March 14th, 
when it received orders to report at daybreak, to Colonel Jour- 
dan, on the Trent road, four miles from camp, but it was 
immediately ordered back to camp. At 3 o'clock, P. M., same 
day, received orders to proceed to Rocky Run, on the Trent 
road, to relieve the^Twenty-Fifth, Regiment Massachusetts Vol- 
unteers. 

On the 15th, it advanced to the junction of the Pollocksville 
and Trent roads. On the 16th, it again advanced six miles, 
but not meeting the enemy, it returned to camp near Newbern, 
where it remained till April 7th, when it left camp at 9 o'clock, 
P. M., to join an expedition under Brigadier-General Spinola, 
for the relief of Little Washington. This regiment followed the 
Seventeenth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, which had 
the advance ; it came up with the enemy at Blount's Creek, 
about noon, of the 9th, After a short artillery duel, (this 
regiment supporting the battery,) it was ordered to retreat. 
After a very severe march it reached camp on the afternoon 
of the 10th. 

April 11th, it embarked on board the steamer " Thomas CoU- 
yer," and proceeded to the blockade on Pamlico River, below 
Little Washington, where the vessel lay at anchor till the 
14th. On the night of the 13th, a call for volunteers to man 
three schooners loaded with provisions and ammunition, to run 
the blockade, having been made, thirty men of this regiment 
were selected. They succeeded in running the blockade, and 
were very highly complimented for their skill and bravery, by 
the commanding general. One man of the party was quite 
severely wounded. On the 14th, the regiment was transferred 
to three schooners. 

33 



258 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The ISth, the regiment, (with the exception of Companies 
C, D and H, which were detailed for special duty, under Major 
Lane,) embarked on board steamer " Escort," and sailed for 
Newbern, reaching camp at midnight. 

April 17th, under orders, it again embarked on board 
steamer " Escort," and sailed for Little "Washington, which it 
reached on the afternoon of the 18th. The regiment was 
engaged in garrison and picket duty, at Little Washington, till 
the 24th, when it was ordered to embark on board steamer 
" Long Island," stopping at Hill's Point, and taking off three 
companies, under command of Major Lane, who had occupied 
the place since the raising of the siege. It proceeded to New- 
bern, reaching camp about 2 o'clock, A. M., of the 25th. On 
the 27th, under orders, it proceeded to Cove Creek, about ten 
miles towards Kinston, where it remained till May 1st, when 
it was ordered back to camp, at Newbern, where it remained 
till June 24th, during which time heavy details were made 
from the regiment to build fortifications, military roads, 
&c., &c. 

June 24th, under orders, and at short notice, all the able- 
bodied men of the regiment embarked on board transports, 
and proceeded to Fortress Monroe, where it arrived on the 
27th, and after procuring rations, it proceeded on the same 
transports to White House, landing on the Pamunky River, 
and reported to General Dix. On the 29th, it was ordered 
back to Fortress Monroe, to await orders from Washington, D. 
C. It arrived at Fortress Monroe on the 30th, and went into 
camp at Hampton, where it remained until July 2d, when, at 
the colonel's request, orders were received to proceed to Balti- 
more, and report to General Schenck. Embarking on board 
steamer "Kennebec," it reached Baltimore about noon of the 3d 
July. On the morning of the 4th of July, it was ordered into 
" Camp Bradford," on the outskirts of the city, where it 
remained till the 7th, when it, received orders to report to 
General Naglee, who, understanding there was some dissatis- 
faction in the regiment, on account of the expiration of its 
term of service, issued an order, leaving it optional with the 
men, to go to the front, or return home. Under this order 
two hundred and three officers and men voted to go to the 
front. The others came home to receive a cold welcome 



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from their friends. They proceeded to Sandy Hook, under 
command of Lieutenant-Colonel John C. Whiton, (tlie colonel 
being detained at Baltimore,) where they arrived on the 9th of 
July. They were ordered to bivouac in that place, and do 
provost duty, which duty they performed until the 18th, when 
an order was received highly complimenting the regiment for 
the manner in which it had performed the duties required, and 
ordering them to Boston, to be mustered out of service. The 
regiment left Sandy Hook, Maryland, on the 18th of July, and 
arrived at Boston on the 21st. It was mustered out of the 
service of the United States, July 30th, 1863. 

PORTY-POURTH REGIMENT. 



NAMES. 


<! 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Francis L. Lee, Colonel, 


39 


Newton. . . 




Edward C. Cabot, Lieut. Colonel, 


44 


Brookline. . . 


- - 


Charles W. Dabney, Jr., Major, . 


39 


W. Roxbury. . 


- 


Wallace Hinckley, Adjutant, 


18 


Lowell, . . . 


Dis. May 29, '63, for pro. 


Edward C. Johnson, " 


- 


Boston, o . . 


Com'd May 29, '63. 


Robert Ware, Surgeon, 


29 


" 


Died Apr. 10, '63. 


Theodore W. Fisher, " 


25 


Medway, . . 


Com'd Apr. 10, '63. 


Theodore W. Fisher, Asst. Surg'n, 


25 


" 


Pro'd Apr. 10, '63. 


Daniel McPhee, " " 


- 


Boston, , . o 


Com'd Mar. 26, '63. 


Francis Bush, Jr., Quartermaster, 


33 


" 


- - 


Edmund H. Hall, Chaplain, 


31 


Plymouth. . . 


- 


William H. Bird, Sergt.-Major, . 


32 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Frederick S. Gifford, Q. M. Sergt. 


21 


New Bedford. . 


- - 


Charles D. Woodbury, Com'y-Sgt. 


22 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Wm. C. Brigham, Hosp'l Steward, 


22 


New Bedford. . 


- 


George L.Babcock, Prin'lMusic'n, 


25 


Boston, . . . 


Dis. ord. W'r D'pt. 


Company A— Boston. 








Edward C. Cabot, Captain, 


44 


Brookline, . . 


Pro. Lt. Col.,Aug.25,'62. 


James M. Richardson, " 


36 


Hubbardston, . 


Com'd Aug. 29,'62. 


Jacob H. Lombard, 1st Lieut., 


25 


Boston, . . . 


Pro'd Capt. Co. C. 


Jared Coffin, ^ " ^" 


26 


n 


Com'd Aug. 29,'62. 


Henry D. Sullivan, 2d Lieut., 


- 


" 


Pro'd Capt. Co. D. 


Charles G. Kendall, " " 


33 


li 


Com'd Aug. 29,'62. 


Albert W, Edmands, 1st Serg't, . 


22 


Cambridge. 


- 


Lysander W Rogers, Sergeant, . 


24 


N. Andover. . 


- 


James F. Clark, " 


36 


W. Camb'idge. 


- - 


Edwin R. Rand, " 


29 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Joseph G. Wilkins, " 


28 


Watertown. . 


- - 


Charles A. Yendall, Jr., Corporal, 


22 


Boston. . . . 


- 


James A. Wallace, Corporal, 


31 


Maiden. , . . 




Henry AV. Hartwell, " 


29 


Waltham. . . 





260 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty— Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company A — Con. 
William H. Derby, Corporal 
Albert H. Hartwell, 
Eben F. Barker, 
Willard J. Russell, 
James H. Killian, 
John T. Sargent, Jr., 
Atwood, James M., 
Bellows, Henry H., 
Bamford, William, 
Brown, Frederick T., 
Bickmore, Albert S., 
Bass, John A., 
Bailey, Charles H., 
Brown, William W., 
Bloom, Julius 11., . 
Berry, John F., . 
Butler, Albert L., 
Conant, John H., . 
Cole, Richard S., . 
Creelman, Eliakim F.,. 
Cragin, George N., 
Cuthbert, James, . 
Dadmun, Newell H., 
Everett, Alexander H 
Everett, George E., 
Fuller, Albert, 
Fuller, Ezra N., . 
Flanders, Newell C, 
Fielding, George W., 
Grover, Charles A., 
Gould, Arthur F., 
Gray, William A., 
Gott, Jabez E., . 
Gibbs, Francis S., 
Green, William H., 
Greenwood, John W., 
Gibson, William, . 
Hutchinson, George S 
Howard, Matthew, 
Hanson, Frank B., 
Hunting, Israel, Jr., 
Hill, Edward L., . 
Hubbard, Hiram, Jr., 
Hammond, John F., 
Ingraham, Henry, 
Johnson, Albert S., 
Knox, Stedman H., 
Lee, Eugene C, . 
Lyon, Edward, 
Lyon, Henry, 



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N. Chelsea. 
Waltham. . 

W. Camb'idge 
Truro. . . 
Boston, . . 
Wellfleet. . 
Holliston, . 
N. Andover. 
Maiden. 
Cambridge. 
Boston. 



Saugus. 
Boston. 



Cambridge, 
Brighton. . 
Boston. . . 
N. Andover. 
Boston. . . 
N. Andover. 
Needham. . 
Cambridge. 
Canton. . . 
Needham. . 

u 
N. Andover. 

W. Camb'idge 
Lexington. . 
Dorchester. 
Boston. . . 
Waltham. . 
W. Camb'idge 
Needham, . 
N. Chelsea, 
Boston. . . 
N. Andover. 
Boston. . . 
Needham. . 
Boston. . . 
u 

Cambridge, 
Framingham. 
Needham. . 
Dorchester. 
Boston. . . 
Needham. . 



Disc, disab'y Mar. 9, '63. 



Dls. disab'y Feb. 14, '63. 
Died w'nds, Dec. 19, '62. 



Died Feb. 21, '63. 



Disc, disab'y, Apr. 1, '63. 

Dsrt'd Oct. 8, '62. 



Dis. disab'y, Apr.l6, '63. 
Tr. to Co. E, Oct. 17, '62. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continu ed. 



261 



Kemarks. 



Company A — Con. 
Lovejoy, George W., 
Mooney, William H., 
Montgomery, Frank D 
Mann, Josiah H., . 
Murdock, Charles C, 
Mosely, William, . 
May, Albert S., . 
Melville, Henry F., 
Meagher, Matthew E., 
Noyes, James L., . 
Noyes, Joseph C, 
Newcomb, 1). Tyler, 
Pierce, William H., 
Russell, Hubbard J., 
Schayer, Edward A., 
Steele, Charles L., 
Spring, William S., Jr. 
Smith, Daniel D., 
Shackford, Silas T., 
Slocomb, J. Watson, 
Teel, William F., 
Tukey, John E., . 
Thompson, Frank D., 
Tappan, Amos K., 
Taylor, John P., . 
Tobey, Theodore F., 
Thomas, John C. C, 
Trott, George F., . 
Upton, Lucius E., 
Wellington, John M., 
Wiley, Daniel W., 
Wood, Cyrus P., . 
Whipple, Samuel A. F, 
Whipple, Alonzo L., 
Wellington, George F. S., 
Wellington, William S, 
Wall, Charles J., . 
Whitmarsh, John G., 
Wheaton, James W., 
Whittier, Henry L., 
Warren, Henry E., 

Company B— Newton. 
Charles, W. Dabney, Captain, 
John M. Griswold, " 

Joseph R. Kendall, 1st Lieut., 
Frank H. Forbes, " 

John A. Kenrick, Jr., " 
Charles Hunt, 2d Lieutenant, 



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Andover. . 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 
Wareham. . 
Needham. . 

u 

Brighton, . 
Boston, . . 
W.Cambridge 
Boston. . . 
Medford, . 
N. Chelsea. 
Maiden. 
Roxbury. . 
Boston. . . 
Dorchester. 
Wellfleet. . 
Boston. . . 
Holliston, . 

W.Cambridge 
<( 

Dorchester. 
Boston. . . 
Tewksbury. 
Wareham. . 
Beverly. 
Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 
Waltham. . 
Wellfleet. ." 
Holliston. . 
Hamilton. . 

u 

Waltham. . 

Roxbury. . 

Needham. . 

Roxbury. . 

Boston, . . 



W. Roxbury, 
Newton, 
Boston, . . 
Newton, 



Dis. disab'y, Feb. 28, '63. 
Died May 15, '63. 

Killed in action Dec. 
[16, 1862. 

Killed in action Dec. 
[16, 1862. 



[16, 1862. 
Killed in action Dec. 



Boston, 



Dis. disab'y, Jan. 14, '63. 
" Oct. 7, '62. 



Prom. Blajor Aug. 25,'62. 

Com. Aug. 26, '62. 
Prom. Capt. Co. L 

Commissioned Aug. 27, 
discharged Oct. 13, '62. 

Com. Oct. 14, '62. 
Prom. Capt. Co. G. 



262 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company B — Con. 
John A. Kenrick, Jr., 2d Lieut. 
Charles C. Soule, " 

A. B. Wetherell, 1st Sergeant, 
Thomas S. Edwards, Sei-geant, 
George L. Keyes, " 

David Almond, " 

William Gillespie, " 

Albert F. Potter, " 

Charles Surplus, Corporal, 
Jefferson E. Duncan, 
George W. Lamson, 
James C. Hoffin, 
Daniel A. Walker, 
Sidney Haselton, 
Frank W. Teague, 
Charles F. Abbott, 
Baker, Theodore E., 
Bamberg, Frederick B. 
Barrows, James S., 
Bassford, Edward P., 
Batchelder, Samuel G. A., 
Beck, John PL, 
Belcher, Charles A., 
Belcher, William H., 
Billings, Joseph E., 
Brady, James W., 
Brooks, Charles B. 
Brooks, George W., 
Buck, Eben K,., . 
Brennan, John, . 
Carleton, Judson, 
Clapp, David C, . 
Clark, Edward IL, 
Coleman, Patrick, 
Corey, Theo. F., . 
Crane, Zenas A., . 
Demond, Alpheus, 
Derby, Joseph P., 
Dresser, Samuel H., 
Dresser, Stephen M., 
Dalton, Patrick, . 
Erhart, John G., . 
Everett, Warren P., 
Farnum, Edgar H., 
Fayes, Antonio J., 
Felt, Jonathan, 
Fields, Charles S., 
Gardner, Seth, 
Graef, Edmund, . 
Gleason, Michael, . 



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Newton. 

Brookline, 

Newton. 



Newton, 
Newton. 



Boston. . 
Newton. 



Needham, 

Newton. 

Boston. . 

Newton. 

Newton. 

Brighton. 

Newton. 

Ware. . 

Newton. 



Prom. IstLt., Oct. 14,'62. 

Com. Oct. 22, '62. 



Died Jan. 29, '63. 



Dis. disab'y Mar. 14, '63. 



Dis. disab'y Jan. 30, '63. 



[for disability. 
Discharged Jan. 30, 1863, 

Des'd Oct. 21, '62. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100, 

Forty— Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



263 



NAMES. 




Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company B — Con. 








Hamblln, Joshua C, . . . 


23 


Newton. 


- — 


Harding, Nathan F., . 


18 


u 


_ 


Harris, Aaron W., 


18 


- 


- - 


Harris, Arlord, .... 


29 


Newton. . . 


- 


Hawkes, John Q. A., . 


37 


" 


- 


Hazelton, Frank J., . 


18 


- - 


- - 


Hill, George N., . 


19 


Newton. 


- 


Holmes, John R., . . . . 


28 


" ... 


- 


Hopkins, Benjamin, 


32 


a 


- 


Hunting, Francis H., . 


25 


a 


.._ _ 


Hyde, Horatio N., Jr., . 


22 


a 


- 


Jenkins, James, .... 


19 


" ... 


- 


Jordan, William E., . 


3G 


u 


- 


Knights, Charles W., . 


22 


u 


- 


Kingsbury, Edward P., 


20 


u 


[for disability. 


Lucas, Rodney M., 


38 


u 


Discharged Jan. 14, 1863, 


Mansfield, Almond H., . 


20 


" 


- - 


Mansfield, Theo. F., . 


18 


ii 


- 


Mc Sherry, Barnard, 


30 


u 


- 


Mero, John B., . 


42 


" 


- 


Milliken, Woodman, . 


25 


u 


- 


Mitchell, Enoch F., . . . 


23 


4£ 


[for disabilit.v. 


Mullen, William T., . 


30 


ii 


Discliarged March 9, '63, 


Nagel, Richard, .... 


29 


a 


- - 


Newell, Charles 


19 


Needham. . . 


- 


Patten, Christopher C, 


22 


Newton. 


- 


Pendersast, James, 


22 


" . . . 


- - 


Reed, Henry F., . 


19 


u 


- 


Richardson, Walter II., 


18 


u 


- - 


Rogei'S, William M., . 


19 


" . . . 


- 


Robinson, William W., 


25 


a 


- 


Sedgwick, Joseph H., . 


24 


" 


- 


Smallwood, Joseph B., . 


33 


u 


- - 


Snipe, Seth T., . 


23 


i( 


- - 


Sweeney, William J., . 


20 


i( 


- - 


Sylvester, James W., . 


29 


" 


- 


Salsbury, Bowman G., . 


17 


a 


- 


Tilton, Daniel P., . 


30 


" 


- - 


Towle, John E., . 


20 


u 


- 


Trowbridge, William 0., 


26 


a 


- 


Tufts, Francis W., 


39 


North Chelsea. 


- - 


Tufts, Nathaniel W. W., . 


27 


Newton. 


- 


Welch, Thomas, .... 


18 


(( 


- 


Wetberbee, Gustavus E., 


20 


" 


- 


Wetherell, Horace B., . 


28 


Li 


- - 


White, Samuel H., . . . 


20 


Quincy. . . . 


- 


Whitney, Charles E., . 


20 


Newton. 


- 


Wilson, Charles H., . 


36 


u 


- 


Withlngton, James S., . 


26 


" 


[May 2S, 1863. 


Washburn, John A., '. 


30 


u 


Dischar'd for disability, 


Tork, William F., 


25 


a 





264 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company C— Boston. 








Jacob H. Lombard, Captain, 


. 25 


Boston, . . . 


Resig'd Jan. 14,'63. 


George B. Lombard, " 


. 2-1 


(( 


Com. Jan. 15, '63. 


George B. Lombard, 1st Liei 


It., . 2-1 


" 


Prom. Capt. Jan. 15, '63. 


William Hedge, " 


. 23 


Plymouth, . . 


Com. Jan. 15, '63. 


James W. Bi-iggs, 2d Lieuter 


ant, . 23 


Boston. . . . 


_ - 


Albert C. Pond, 1st Sergeant 


, . 21 


u 


- 


Philo S. Tyler, Sergeant, . 


. 20 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Edward C. Burrage, " 


". 21 


" 


- 


Charles E. Barker, " 


. 23 


(( 


- - 


Fred. W. Smith, Jr., " 


. 22 


" 


[tion, May31,1863. 


Chas. A. Cunningham, " 


. 19 


(i 


Discliarged for promo- 


Courtis A. Stacy, " 


. 22 


E. Cambridge, 


Killed in action. Dec. 16, 


Andrew Cutting, Corporal, 


. 20 


Boston. . . . 


[1862. 


William C. Page, 


. 21 


(i 


- - 


Frank Fitz, " 


. 21 


Brookline. . . 


- 


Curtis H. Whittemore, " 


. 21 


Hopkintou. 


- 


Alfred F. Carpenter, " 


. 20 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Fred. S. Barden, " 


. 20 


Marion. . . . 


- 


Harris S. Beane, " 


. 23 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Philip I. Cootey, 


. 21 


(( 


- 


Edwin H. Curtis, " 


. 19 


u 


Died of wo'ds Dec. 16,'6i 


Ames, Daniel E., . 


. 21 


" 


- 


Adams, George H., 


. 19 


Brookline. . . 


- 


AUine, William H., . 


. 19 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Alley, Charles M., 


. 27 


Lynn. . . . 


- - 


Bradlee, John E., 


. 31 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Bruerton, James, . 


. 19 


" 


- 


Belles, James T., . 


. 26 


Cambridge. 


- 


Bryant, Albert, . 


. 19 


S. Boston. . . 


- - 


Brooks, Noah W., 


. 19 


Dorchester. 


- 


Boynton, Timothy S., . 


. 21 


Framingham. . 


[March 14, 1863. 


Bradt, Frank 0., . 


. 18 


Lowell, . . . 


Discharg'd for disability, 


Bradt, Charles A., 


. 18 


" 


Died Feb. 19, '68. 


Bradbury, Walter S., . 


. 22 


Cambridge, 


Died Jan. 22, '63. 


Cutler, Frank E., . 


. 22 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Coolidge, George T., . 


. 20 


(( 


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Cotton, William C, 


. 24 


" 


- 


Drew, Arthur, 


. 20 


u 


- - 


Danforth, George W., . 


. 21 


W. Cambridge. 


- - 


Everett, George H., 


. 20 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Fogg, Frank W., . 


. 18 


" 


- 


Gibbs, Thomas 0. S., . 


22 


Cohasset. . . 


- - 


Glazier, Frank B., 


! \ 19 


Gardner. . . 


- - 


Hadley, Samuel B., 


. 41 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Hadley, AVilliam F., . 


. 27 


W. Cambridge. 


- - 


Hall, Robert M., . 


. 18 


Dorchester. 


_ — 


Hawley, James F., 


. 19 


Boston. . . . 


_ - 


Hawley, William H., . 


. 18 


" 


- - 


Horton, Andrew T., 


. 18 


" 


_ - 


Hovey, James L.,. 


. 21 


(1 


*~ 



1864.] ^ HOUSE- No. 100. 

Forty— Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



265 



Company C — Con. 
Hill, Horace K., . 
Jones, Irving, 
Jones, Sylvester A., 
Kettell, George B., 
Lawrence, Charles C , 
Mellen, Moses, 
Morse, George J., 
Murray, James H., 
Monroe, Tbeo. J., . 
Mahoney, Edward F., 
Merrill, Otis S., . 
Moulton, Alfred B., 
Newell, Howard J., 
Norris, Jos. M., . 
Noyes, Edward V., 
Osborn, Charles H., 
Pierce, Augustus S., 
Polio, Jos. B., 
Preston, George O., 
Proctor, George, . 
Patten, Jason M., 
Pope, Eichard, 
Peakes, John I)., . 
Polio, Antonio F., 
Ray, George H., . 
Eea, J. Pierpont, . 
Randall, William, 
Robinson, Richard T., 
Robinson, James H., 
Rogers, George R., 
Richardson, Fred. W., 
Richmond, William T., 
Rollins, George M., 
Rollins, Charles E., 
Sackrider, George M., 
Small, John W., . 
Smallidge, William A., 
Smith, John R., . 
Stearns, Isaac R., 
Springer, George W., 
Sawyer, Frank P., 
Temple, Horace W., 
Trescott, Edward W., 
Thomas, David J., 
Vinson, S. Willard, 
Walker, E. Clifford, 
Warren, William H., 
Wentworth, Philip H., Jr., 
Wilmot, Harvey, 
Willard, William A., 



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W. Cambridge 
S. Boston. 
Boston. . 
Roxbury. 
Boston. . 

Boston. . 
Cambridge 
Boston. . 

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N. Andover, 
Framingham, 
Boston. . 

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Brookllne. . 
Boston. . . 
Dorchester. 
Boston. . . 



W. Cambridge 
S. Boston. . 
Cambridgep'r 
Boston, . 



Cohasset. . 

Cambridgep'j 

u 

Boston. . . 
Gardner. . 
Boston. . . 
Brookline, . 



Boston. . . 
E. Cambridge 
Exeter, N. H. 
Chelsea. 
W. Cambridge 
Lowell. . . 
Boston. . . 
Roxbury. . 
Boston, . . 
Dorchester. 
Brookline. . 
a 

Roxbury. . 
Boston. . . 
Cambridgep't. 



[Jan. 31, 1863. 
Dischar'd for disability, 

Died March 2, '63. 
Died Jan. 9,1863. 



Kil'd in act'n Dec. 16, '62. 



[April 15, 1863. 
Discliar'd for disability, 
Kil'd in act'n Nov. 2, '62. 



[1863, for disability. 
Discharged April 15, 



34 



266 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company C — Con. 
Whitcomb, Cummings D., 
Ware, William, . 

Company D — Boston. 
Henry D. Sullivan, Captain, 
James H. Blake, Jr., 1st Lieut., 
Asa PI. Stebbins, 2d Lieut., . 
George L. Tripp, 1st Sergeant, 
Frank D. Child, Sergeant, 
William H. Neal, " 
George H. Carter, " 
Charles C. Chickering," 
Thaddeus Page, Corporal, 
Elmer A. Messenger, " 
Zenas T. Haines, " 
Rodolph C. Waterman," 
George F. Brancroft, " 
James B. Gardner, " 
Henry D. Stanwood, " 
Cornelius C. Lane, Wagoner, 
Adams, Charles, . 
Allen, Oscar, 
Bacon, John, 
Bacon, Samuel A., 
Barker, George G., 
Bartlett, Schuyler S., 
Bates, Daniel D., 
Beal, Charles W., 
Beal, George W., 
Blanchard, Alvin, 
Boyd, Moses E., 
Brewster, James E., 
Burchsted, Benjamin F. 
Burchsted, John H., 
Butler, Henry, 
Blanchard, James A., 
Colby, George H., 
Crane, Edward W., 
Crane, William D., 
Currier, CharlesjS^., 
Currier, George 'C, 
Demerit, Charles H., 
Ells, Nelson I., . 
Ewer, Charles C, 
Fish, Abner C, 
Fitzgerald, Ezekiel, Jr. 
Flanders, Frank M., 
Flanders, John C, 
Flanders, William H., 
Gibbs, William E., 



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26 



Boston. 

Milton, 



Boston. 



[March 14, 1863. 
Discharg'd for disability, 



Strong, Me 
S. Scituate. 
Groton. . 
Roxbury. 
Boston. . 
Waltham. 
Medford. 
Boston. . 
u 

Harvard. 
Bedford. 
Plymouth. 
Northfield, 
Boston. . 
Quincy. 
Hingham. 
Boston. . 
Plymouth. 
Boston. . 
(( 

Groton. . 
^^T. Cambrid^ 
Boston 



Vt 



ge 



Cambridgep't. 

a 

Boston. . . 



Janesv'le, Wis, 
Ports'th, N. H 
E. Cambridge 
Lynn. . . 
Boston. . . 
W. Cambridse 



Disc'd Mar. 9, '63. 



Disch'd May 6, ^63. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



267 



Company D — Con. 
Gilley, Samuel M., 
Goff, William C, 
Hemenway, Augustus A., 
Hight, George W., 
Hobart, George H., 
Hoey, William I, 
Holbrook, Augustus P., 
Hosmer, Edward B., 
Howard, Davis, 
Howard, Henry, 
Howard, Willard, 
Ireland, William C, 
, Jackson, Frederick, 
Jacobs, Augustus, 
Jones, William, . 
Kenerson, Levi, . 
Knight, Daniel T., 
Leighton, James E., 
Litchfield, John H., Jr. 
Leatherbee, William B 
Littlefield, Henry W., 
Mann, Henry M., . 
Miller, William K., 
Moody, Wellington L, 
Newell, Clarence D., 
Newhall, Francis A., 
Nourse, Harrison, 
Parsons, William, . 
Payne, John, 
Pear, Thomas, 
Pierce, William W., 
Bead, Charles E., 
Eead, John A., 
Bead, William G., 
Savory William E., 
Sawin, George W., 
Sager, Frederick A., 
Simonds, Joseph W., 
Spencer, Charles H., 
Stephenson, Ezra T. C 
Stephenson, William F 
Stevens, Horace P., 
Sturtevant, Charles W. 
Tayloi', John H., . 
Tourtellot, Edward P. 
Treat, William P., 
Tucker, Eli, . 
Tuttle, Plorace P., 
Vose, Clifton PL, . 
Wade, John K., . 



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19 
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29 
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25 
23 
21 
18 



Boston. . 

Framingham. 
E. Boston. . 
W. Newton. 
Cambridge. 

Harvard. . 
N. Bridgewa'r, 
Boston. . . 



S. Scituate. 
Hingham. 

Boston. . 
E. Cambridge. 
Hingham. . 
Boston, . . 
Milton, . . 
Boston. . . 
Waltham. . ' 
Boston. . 
Framingham. 
Southboro'. 
Bedford. 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 
Cambridgep'rt 
Maiden. 
Boston. . . 
Hingham. . 
Boston. . 
South Carver 
Boston. . . 

Melrose. 
Cambridgep'rt 
Hingham. . 

u 

S. Scituate. 
Roxbury. . 
Boston. . 
Charlestown. 
Canton. . . 
Maiden. 
Cambridge, 
S. Scituate. 
Boston. . . 



Disc'd Apr. 26, '63. 



Dis. fordis'b'y,Sep.20,62. 

Disc'd April 26,'63. 



Disc'd April 26,'63. 



268 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Con. 



Company D 
Ward, Charles F., 
Waterman, James H., Jr. 
Wetherell, John W., . 
Wheeler, Frank D., 
Woodward, William W., 
Wheeler, Charles E., . 



Company B— Boston. 
Spencer W. Richardson, Captain, 
James S. Newell, 1st Lieutenant, . 
James S. Cumston, 2d Lieutenant, 
Edwai'd P. White, 1st Sergeant, 
Henry A. Homer, " 

Albert F. Thayer, Sergeant, 
John F. Moore, " 

Michael A. Parsons, " 
William A. Allen, " 

Leslie Miller, Corporal, 
Thomas D. Mason, 
Jas. W. Cartwright, 
William R. Adams, 
James B. Rice, Jr., 
Frank S. Learned, 
Frank F. Bowman, 
Henry O. Hight, 
Chai'les E. Tucker, 
Adams, George H., 
Blanchard, William L., 
Blanchard, Edward R, 
Bedell, Charles H., 
Bradish, Albert H., 
Baldwin, Francis, 
Bryant, John, 
Butterfield, Edward E. 
Barnes, Theo. L., . 
Buttrick, George E., 
Cheney, Jona. H., 
Clough, Samuel A., 
Cross, Henry C, . 
Currier, George G., 
Dyer, George L., . 
Derby, Oliver C, . 
Dean, William, . 
Emerson, Warren F., 
Fletcher, William G., Jr 
Flagg, John P., Jr., 
Fillebrown, George E., 
Hammond, John F., 
Hastings, Frank J., 
Holmes, Samuel A., 



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19 
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19 
19 
18 
18 
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18 
19 
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18 
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18 
19 
18 
20 
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Boston. . . 
Roxbury. . 
Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 

Cambridge, 



Boston. . 



Milton, . 

Cambridge 

Newton. 

Waltham. 

Charlestown 

Cambridge. 

Waltham. 

Boston. . 

a 

Cambridge. 

u 
Watertown 
Boston. . 
Cambridge. 
Boston, . 
Cambridge. 
Waltham. 

u 

Boston. . 

a 

Waltham. 
Boston. . 



Waltham, 
Jamaica Plain 
Boston 



Saugus. 
Boston. 



Waltham, 

(( 

Cambridge 

u 

Waltham. 

Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 



Disch'd June 5, '63. 



[May 30, 1863. 
Disch'd for promotion, 



Dis. for disab'y Ap.26,'63. 



Disc.fordisab'y-A-p.3,'63. 
Dis.for disab'y Mar.9, '63. 



Dis'd as a rejec'd recr'it. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continu ed. 



269 



Companii E — Con. 
Hayes, William T.. 
Johnson, Henry W., 
Joy, Charles F., 
Jones, Peter F., 
Kendall, Amory H., 
Kent, Fred. A., . 
King, B. Flint, . 
Lewis, John B., Jr., 
Loheed, Thomas L., 
Livermore, William B., 
Lovejoy, James W., 
Loring, Abner B., Jr., 
Moore, Edgar V., 
Morse, Alfred L., 
Merrill, Anthony F., 
Magoun, Franklin D., 
Mann, Isaac G., . 
Myers, John H., . 
Morse, Charles, . 
Page, Albert K., . 
PUmpton, Merrill F., 
Price, Fitz-James, Jr., 
Pierce, Henry T., 
Patten, Thomas H., 
Piper, George F., 
Pulsifer, George L., 
Pond, Benjamin F., 
Pearce, John H., 
Park, Charles S., 
Pope, George B., 
Pettingell, Edwin M., 
Eamsay, Edwin A., 
Russell, George, 
Keed, Harrison T., 
Robbins, James A., 
Kawson, Samuel G., 
Richardson, Edward, 
Roberts, Charles H., 
Sampson, Waldo B., 
Sherman, John M., 
Sutton, Charles C, 
Stevens, Edward L., 
Smith, Edward P., 
Smith, Granville, 
Sawyer, William F., 
Trott, Samuel P., 
Tyler, Charles, 
Tower, Heman C, 
Tackney, John, 
Twichell, Nathan R., 



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19 
18 
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25 
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20 
21 
20 
19 
21 
21 
19 
18 
20 
22 
18 
18 
20 
21 
24 
18 
20 
19 
19 
24 
21 



Boston. . 

Brighton. 
Roxbury, 
Waltham. 
Boston. . 

Reading. 
Boston. . 
Waltham. 
Cambridge 
Boston. . 
u 

Milton. . 
Boston. . 
Cambridge 
Boston. . 
Chelsea. 
Boston, . 



Cambridge. 
Watertown 

Cambridge. 
Boston. . 
Belmont. 
Boston. . 
Groton. . 
Waltham. 
Boston. . 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . 
Chelsea. 
Watertown 
Boston. . 
Cambridge, 
Melrose, 
Boston. . 
Waltham. 
Boston. . 
Brighton. 
Waltham. 
Boston. . 
Maiden. 
Boston. . 
Cambridge. 
Waltham. 
Boston. . 



[for disability. 
Discharged M.arch 9, '63, 



Kil'din act'ii, Nov. 2,'62. 



[March 24, 1863. 

Dischar'd for disability, 

Discliar'd for disability, 

[(no date.) 



Disc'dasarejec'drec'it. 



270 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty— Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company E — Con. 
Van Voorhis, Gulian H., 
Whall, Clifton H., 
WortUey, James C, 
Wilder, Victor N., 
Wilder, William S., . 
Whitney, William L., Jr., 
Wolcott, George P., 
Ward, William F., 
Wallace, Edwin A., 
Wyeth, John J., . 
Wheelwright, George W., Jr 
Warren, Joshua B., 



Company F— Boston. 
Charles Storrow, Captain, . 
Alfred S. Hartwell, 1st Lieut., 
Theodore E. Taylor, " " 

Theodore E. Tayior, 2d Lieut. 

Horace S. Stebbins, 2d Lieut., 
George M. Weld, 1st Sergeant, 
James E. Wright, Sergeant, 
Grenville B. Macomber, Sergeant 
Addison W. Denny, " 

Edward R. Cogswell, " 

William E. Perkins, " " 
Edward L. Jones, " 

Cabot J. Russell, " 

Garth W. James, " 

George F. Goldthwait, Corporal, 
Charles Francis, " 

Albert R. Stover, " 

William A. Simmons, " 

Charles W. Goldthwait, " 
George Pope, " 

William H. Simpkins, " 

John M. Gibbs, Musician, . 
Charles F. Morse, " 
Ashenden, Richard E., 
Ashley, John E., . 
Atkins, Francis H., 
Badger, Willard Jr., 
Balch, Frank W., 
Barnard, Francis IL, 
Bartlett, Edward J., 
Brown, William H., 
Capen, Joseph PL, 
Clapp, Henry A., 



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19 
18 
19 
21 
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20 
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19 



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29 

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19 
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18 
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20 
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26 
18 
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18 
25 
34 
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29 
21 
19 
20 
21 
22 
21 



Maiden. . 
Boston. . . 

Roxbury. . 
Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 
Winchester. 
Cambridge. 
Roxbury, . 
Boston, . . 



Boston. . 
Natick, . 
Newton, 

Newton, 

Boston, . 
W. Roxbury 
Boston. . 

Roxbury. 
Cambridge 
Boston, . 



Concord, 
Boston, . 
Lowell. . 
Boston. . 
Chelsea. 
Boston. . 
Brookline, 
W. Roxbur 
Waltham. 
Hopkinton 
Boston. . 
Charlestown. 
Cambridge 
N. Chelsea. 
Boston 



Concord 
Boston 



Dorchester. 



Disc'das a rejec'd rcc'it. 



[March 31, 1863. 
Discharged for promo 'n, 
Commiss'd April 24, 1863, 

mustered out May 1. 
Promot'd 1st Lieutenant 

April 24, 1863. 
Promoted from 1st Sgt. 
[Apr. 24, 1863. 



Disc'd Feb. 13, '63. 
Disc'd Apr. 16, '63. 

Discharged for promofn 

March 31, 1863. 
Discharged for proniot'n 

[March 31, 1863. 



Disc'd Apr. 16, '63. 
Disc'd Apr. 16, '63. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



271 



KAMES. 



Company F — Con. 
Coburn, Horace B., 
Cobb, Cyrus, 
Cobb, Darius, 
Colburn, Irving, . 
Cook, Charles E., 
Cook, John F., . 
Copeland, William E.. 
Curtis, Joseph H., 
Clark, Henry A., 
Davis, Wakeman, 
Dean, James E., . 
Dean, Joseph F., . 
Devens, Frederick W. 
Dodge, Albert L., 
Dodge, Frederick L., 
Forbush, Horace F., 
Fox, Charles W., 
French, George W., 
Fuller, Benjamin C, 
Goodwin, Frank, . 
Gay, Edwin F., . 
Hanson, John H., 
Hay ward, James W., 
Hewins, Eben N., 
Heywood, William T, 
Higgins, Josiah W., 
Holbrook, Samuel L., 
Holt, Thomas P., . 
Howe, Edward K., 
Hoyt, Henry M., . 
Hull, Edmund D., 
Hunnewell, George A 
Hopkinson, Francis C 
Ingraham, Nathaniel H 
Ingraham, William F., 
Johnson, Alfred P., 
Jones, George F., 
Kent, Barker B., Jr., 
Knapp, Arthur M., 
Knapp, Timothy T., 
Lathrop, William H., 
Leighton, Albert W., 
Learnard, Horace E., 
Mitchell, Frank A., 
Moody, Charles S., 
Moody, Josiah, 
Osborn, Herbert, . 
Owens, Joseph, . 
Perkins, Henry J., 
Powell, John S., . 



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19 

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21 

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22 

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19 

21 

22 

20 

19 

19 

23 

34 



Boston. 



Dover. . 

Chelsea. 

(I 

Boxbury. 
Waltham. 
S. Hadley, 
Charlestown 
Boston. . 
Cambridge. 
Roxbury. 
Boston. . 

Grafton. 
Cambridge 
Boston. . 



Dover. . 
Boston. . 
Roxbury. 
Boston. . 



Dorchester. 

Cambridge 

u 

Boston. . 
Roxbury. 
Boston. . 
Cambridge, 
S. Hadley. 

■ a 

Cambridge. 
Boston. . 

N. Chelsea 

Cambridge 
Boston. . 

a 

N. Easton. 
S. Hadley. 

Somervllle. 
Boston. . 

Chelsea. 



Disc'd Oct. 2, '62. 



Died Feb. 13, '63. 
Died Jan. 24. '63. 



Disch'd Oct. 2, '62. 
Died Jan. 14, '63. 



272 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty— Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company F — Con. 
PoUitz, John C, . 
Pitman, John W., Jr., 
Rice, Franklin C, 
Ryder, Samuel N., 
Safford, DeForest, 
Simpson, Alphonzo, 
Sleeper, Herbert, . 
Spear, Charles C. J., 
Stanfield, Henry R., 
Stevens, Anthony, 
Sturgis, Frederick W., 
Soule, Charles C, 
Sanford, George S., 
Tewksbury, George H, 
Tweed, William H., 
Webber, Edwin F., 
Wheelock, Merrill G., 
White, Thomas, . 
Woodward, George M, 
Wright, Edward P., 
Wyer, James I., Jr., 
Weston, George F., 



Company G— Boston. 
Charles Hunt, Captain, 
James C. White, 1st Lieutenant, 
Frederick Odiorne, 2d Lieutenant 
David K. Hobart, 1st Sergeant, 
George W. Young, " 

Horatio Newhall, Sergeant, 
Charles W. Chamberlin, " 
James F. Gardner, " 

Samuel May, " 

Charles H. Holland, Corporal, 
Theo. J. Lawrence, " 
John D. Priest, " 

Henry F. Whitney, " 
Stephen A. Powers, " 
Ehsha G. Scudder, " 

Loring A. Chase, " 

William F. Jones, " 

Adfrer I. Upham, " 

Walter E. Mason, Musician, 
Edwin S. Fisher, " 

Adams, Francis P., 
Adams, Alden I., . 
Adams, Warren W., 
Adams, John, 
Allen, Walter B., . 
At wood, William S., 



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20 
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20 
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20 
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18 
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33 
20 



Boston. . 
Maiden. 
W. Roxbury 
Boston. . 
Belmont. 
Chelsea. 
Roxbury. 
Boston. . 
a 

Lawrence. 
Cambridge 
Boston, . 
Medway, 
Boston. . 



Chelsea. 

S. Hadley. 

Holliston. 

Brighton. 

Harvard. 

Lincoln, 



Boston. . . 
Milton. . . 
Boston. . . 

u 

Andover. . 
Dorchester. 
Boston. . 

a 

Dorchester. 
Boston. . 



Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 

Canton. . . 
Dorchester. 
Boston, . . 
Cambridge. 
Boston, . . 
u 

Dorchester. 
Quincy. . . 
Winchester. 
Andover. . 
Chelsea. 



Died Jan. 7, 1863. 
DIsc'd Oct. 2, '62. 



[for promotion. 
Discharged Oct. 2T, 1862, 
Discharged Jan. 23, 1863, 

[for promotion. 



Disc'dMar. 15, '63. 



[24, 1863. 
Died of wounds, April 



Died Jan. 18, '63. 

Discharged on account 
[of wounds, May 18, 1863 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



273 



Comipany G — Con. 
Bailey, Calvin C., 
Brown, Nathan L. C, 
Bunker, Nathaniel W., 
Brown, Hezekiah N., 
Barnaby, Thomas J., 
Bird, James, 
Boynton, George F , 
Cogswell, Thomas M., 
Clarke, Amasa, . 
Couneir, Charles H., 
Chenery, Franklin W. 
Clapp; William C, 
Dolbeare, S. Mason, 
Dyer, D. Everett, 
Dickson, Marshall, 
Dorr, Jonathan, . 
Delano, William C, 
Danforth, Joseph M., 
Davis, George A., 
Ellis, George H., . 
Ellison, Frederick G., 
Elliott, James H., 
Elliott, Arthur N., 
Ellis, Charles C, . 
Guthine, Peter R., 
Hastings, George, 
Hatch, Frank W., 
Holbrook, Charles H., 
Hersey, Andrew J., 
Hersey, Jacob H., 
Holt, Ballard, 2d, 
Hodge, Almon D., Jr., . 
Holden, Nathaniel, 
Hart, Abner P., . 
Harris, T. Robinson, 
Hobbs, Seth J., . 
Hall, I. Augustus, 
Jones, Nahum, Jr., 
King, John, . 
King, Leonard S., 
Kent, John H. B., 
Kimball, Henry G., 
Lane, Thomas J., 
Lipp, Leodegar M., 
LeCair, Charles L., 
Litchfield, Samuel S., 
Leonard, John, . 
Lincoln, Francis E., 
Marland, Charles H., 
Merrill, Thomas T., 



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22 
23 
28 
20 
18 
18 
21 
19 
19 
18 
18 
22 
20 
18 
37 
30 
34 
20 
19 
18 
19 
18 
21 
25 
20 
18 
18 
25 
19 
24 
23 
20 
29 
18 
22 
28 
21 
27 
43 
20 
22 
25 
18 
18 
35 
19 
19 



Dorchester . 
Boston. . 
Belmont. . 
Wayland. . 
Dorchester. 
Roxbury. . 
Dorchester, 

Andover. . 

u 

Boston. . . 
Belmont. 
Dorchester. 
Boston. . . 
Jamaica Plain 
Cambridge. 
Roxbury. . 
Boston. . . 
Dorchester. 
Brighton. . 
Dorchester. 
Belmont. . 
Boston. . . 

Dorchester. 
Boston. . . 



Wellfleet. . 
Quincy. . . 

a 

Andover. . 
Roxbury. . 
Dorchester. 
Melrose. 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 
Dorchester, 
(( 

Boston. . . 

Belmont. . 

Boston. . . 

Andover, . 

Boston. . . 

Dorchester. 

u 

Roxbury. . 

Boston, . . 

Andover. . 

Boston. . . 



Died Jan. 19, "63. 



Disch'd as recruit. 



Died Jan. 1, 1863. 



[wounds, Mar. 31, 1863. 
Discharg'd on account of 



35 



274 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company G — Con. 
Mott, Benjamin L., Jr., 
Moore, Samuel, . ■ 
McCarty, Thomas,_ 
Mclntire, Charles J., 
Newcomb, Franklin H. 
Pierce, I. Homer, 
Parker, Henry A., 
Perkins, Ezra, 
Phipps, Thomas F., 
Kaymond, Edward G. 
Rodgers, Lucius H. C, 
Raymond, Walter L., 
Sawyer, Lyman J., 
Simmons, Samuel A. 
Stone, John H., , 
Townsend, Albert W., 
Wood, Charles, . 
Williams, Francis H., 
Watson, George C, 
Webster, Frank G., 
Woodward, W. W., 
Young, Frank C, . 
Young, Thomas H., 
Young, George B., 
Yendall, Paul S., . 



Company H — Boston. 
William V. Smith, Captain, . 
Edward C. Johnson, 1st Lieut'nt, . 
Albert R. Howe, 1st Lieutenant, . 
Albert R. Howe, 2d Lieutenant, . 
John L. Milliken, 2d Lieutenant, . 
Gedney K. Richardson, Sergeant, 
Merrian Herbert, " 

William W. Howe, " . 

S. Welles Holmes, " 

Allen Haskell, Corporal, 
G. E. Merriam, " 
Samuel S. Farson, " 
F. Whitney, " 

Thomas C. Bray, " 

F. M. Hears, " 
H. F. Downs, " 

G. L. Odiorne, 
Edwin Hayden, Musician, 
F. O. Peterson, " 
Adams, Edward H., 
Bowers, Arthur W., 
Bailey, William H., 
Barnes, George W., 



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19 
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18 
19 
19 
26 
23 
21 
21 
19 
18 
21 
21 
18 



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22 
22 
20 
19 
21 
26 
29 
25 
29 
19 
19 
24 
20 
18 
24 
18 
19 
25 
20 
21 
18 



Boston. . 
Wayland. 
Jamaica PI 
Cambridge. 
Quincy. . 
Dorchester 
Cambridge 
Boston. . 
Dorchester, 
Andover. 
Boston. . 
Andover. 
Boston. . 
Roxbury. 
Belmont. 
Boston. . 
(( 

Dorchester. 
Boston. . 
Canton. . 
Boston, . 
Andover. 
Boston. . 
Dorchester, 



Boston. . . 

u 

Brookline, . 

(( 

Boston, . . 
Boston, . . 

a 

Framingham. 
Newton. 
Boston. . . 
Framingham. 

Boston. . . 



Maiden. 
Framingham. 
Boston. . . 
S. Boston. . 
Winchester. 
Framingham. 
Roxbury. . 
Boston. . . 



Disch'd as recruit. 



Transf d to Co. D. 
Died Feb. 3, 1863. 



App. Adj., May 29, 1863. 

Com. May 29, '63. 

Prom. 1st Lt. May 29,'63. 

Commiss. May 29, 1863, 

[prom, from 1st Sergt. 



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Remarks. 



Company H — Con. 
Barnes, William A., 
Belcher, Heman H., 
Bent, Charles R., . 
Billings, George A., 
Bolles, George B., 
Boynton, Martin L., 
Bruce, Rufus C, . 
Bumpus, Everett C, 
Banister, Joseph M., 
Boone, Allen F., 
Cheeney Samuel, 
Clapp, Frank W., 
Connell, Frank P., 
Cooley, William A., 
Cotton, Henry M., 
Crosby, Edward C, 
Crosby, Henry, 
Curry, Andrew H., 
Curtis, Charles B., 
Copp, Austin M., 
Dawes, Richard C, 
Day, Henry W., 
De Peyster, Richard V. 
Fairfield, Wendell L., 
Farrell, Michael J., 
Fuller, Charles H., 
Gibbs, Thomas L., 
Glidden, Mark, . 
Hemmenway, Edward S., 
Hersey, John W., 
Higgins, Benjamin, 
Higgins, George A., 
Hook, Charles E., 
Hosmer, Charles A., 
Hovey, Charles A., 
Hunt, James L., 
Ives, George A., 
Jacobs, Augustus E., 
Kimball, Daniel W., 
LeMoyne, Alonzo E., 
Lenihan, Morris P., 
Maguire, Richard W., 
Mann, William C, 
Meriam, Joseph A., 
Moody, Henry L., 
Moore, Mathias J., 
Morse, George F., 
Morton, Elbridge G., 
Moulton, Granville W., 
Moulton, William H., . 



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Boston. . . 
Framingham. 
Boston. . . 
Framingham. 

Maiden. . 
Framingham. 
Braintree. . 
Framingham, 
Winchester, 
Boston. . . 
Holliston. . 
Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 
Framingham. 



Quincy. 

Maiden, 

Melrose. 

Weston. 

Framingham. 

Middleton. 

Boston. . . 

Framingham, 

Boston. . . 

Framingham. 

Quincy. 
Middleton. . 
Brookline. . 

Framingham. 

u 

Hingham. . 
Salem. . . 
S. Scituate, 
Winchester. 
Boston, . . 



Maiden. . 

Framingham. 

Maiden. . 

Boston. 

Framingham. 

Roxbury. . 

Framinorham. 



Dis. disab'y Mar. 9, 1S63. 

Dischar'd for disability, 

[June 5, 1863. 



[Oct. 8, 1862. 
Dischar'd for disability. 



[March 9, 1863. 
Dischar'd for disability, 



[March 13, 1863. 

Disch'd on ac't wounds, 

[Jan. 17, 1863. 

Dischrg'd for disability, 

Desr'd Oct. 22, '62. 



2T6 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continued, 



[Jan. 



Company H — Con. 
Murray, Alexander, 
Murray, George A., 
Nash, Osborn P., 
Newhall, George H., 
Packard, Elisha, 
Parker, Joseph S., 
Parker, Harrison, 2d, 
Peabody, Lyman E., 
Perry, Samuel S., 
Pratt, Edward J., 
Pratt, Wellington H., 
Pratt, Willard J., 
Rennard, George W., 
Riley, Christopher, 
Russell, Henry W., 
Rice, Charles C, 
SafFord, Augustus W., 
Sawyer, Willard G., 
Sanford, Joseph W., 
Sheafe, Mark W., 
Staples," George M., 
Thompson, William H 
Tuite, Thomas J., 
Waitt, Reuben A., 
Webster, George W., 
Webster, Henry W., 
Weeks, George M., 
Wilkins, Edward W., 
Williams, Stephen C, 
Winning, William, 



Company I— Boston. 
Joseph R. Kendall, Captain, 
William D. Hooper, 1st Lieut., 
Benjamin F Field, Jr., 2d Lieut. 
Sumner Clarence, 1st Sergeant, 
Henry B. Jones, Sergeant, 
Irving Morse, " 

Joseph C. Torrey, " 
George V. Morey, '' 
Joseph Tilden, " 

Charles E. Harwood, " 
Charles R. Miles, Corporal, 
Henry S. Macomber, " 
Henry L. Breed, " 

John L. Loudon, " 
Henry L. Brown, " 
Robert Loudon, " 

George W. Webster, " 
John T. Shackford, " 



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21 
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Middleton. 

Maiden. 

Boston. 

Maiden. 

Quincy. 

Holliston. 

Winchester. 

Middleton. 

Southbridge. 

Framingham 



Weymouth. 
Middleton. 
Framingham. 
Middleton. 
Winchester, 
Boston. 
a 

Framingham. 
Roxbury. . 
Concord. . 
Framingham. 
Boston. . . 
Maiden. . 

Cambridge. 

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Boston. , . 
Middleton. 
Framingham. 
Lexington. 



Boston. . 



Dorchester, 
Boston. . 
Boston. . 

Maiden. . 
Boston, . 

I " 

! Belmont. 

i New Bedford. 

Dorchester. 
Weston. 
Dorchester. 
Boston. . . 
Maiden. . . 



[Apr. 14, 1 
Disclirg'd for disability, 



[tion, April 1, 1863. 
Discliarged for promo- 
Died Feb. 26, '63. 



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Company I — Con. 
Adams, Benjamin F., 
Annable, Charles A., 
Anderson, Leonard B. 
Burbank, Alonzo F., 
Bird, Thomas H., . 
Bridges, Harlan N., 
Berry, Robert, 
Bates, Benjamin F., 
Chandler, Benjamin P. 
Coverley, Edward, 
Currier, Hugh L., 
Cushing, Theo. P., 
Crocker, Jos. C, . 
Currier, Henry H., 
Corliss, Samuel H., 
Cooper, James A., 
Coughlin, John, . 
Cutter, Charles E., 
Carey, Isaac H., . 
Copethorn, William, 
Cutter, Edmund L., 
Drake, Benjamin A., 
Emery, Franklin E. P.. 
Eldridge, John L., 
Foster, Nathaniel I., 
Farmer, Frank H., 
Fleming, James J., 
Floyd, George C, 
Fletcher, Warren G., 
Foss, George A., . 
Fisk, Marcus M., . 
Foss, James M., . 
Fuller, Charles B.," 
Foster, William G., 
Gaylord, Williston A., 
Gilman, Reuben I., 
Hall, George F., . 
Henchman, Charles T., 
Hardy, AVilliam, . 
Henry, James R., . 
Hagar, Charles W., 
Heus, Marshall L., 
Hobbs, George E., 
Jewett, Frank M., 
Johnson, George H., 
Judkins, Edward H., 
Kilroy, Michael, . 
Kimball, Henry M., 
Lovejoy, James A., 
Leighton, Charles H. 



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Melrose. 
Charlestown. 
Dorchester. 
Boston. . . 

Brewster, . 
Dorchester. 
Boston. - . 
Maiden. . . 
Cambridge. 
Melrose. 
Maiden.. . 
Weston. . . 



Cambridge. 
Weston, . . 

Dorchester. 
ProvincetVn. 
Kingston. . 
Billerica. . 
E. Cambridge 
Weston. 
Boston. . . 
Brighton. . 
Waltham. . 
Boston. . . 

Kingston. . 
Boston. . . 
Billerica, . 
Charlestown. 
Boston. . . 
N. Andover. 
Brewster. . 
Boston. . . 
Weston. 
Roxbury. . 
Boston. . . 
Maiden. 
Boston, . . 
E. Cambridge 
Boston. . . 
Billerica. . 
N. Andover. 



[April 1, 1863. 
Disohar'd for disability, 



Died April 2.5, '63. 



[Got. 7, 1863. 
Dischar'd for disability' 



Died March 7, '63. 



278 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fourth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Con. 



A. 



Company I- 
Moar, Charles J., . 
McCrillis, John, . 
Munn, William, . 
Newell, Julius T., . 
O'Shaughnessy, Thomas, 
Pratt, George H., . 
Phillips, James L., 
Potter, Alexander K., 
Poole, Francis H., 
Parker, Stephen H., 
Pinkham, Theo. . 
Palmer, James M., 
Park, Edward, 
Purbeck, Marcellus A. 
Prince, George C, 
Rand, George W., 
Eand, George E., 
Redman, David F., 
Roberts, William C, 
Richardson, Herbert B 
Rhoades, Lawrence, 
Smith, Charles F., 
Shaughnessy, Michael 
Smith, Daniel C, 
Thayer, Joseph H. J., 
Tyler, Herbert, . 
Taylor, William A, 
Upham, Edwin P., 
Waldron, Franklin H., 
Washburn, Albert, 
Wilkinson, Charles N.. 
Whittridge, Forest L., 
Wyett, Charles E., 
Young, Frank G., 



Company K— Boston. 
Frank W. Reynolds, Captain, 
Richard H. Weld, 
Richard H. Weld, 1st Lieut., 
Fred. T. Brown, " 
Fred. T. Brown, 2d Lieut., 
John Parkinson, Jr., " " 
William W. Wild, 1st Sergeant, 
John Dorr, Jr., Sergeant, 
Mannina; Emery, " 

William^ H. Lord, " 

William B. O'iSIeil, " 
George H. Foster, Corporal, 
James F. Wentworth, " 
Francis A. Tisdale, " 



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Maiden. . 

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Billerica. . 
North Chelsea 
Weston. 
North Chelsea 
Boston. . . 
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Weston. 

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Maiden. 
Weston. 



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E. Cambridge. 
Boston. . . 
Braintree. . 
Andover. . 
Boston. . . 
Weston. 
Boston. . . 
Weston. 
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Boston, . . 



Boston, . . 
W. Roxbury, 



Leominster. 
Sherborn. . 
Cambridge. 
W. Roxbury. 
Boston. . . 
Roxbury. . 
W. Roxbury. 
Walpole. . 



Dis. disab'y, May 18, '63. 

Disc'd June 4, '63. 



Dis. disab'y, May 1, '63. 
Dis. disab'y. May 18, '63. 



Resigned Dec. 28, 1862. 
Com'd Jan. 15, '63. 
Pro. Capt., Jan. 15, '63. 
Com'd Jan. 15, '63. 

Pro'dlstLt.,Jan. 15, '63. 



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Company K — Con. 
Isaac H. Meserve, Corporal, 
Theron Blanchard, 
Edwin B. Ridge, 
Lewis Daniels, 
George H. Mann, 
Stephen T. Baker, Wagoner 
Adams, William G., 
Achorn, Albion G., 
Babbitt, Willard M., 
Babcock, Lowell, . 
Bailey, Walter, . 
Brown, Winslow E., 
Ba}'ley, James H., 
Babcock, Ephraim A., 
Bussell, Alfred W. 
Bowdish, Asa W., 
Boyce, Guy, 
Bowers, William, . 
Coolidge, George M., 
Cleale, Artemas, . 
Chenery, Cornelius, 
Copeland, Itbamar W., 
Duff, Robert H., . 
Fales, Francis H., 
Fuller, Henry C, 
Fisher, Nathan W., 
Fisher, Albert, . 
Ford, J. Henry, . 
Fowler, Josiah, . 
Gardner, Joseph W., 
Gould, William A., 
Gray, Charles L., 
Gilmore, LumanW., 
Guild, William F., 
Gibbs, George A., 
Garland, Charles W., 
Gilmore, James S., 
Handy, John S., , 
Hartshorn, Lowell E., 
Humphreys, James J., 
Hay den, William W., 
Hale, Howard E. W., 
Hartshorn, Horace B., 
Hartshorn, Fred. A., 
Hutchinson, James E. 
Jones, Dennis H., 
Jessop, William A., 
Kirdehan, Patrick A., 
Keen, James P., . 
Keen, William E., 



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Weymouth 

Waipole. 

Sherborn. 

Dover. . 

Waipole. 

Franklin. 

Waipole. 

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Sherborn. 

Needham. 

Waipole. 

Boston. . 

Waipole. 

Boston. . 

Waipole. 

Sherborn, 

Boston, . 

Sherborn. 

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S. Dedham, 
Waipole. . 



W. Roxbury. 

Waipole. . 
Boston. . 

Waipole. . 

Medfield. . 
W. Roxbury. 
Wayland, . 
Waipole, . 
W. Roxbury. 
Waipole. . 
Boston. . . 
W. Roxbury. 
Boston. . . 
Waipole. . 



Boston. . . 
Wayland. . 
Waipole. . 
W. Roxbury. 



Disc'dJan. 14, '63. 
DIsc'd Feb. 7, '63. 



Disc'd Jan. 14, '63. 



Disc'd Jan. 31, '63. 
Died Feb. 26, '63. 



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Forty-Fourth Regiment — Concluded. 



[Jan. 



Company K — Con. 
Kemp, George G., 
Kallock, Levi, 
Lewis, Jameg A., . 
Loring, .Frank M., 
Mitchell, William L., 
Martin, John, 
Morrison, George W., 
Moulton, Edward C, 
Morse, Elisha, 
McClearn, Abner W., 
Michel, James A., 
Nudd, John A., . 
Nash, Elbridge, . 
Norton, Charles A., 
Nickerson, George W., 
Noyes, George E., 
Pierson, Alexander, 
Perkins, Asa B., . 
Pratt, Lorenzo, 
Pettis, William H., 
Rhoades, Charles J., 
Sylvester, Reuben, 
Sylvester, Avery, . 
Spear, Horace A., 
Sanderson, William P., 
Smith, Paul O., . 
Spinney, James W., 
Seavey, Thomas, . 
Stedman, Joseph F., 
Tii-rell, Loring C, 
Thomas, Henry A., 
Trout, Thomas K., 
Tuttle, Otis, . 
Went worth, John H., 
Wentworth, George A., 
Whittemore, Albert F., 
Watson, Edgar, . 
Woodward, Orlando, . 
Young, EUery C, 



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Walpole. . 
S. Maiden. . 
Sherborn. . 
W. Roxbury. 

Weston. 

Walpole. 

Boston. . 

Charlestown, 

Walpole. 

Weymouth. 

Sherborn. 

Walpole, 

W. Roxbury, 

Sherborn. 

Somerville. 

Sherborn. 

Medway. 

Walpole. 

Sherborn. 

Ashland. 

Walpole. 

W. Roxbury, 

Walpole. 

Sherborn, 

W. Roxbur 

Roxbury, 

Weymouth. 

Walpole. 

Boston. . 

u 

W. Roxbury, 



Boston. 

Newton. 

Boston. 



Died May 28, '63. 



Disc'd Jan 
Kil'd in act'n 



.14, '63. 

Dec. 16, 62. 



Disc'd Jan. 
" Jan. 
" Jan. 



14, '63. 
31, '63. 
31, '63. 



The Forty-Fourth Regiment was organized at Readville, 
under the personal supervision of Colonel Lee and the officers 
and friends of the Fourth Battalion,First Brigade, First Division 
M. V. M., of which battalion Colonel Lee was commander, 
having succeeded Major, now Brigadier-General, Gordon. 
What his regiment did in North Carolina, and how well it was 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 281 

appreciated by the generals in command of that department, 
are so clearly and concisely stated by Colonel Lee in the report 
which follows, that I copy it entire : — 

Head-Quarters, Forty-Fourth Regiment M. V. M. 

To Brigadier-General William Schouler, Adjutant- General State of 

Massachusetts. 

General, — In your Annual Report for 1862, 1 find a sketch of the 
history of the Forty-Fourth Regiment M. V. M., to December 16th, 
1862, and I will only refer to that portion of their service by noting the 
dates of various expeditions, and the list of casualties. 

On the 3d of August, 1862, Governor Andrew gave permission to 
organize a regiment of infantry, for nine months service, taking the 
Fourth Battalion M. V. M. as a nucleus. On the 25th of August, the 
regiment being fiiU to the minimum, organized by the election of officers, 
and on 29th of August went into camp at Readville, Mass. On the 12th 
of September, being full to the maximum, the regiment was mustered 
into the service of the United States as the Forty-Fourth Regiment M. 
V. M., by Captain N. B. McLaughlin, U. S. A. Leaving Readville 
October 22d, the regiment arrived, on board steamer Merrimac, at 
Moorhead City, N. C, October 26th, and reached Newbern the same 
night. 

Being ordered to report to Colonel Thomas G. Stevenson, then com- 
manding brigade, this regiment, with the Twenty-Fourth Regiment Mas- 
sachusetts Volunteers, Tenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, and 
Fifth Battalion Rhode Island Volunteers, forming Stevenson's brigade, 
started upon the Tarboro' expedition October 30th. November 2d, took 
part in skirmish at Smitherick's Ford and Rawle's Mill, on Wllliamstown 
road, losing two men killed and seven wounded. Returned to Newbern 
November 13 th. 

Started upon Goldsboro' expedition, December 11th. Present at 
battle of Kinston, December 14th. Engaged in battle of Whitehall 
Bridge, on December 16th, losing eight killed and fourteen wounded. In 
the reserve at battle of Goldsboro', December 17th. Arrived in New- 
bern December 20th. Left for Plymouth, N. C, February 1st, 1863. 
February 7th, made march of twenty-eight miles, seizing several tons of 
provisions prepared for rebel army consumption. Returned to Newbern 
February 10th. Sent Companies F and B, under command of Captain 
Charles Storrow, to report to Colonel Jones, Fifty-Eighth Regiment Penn- 
sylvania Volunteers, for picket duty on Batchelder's Creek, where they 
remained until May 1st, when, having performed their duty to the entire 
satisfaction of Colonel Jones, they reported back to the regiment. 
36 



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[Jan. 



The remaining companies of the regiment started for "Washington, 
N. C, March 15 th. Siege of Washington, by Generals Hill and Gar- 
nett, with twelve to fifteen thousand troops, commenced on March 30th. 
General Foster arrived there on the morning of March 30th, and Com- 
panies A and G, under command of Captain James M. Richardson, 
supported by one howitzer, in charge of Lieutenant Hamilton, Third 
Regiment New York Artillery, made a reconnoissance across the river to 
ascertain the position of the enemy. They were repulsed by the enemy 
in large force, leaving three men wounded, prisoners, one mortally, and 
bringing back Captain Richardson, dangerously wounded, upon the gun- 
carriage. Rebels commenced bombardment on 1st of April, and fired 
their last shot on the 15th of April, falling back discouraged, and the 
siege was raised April 16th. On the 17th April, Major Charles W. 
Dabney, Jr., of this regiment, with Companies C, D and I, supported by 
gunboat Commodore Hull, landed at. Hill's Point, and occupied the rebel 
battery, destroying portions of their work, and building the entrench- 
ments necessary to guard against an attack from the land side. On the 
22d of April, the eight companies started for Newbern, arriving there 
upon the 24th, and relieving the Forty-Fifth Regiment M. V. M,, on 
provost duty, which they performed until June 6th, when they left for 
Boston, arriving there June 10th. Went to camp at Readville June 
15th, and wei'e mustered out of service of United States June 18th 
1863. 

Called out to assist in suppressing draft riot July 14th, and dismissed 
July 21st, 1863. 



Loss in killed, during term of service, 
Wounded, ...... 

Discharged for promotion, .... 

Died of disease and discharged for disability, 
Left sick in Newbern, .... 

Arrived home with (officers and men), 

Started from Readville, .... 



11 

. 24 

20 

47 

6 

916 

1,024 



I cannot close this final report, without endeavoring to express the 
feeling of every member of this regiment in regard to our commanding 
officers. We were fortunate enough to serve under brigade and divis- 
ion generals who won, not only the respect, but the love of all who served 
under them. Brigadier- Generals Thomas G. Stevenson and Henry W. 
Wessells were men whose fidelity to duty, unremitting care for the wel- 
fare of their men, and entire self-forgetfulness, always gave the best 
stimulus to the men of their command, a good example. The men of 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 283 

Stevenson's brigade will never forget, that after the toilsome march, — 
often late into the night, — they always found their general waiting to 
make sure that every thing, which the circumstances permitted, was done 
for their comfort, — that the last quarters located were his, and the last 
weary man relieved from duty was their general ; that, however cheer- 
less the bivouac, or however stormy the night, he never left them to 
avail himself of the professed comforts of head-quarters. 

To our corps commander, Major-General J. G. Foster, the regiment 
owes its gratitude for his many proofs of confidence and acts of kindness ; 
for the ready knowledge, wise precaution, steady nerve, and the inspir- 
ing, cheerful pluck which so largely contributed to the successful issue of 
their service at Washington, N. C, in April, 1863. 

To Colonel Sisson and his staff, and to the gallant officers and men of 
the Fifth Regiment Rhode Island Volunteers, we must here, again, offer 
onr gratitude for their service on the night of April 13th, 1863, when, in 
an unarmed steamer, heavily laden with ammunition, they defied the 
rebel batteries, and steamed up the Tar River to the rescue of the 
beleaguered garrison of Washington. 

Such daring would merit praise, even were it in obedience to orders 
which could not be resisted, but when we remember the circumstances, 
that they begged for the privilege and came as volunteers, taking the 
whole responsibility of failure or success, doing simply as they would be 
done by, it shows a spirit, moral, as well as a physical courage, seldom 
equalled, never excelled. 

To Mother Madelaine and the Sisters of Mercy, who, by their tender 
care and skilful nursing, lightened the pains and relieved the ennui of 
many a poor sufferer in the Stanley Hospital, and who stood, the only 
representative of mother, sisters and home, by the bedsides of our dying 
soldiers, we owe our most earnest thanks. 

Among our losses, none fell more heavily than when, in Washington, 
April 11th, 1863, w€ followed to his grave our well-beloved Surgeon, 
Robert Ware. He fell a victim to his fidelity to duty ; not simply duty 
dictated by order, but the large heart of a kind and devoted Christian 
man. Disease was making havoc among the negroes of the town, and 
Ware, ever thoughtful, ever alive to the dictates of his sensitive con- 
science, hastened to their relief, and spent many weary hours watching 
by them and ministering to their wants ; until worn and weary, he fell a 
victim to the very disease from which he had rescued so many of these 
helpless and dependent people, dying on the 10th of April, 1863. He 
will ever live in their hearts and memories, as in ours, and may we 
remember his example. 

The regiment formed part of the garrison, (1,160 strong,) which, 
under General Foster, successfully defended Washington, N. C, against 



284 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

the rebel Generals Hill and Garnett, with twelve to fifteen thousand 
troops. Masssachusetts was represented there by portions of the Twen- 
ty-Seventh and Forty-Fourth Regiments, and also most nobly in the 
person of William Saltonstall, of Salem, then commanding the steam 
gunboat " Commodore Hull," which, in the first day's bombardment, bore 
the brunt, receiving ninety-eight of the enemy's shot and shell, — never 
yielding one inch, but hurling back defiance and destruction, and carrying 
her flag safe through the fight. 

One hundred negroes, armed by General Foster's order, did good 
service on the lines during the whole siege, and by their steadiness con- 
vinced even the most sceptical that black men could and would fight. 
The whole garrison performed their arduous duties cheerfully and with 
pluck, and had the reward of seeing the retreat of the disheartened rebels 
on the 16th of April. On their return to Newbern, the regiment per- 
formed provost duty until their departure. 

In closing my Report, I can honestly say, that I believe the Forty- 
Fourth Regiment M. V. M. always tried to do their duty faithfully, and, 
to the best of my judgment, they generally succeeded. I beg, in justice 
to the regiment, to append copies of the farewell orders of Generals 
Foster and Wessells, and the following extract from letter of General 
Stevenson, dated " Seabrook Island, June 13th, 1863 ": 

" You can always look back with pride and satisfaction at having had 
the honor to lead such a splendid body of men." 

Head-Quarters, Fourth Division 18th Army Corps, ) 
Plymouth, N. C, June 10, 1863. ) 
[General Okder, No. 7.] 

III. Having learned that the Forty-Fourth M. V. M. is about to leave 
the Department, its term of service being fulfilled, the Brigadier- General 
commanding the Division cannot allow the occasion to pass without 
expressing his sincere regret at thus losing one of its brightest ornaments. 

The gentlemanly deportment and soldierly bearing of all grades have 
rendered his intercourse with the regiment, both socially and ofiicially, 
peculiarly agi'eeable, and in changing the rough duties of camp for the 
peaceful pursuits of civil life, the commanding general desires them a 
safe return to the green hills of New England, with his best wishes for 
their future happiness and prosperity. 

By command of 

Brigadier-General H. W. Wessells. 

(Signed) Andrew Stevtart, Assistant Adjutant- General. 

[Official.] 
Head-Quakters 44th Regt., June 18th, 1863. 
E. C. Johnson, 
Lieut, and Adj't iUh M. V. M. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 285 

Head-Quarters Eighteenth Corps, ) 
Newbern, June 5, 1863. ) 
[Special Order, No. 160 and 17.] 

The commanding general, in bidding farewell to the Forty-Fourth 
Regiment M. V. M., conveys to them his high appreciation of and thanks 
for their services whilst in the Department. 

As a part of the garrison of Washington, and in the various duties to 
which they have been assigned, they have always fully done their duty 
as soldiers. 

The commanding general, in parting, expresses his hopes to officei's 
and men that he may have the pleasure of welcoming their return hercj 
and tenders them one and all his best and kindest wishes for the future. 

By command of 

Major-General J. G. Foster. 
(Signed) S. Hoffman, Assistant Adjutant- General. 

[OflScial.] 
Head-Quarters 2d Beig'e, Junedih, 1863. 
(Signed) E. C. Johkson, 

Lieut, and Act. AssH Adj^t-Gen. 

I am with respect, General, 

FRANCIS L. LEE, 
Colonel commanding Forty-Fourth Begiment M. V. M. 



286 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



PORTY-FIFTH EEGIMENT. 



NAMES. 



Charles K. Codman, Colonel, 
Oliver W. Peabody, Lieut. Col., . 
Kussell Sturgis, Jr., Major, . 
Samuel Kneeland, Surgeon, 
Joshua B. Treadwell, As't Surg'n, 
Daniel McLean, " " 

Gershom C. Winsor, Adjutant, . 
Francis A. Dewson, Quarterm'ter, 
Andrew L. Stone, Chaplain, 
Henry G. Wheelock, Serg't Maj., 
Arthur Reed, Q. M. Sergeant, . 
Charles F. Richardson, Com'y Sgt. 
Edward Wigglesworth, Jr., H. Sd. 

Company A— Boston. 
Eussell Sturgis, Jr., Captain, 
George P. Denny, " 

George P. Denny, 1st Lieutenant, 
George E. Pond, 1st Lieut., 
George E. Pond, 2d " . _ . 
Edward B. Richardson, 2d Lieut., 
Charles W. Barstow, 1st Sergeant, 
George H. Watson, Sergeant, 
William R. Butler, " 
William E. Wheaton, " 
Charles B. Sumner, " 
George F. Woodman, " 
Luther F. Allen, Corporal, 
Albert A. Chittendon, " 
ErroU Grant, " 

Augustus S. Lovett, " 
C. Eustis Hubbard, " 
Henry E. Merriam, " 
William F. Shaw, " 
William B. Stacy, " 
John W. Fowle, Musician, 
Joseph V. Freeland, " 
Andrews, Nathaniel, 
Atkinson, William B., 
Allen, Samuel L., 
Bennett, Charles H., 
Bourne, Elias W., 
Bates, Cyrus H., . 
Bates, Caleb L., . 
Brooks, Charles H., 
Beckett, William H., 
Bliss, Henry S., . 
Brigham, Joseph H., 
Boutell, Lewis H., 



33 

28 
31 
41 
22 

22 
34 

46 
27 
21 
22 
21 



31 
36 
36 
25 
25 
24 
25 
19 
27 
40 
25 
36 
30 
20 
42 
20 
20 
24 
23 
28 
24 
17 
36 
20 
18 
20 
18 
18 
18 
26 
24 
20 
39 
36 



H, 



Boston. . 



Brookline. 
Newton. 
Boston. . 
Walpole, N 
Boston. . 



Boston, 



Brookline. 
Boston. • . 

a 

Cambridgep't. 
Manchester. 
Southbridge. 
W. Roxbury, 
Manchester. 
Boston. . . 
Manchester. 
Boston, 



Braintree. . 

Melrose. 
Manchester. 
Newburyport. 
Manchester. 
Boston. . . 
Cohasset. . 



Boston. . . 

a 
Roxbury. . 
Manchester. 
Westboro'. . 



Com. Mar. 25, '63. 



Pro'd Major, Oct. 8, '62. 
Pro'd Capt., Oct. 14, '62. 

Prom'd Oct. 14,'62. 



[Jan. 15, 1863. 
Disch'd for promotion, 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



287 



Company A — Con. 
Buss, Edmund W., 
Berry, William H., 
Brooks, George, . 
Coleman, Moses J., 
Dean, Franklin H., 
Davenport, Edmund P 
Edmunds, John B. 
Estabrook, George W., 
Edgett, Reuben, . 
Field, Frank A., . 
Fitch, Calvin W., 
Ferguson, Stephen A., 
Ferguson, Bufus B., 
Fox, George E., . 
Gross, Charles A., 
Griffin, Charles H., 
Gilman, Gardner, 
Goldsmith, Charles P., 
Graves, Elbridge, 
Howard, Charles A., 
Howard, Rodolphus K 
Hale, E. Thomas, 
Hardy, Milo T., . 
Haskell, Francis P., 
Hale, Abram G. E,., 
Hasty, Robert B., 
Holmes, Horace, . 
Jones, Levi D., . 
Kinsley, Thomas, . 
Lincoln, Richard IL, 
Lincoln, Stephen, 
Lang, Silas W., . 
Lunt, Edmund S., 
Leonard, Charles H., 
Lord, Jeremiah R., 
Morse, John R., .' 
Morse, Edwin T., 
Mann, Albert W., 
Morgan, Joseph A., 
Mason, James H., 
Norton, Henry D., 
Porter, Henry K., 
Pratt, William H., 
Parker, George B., 
Putnam, Frank L., 
Pert, William J., . 
Pert, Francis B., . 
Pert, Daniel, 
Plympton, William P., 
Poland, William, . 



22 
23 
20 
21 
45 
31 
22 
28 
25 
19 
26 
25 
19 
30 
23 
32 
26 
24 
22 
32 
20 
21 
27 
28 
15 
22 
24 
19 
21 
18 
21 
20 
20 
39 
28 
22 
22 
20 
20 
23 
21 
20 
18 
18 
30 
28 
23 
21 
18 



Boston. . . 
Essex. . . 
Boston, . . 
Roxbury. . 
Southbridge. 
Manchester. 
Boston. . . 
E. Needham. 
Boston. . . 

Hopkinton. 
Manchester. 

u 

Boston, . . 
Cohasset. . 
AVinchester. 
Boston. . . 
Manchester. 
Newburyport, 
Southbridge. 
Springfield. 
Newburyport. 
Manchester. 
a 

Stow. . . 
Boston. . . 
Plymouth, . 
Boston. . . 

u 

Cohasset. . 

a 

Boston. • . 

Southbridge. 
Manchester. 
Boston. • . 
Southbridge. 
Boston. . . 
Manchester. 
Southbridge, 



Boston. 
Cohasset. 
Boston. . 
Newton. 
Manchester 



Southbridge. 
Boston. . . 



Died Feb. 10, 'G3. 



Died Jan. 10, 1863. 



Died wn'ds Dec. 16, '62. 



[w'ntls, Apr. 21, 1863. 
Discli'ged on account of 



Died June 30, '63. 



Dis. disab'y, Nov. 29, '62. 

Disc'd June 6, '63. 



288 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company A — Con. 
Richardson, Swartz, 
Richards, William A., 
Shaplagh, Thomas W., 
Shaplagh, Samuel B., 
Shaplagh, Frank H., 
Smith, Rufus S., . 
Sargent, Oscar W., 
Stanley, Jeffrey T., 
Scudder, Henry B., 
Shaw, Roland C., . 
Thompson, Henry R., 
Tower, George W., 
Tiffany, Edwin E., 
Vinal, Charles A., 
Whitney, Luke H., 
Wilcutt, Lyman D. 
Wildes, Israel D., 
Watson, John PL, 
Wilmorton, George, 
Wheeler, Isaac G., 
Winslow, Henry T., 



Company B— Milton. 
Joseph M. Churchill, Captain, 
William S. Bond, 1st Lieutenant, 
Abijah Hollis, 2d 
Henry M. Bond, 1st Sergeant, 
William S. Leavitt, Sergeant, 
Charles E. C. Breck, 
Charles A. Seavey, " 

George E. Tucker, " 

Frederick Dexter, " 

James Gilchrist, Corporal, 
Thomas Williams, '' 

George E. Skinner, ' 
Richard M. Spiller, ' 
Reuben J. Ryder, ' 

Jos. A. Shaw, ' 

Frederick H. Freeman, ' 
Elijah W. Moffatt, 
George W. Hall, Musician, 
William F. Boden, " 
Alden, Samuel W., 
Badger, William F., 
Bancroft, George D., . 
Barnes, Daniel, . 
Bartlett, Benjamin J., . 
Bisbee, Benjamin, 
Bisbee, James O., 
Bolster, Charles, . 



41 
24 
24 
26 
43 
28 
24 
21 
21 
24 
20 
20 
28 
36 
28 
19 
31 
14 
22 
20 
29 
19 
25 
28 
30 
32 
18 



Winchester, 
Boston. . 



Newburyport 
Quincy. 
Manchester 
Brookline, 

Waltham. 
Boston. . 
Southbridge 
Cohasset. 
Waltham. 
Cohasset. 
Boston. . 
Manchester 

u 

Westford. 
Boston. . 



Milton. . . 
Jamaica Plain 
Milton. . . 
Jamaica Plain 
Milton. . . 

u 

Boston. . . 
Dorchester. 
Brookline, . ' 
Boston. . . 
Milton. . . 

Dorchester. 

Milton. . . 
Troy, N. Y. 
Milton. . . 
Dorchester. 
Milton. . . 



Lynn. . 
Needham. 
Milton. . 
Stoughton. 

Milton. . 



Disc'dJunel3,;63. 

Dis. disab'y, Oct. 11, '62. 

Disc'd Jan. 13, '63. 



Died July 1, 1863. 



[Jan. 7, 1863. 
Discharg'd for disability, 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



289 



NAMES. 




Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company B — Con. 








Bowman, William H., . 


21 


Dorchester. 


— - 


Brigham, William F., . 


3i 


Milton. . . . 


- - 


Bronsdon, William B., 


40 


" 


-- 


Burt, John E., • . 


31 


Dorchester. 


- 


Campbell, William A., . 


35 


(( 


- 


Carter, Rufus B., . 


44 


Needham. . . 


— — 


Carr, Jacob J., . . 


21 


Dorchester. 


- 


Caswell, Henry P., 


18 


Milton. . . . 


- 


Conklin, Edward, 


27 


" 


- 


Coulter, George, .... 


34 


Needham. . . 


- 


Cunningham, Peter, 


20 


Milton. . . . 


- 


Cunningham, William, 


24 


(( 


- 


Crowley, Dennis, . . • . 


31 


- 


Dis. disab'3-, KoY. 4, '52. 


Davenport, Nathaniel T., Jr., 


24 


Milton. . . . 


- 


Dunnican, Patrick, 


21 


_ 


Dis. disab'y, Oct. 7, '62. 


Delannoy, Deserve, 




36 


- 


Desr'd Sept. 30,'62. 


Early, Michael, . 




34 


Quincy. . 


- 


Emerson, John H., 




22 


Milton. . . . 


- - 


Evans, Edwin G., 




31 


Dorchester. . 


- 


Ewell, Jacob A., . 




44 


i( 


Dis. disab'y, May 30, '63. 


Farnum, Manley H., . 




32 


a 


- 


Frieze, John B., . 




22 


a 


— - 


Gage, David K., . 




25 


Quincy. . . . 


- 


Glover, George G., 




23 


Dorchester. 


- 


Gramer, Stephen, 




22 


(( 


- 


Goddard, Frederick W., 




21 


Maiden, . . . 


Died July 3, 1863. 


Hall, Asa, .... 




28 


Dorchester. 


- - 


Hammill, Hugh, . 




23 


Needham. . . 


_ 


Hammond, John T., 




18 


Dorchester. 


- - 


Hatch, Ambrose P., 




31 


Needham. . . 


_ _ 


Hatch, Myrick L., 




24 


Dorchester. 


- - 


Hersey, James A., ... 




20 


a 


_ 


Higgins, John, 




25 


Milton. . . . 


_ - 


Hotchkiss, Willard H., 




21 


Dorchester. 


_ - 


Hickling, Charles E., . 




21 


Roxbury, . 


Dis. disab'y, Feb. 9, 'S3 


Halliday, George W., . 




25 


Milton, . . . 


Dis. disab'y. Mar. S, '83 


Jewett, Jonas W., 




25 


« 


- 


Johnson, John, 




37 


Quincy. . . . 


- 


Jones, Alvah T., . 




18 


Needham. . . 


- - 


Jones, Pliny M., . 




25 


« 


- 


Jones, Elbridge, . 




44 


Milton. . . . 


- - 


Jones, Benjamin F., 




20 


- - 


Dis. disab'y, Nov. 4, '62 


Knowlton, George W., . 




19 


Dorchester. . 


_ _ 


Mansfield, Edward, 




43 


_ — 


- - 


Mathes, Daniel, . 




44 


Milton. . . . 


- 


May, Grosvenor, . 




22 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Merrill, William W., . 




36 


Milton. . . . 


_ _ 


Morrisey, John, , 




1& 


it. 


_ - 


Morrisey, Thomas, 




22 


" 


- 


Morton, William H., . 




33 


Needham, . . 


— — 



37 



290 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


6 


Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company B — Con. 








Murphy, James, .... 


19 


Milton. . . . 


- 


Nickerson, Frederick A., 


24 


Dorchester. 


- - 


Nolan, Christopher, 


21 


Milton. . . . 


- 


Norton, Edward, 


34 


u 


- - 


Ochs, Joseph A., 


30 


" 


- 


O'Connor, Michael, 


19 


Dorchester. 


- 


Packard, Luman B., 


18 


a 


- - 


Pierce, George, .... 


43 


Milton. . . . 


- 


Pope, Lemuel C, 


24 


Quincy. . . 


- - 


Eagan, Timothy 0., . 


19 


Needham. . . 


- 


Kay, Henry C, . • 


24 


Dorchester. 


- - 


Eeed, John N., Jr., 


23 


Q.uincy. . . 


- — 


Eooney, Bartholomew, 


30 


Milton. . . . 


- 


Eichards, Samuel F., . 


23 


Needham, . . 


Kil'd in ao'n Dec, 14, '62. 


Shoudy, Henry, .... 


30 


Dorchester. 


- 


Snow, Elbridge, .... 


37 


Milton. . . . 


- - 


Snow James H., 


39 


" 


- 


Sumner, Henry J., . . • 


23 


" 


- - 


Thompson, James A., . 


27 


u 


— — 


Tripp, William H., 


44 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Wallingford, William L., . 


26 


li 


- - 


Walker, Melvin O., . 


22 


Stoughton. 


- 


Wellington, Henry F., 


21 


Milton. . . 


- 


Whitney, Albert H., . 


20 


Dorchester. 


- - 


Williams, John M., . 


28 


Milton. . . 


— — 


Company C— Boston. 








Edward J. Minot, Captain, . 


30 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Harrison Gardner, 1st Lieut., 


21 


Newton. . . 


- - 


Lewis E. Whittaker, 2d Lieut., . 


32 


Franklin. . . 


' - - 


William H. Minot, 1st Sergeant, . 


21 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Henry M. Stearns, Sergeant, 


21 


Newton. . . 


- 


Joseph P. Lovejoy, " ., 


25 


Cambridge. 


- - 


Benjamin T. Livingston, " . 


35 


Winchester. . 


- - 


Charles Smith, " . 


30 


Old Town, Me. 


- 


Charles E. Kendall, Corporal, 


21 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Edward P. Tucker, " 


19 


Cambridge. 


- 


George T. Woodward, " 


26 


Franklin. . . 


- 


Nathan D. Jaquith, " 


19 


Winchester. . 


— — 


Samuel L. Hurlburt, " 


19 


Newton. . . 


- 


L. A. Coolidge, Jr., " 


21 


Boston. . . . 


- 


John B. Warren, " 


23 


Cambridge. 


- 


Albert E. Dupee, "_ 


20 


Wrentham. 


- 


G. M. Chadwick, Musician, . 


16 


Boston. . . . 


- 


John Knight, " 


16 


u 


- - 


Adams, William W., . 


23 


Franklin. . . 


- 


Alexander, Andrew J., 


20 


a 


- 


Adams, Charles B., . 


33 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Adams, Lowell W., 


25 


Franklin. . . 


-- 


Bryant, Joseph B., . . . 


18 


Boston. . . . 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



291 



NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company C — Con. 








Bemis, Charles H., 


33 


Franklin. . 


- — 


Brigham, Lemuel W., . 






21 


Boston. . . 


, 


Ballou, Orren E., 






20 


Franklin. . 


- 


Blood, Cyrus W., 






43 


Winchester. 


- 


Ballou, William A., 






24 


Franklin. . 


- 


Bacon, Joseph S., 






23 


Boston. . . 


. 


Burr, Charles E., 






19 


Bellingham. 


- - 


Cole, George W., 






24 


Chelsea. 


. 


Cutler, Warren, . 






38 


Boston. . . 


. 


Clark, Samuel D., 






36 


Winchester. 


. 


Colvin, Barton A., 






21 


Franklin. . 


- 


Cole, Charles A., . 






20 


Chelsea. 


. 


Cutler, George S., 






21 


Winchester 


. 


Casey, Stephen H., 






21 


Boston. . . 


. 


Curry, Edmund A., 






28 


Winchester 


- - 


Doty, Harrison, . 






43 


Mansfield. . 


. 


Dinter, Ernest, . 






37 


Boston. . . 


. 


Freeman, Edmund H., 






19 


Franklin. . 


. 


Folsom, William H., 






26 


Boston. . . 


. 


Fisher, Walter M., 






23 


Franklin. . 


. 


Gammas, Charles H., . 






21 


S. Boston. . 


. 


Grow, Nathaniel S., 






37 


Franklin. 


. 


Glynn, Francis, . 






31 


- 


Dsrt'd Oct. 1,1862. 


Hunt, Samuel C., 






20 


_ 


_ 


Hobart, George W., 






29 


S. Boston. 


- 


Hodges, Frank F., 






18 


Franklin. 


. 


Holbrook, Joseph W., 






43 


(( 


. 


Hatch, Ira G., 






39 


Winchester 


. . - - 


Hanson, Joel W., . 






22 


Winchester 


. .. 


Holbrook, Pliny A., 






32 


Franklin. 


, , - - 


Howard, Charles D., 






18 


_ 


. 


Hammond, George G., 






19 


Winchester 


. . - - 


Hastings, Norman, 






28 


Franklin, 


. . Died June 27, '63. 


Jordan, Samuel H., 






18 


(( 


. . _ _ 


Kingsbury, Emery T., 






22 


a 


. . 


Kenniston, Ira, 






19 


Lexington. 


. . _ — 


Kerrigan, Patrick, 






27 


_ 


Deser'd Oct. 1, '62. 


Lawrence, Henry A., 






19 


Littleton. 


. , - - 


Lovejoy, George T., 






21 


Amherst, N 


.H. - - 


Moorham, William, 






21 


Mansfield. 


_ — 


Murphy, Jeremiah, 






25 


Franklin. 


. . - - 


Murphy, Michael, . 






21 


Boston. . 


. . 


Mason, Jos. H., . 






41 


(( 


- — 


Magee, Daniel, . 






22 


(( 


. . _ _ 


Murphy, William H. F 


5 




17 


(( 


• • [March 9, 1863. 


McNally, Michael, 






21 


u 


Dischar'd for disability. 


McCanville, Jos., . 






31 


Winchester 


J • Dischar'd for disability, 


Newell, Duane, . 






20 


Franklin. 


• • [Feb. 10, 1863. 


Niles, Jerome S., . 






24 


Milton. . 


• • [June 9, 1863. 


Nason, Albert D., 






21 


Franklin, 


Dischar'd for disability. 



292 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES 


6 
to 


Kesidence 


Remarks. 


Company C — Con. 








O'SuUivan, Michael, . 


2i 


Franklin. . . 


- - 


O'Neil, Michael, . 




20 


Winchester. . 


- - 


Patrick, Charles P., 




22 


u 


- 


Parker, Edwin C, 




23 


Cambridge. 


- 


Peck, Henry C., . 




25 


Franklin. . 


- 


Pickering, Henry M., . 




18 


i( 


- 


Pinney, James H., 




22 


- 


Des'd Oct. 20, '62. 


Eyan, James M., . 




41 


Franklin. . . 


- 


Rowell, William, . 




40 


South Boston. . 


- 


Ruell, Willard, . 




28 


- 


Deser'd Nov. 4, '62. 


Eenick, William, . 




22 


Franklin, . . 


Dischar'd for disability 


Shaw, John B., 




30 


Boston. . . . 


[Feb. 28, 1863. 


Smith, Eliphalet, . 




23 


Winchester. . 


- 


Smith, Henry W., 




19 


u 


_ 


Stone, Jos., Jr., . 




21 


u 


- - 


Stanton, James, . 




40 


(1 


[March 29, 1863- 


Safford, Asa, 




45 


Boston, . . . 


Dischar'd for disability 


Temple, James H., 




20 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Tuttle, Albert, . 




18 


S. Boston. . 


- 


Tobey, William W., 




19 


W. Cambridge 


- 


Todd, Andrew T., 




44 


Winchester. 


- 


Taylor, Charles H., 




18 


u 


- 


Taylor, James, 




18 


Boston. . . 


- 


Thompson, Daniel, 




21 


u 


- 


Wheeling, John B., 




44 


- 


- 


Ward, Henry J., 




22 


Franklin. . 


- - 


Wales, Owen 0., . 




23 


a 


- - 


Williams, Lewis F., 




42 


11 


- 


Williams, William M., 




38 


Boston. . . 


- - 


Woods, WilUam H. W., 


23 


(( 


- ^ 


Company D— Boston. 








Nath'l W. Bumstead, Captain, 


28 


Boston. . . 


- - 


Samuel Thaxter, 1st Lieutenant, . 


25 


li 


- 


Cyrus A. Sears, 2d " 


21 


n 


- - 


Willard L. Wellman, 1st Serg'nt, 


23 


Brookline. . 


^ — 


Francis 0. Kendall, Sergeant, . 


27 


Lexington. . 


- - 


James A. Walker, " 


33 


Lincoln. 


. 


Francis Jenkins, " 


24 


W. Barnstable 


- - 


Royal P. Banes, " 


22 


Melrose. 


- 


Nathaniel P. Harris, " 


20 


Brookline, . 


. Died June 19, '63. 


Origen B. Darling, Corporal, 


26 


Boston. . . 


. 


Jos. A. Haskell, " 


25 


u 


— — 


Edward T. Lippincott, " 


18 


n 


- 


Samuel H. Jones, " 


23 


Lexington. . 


- - 


George L. Haines, " 


21 


Sandwich. . 


- 


Freeman H. Lathrop, " 


20 


Barnstable. 


- 


Howard Chipman, " 


18 


Sandwich. . 


- 


Edward P. Jackson, " 


22 


Dunstable. . 


^ - 


William F. Mason, Musician, 


19 


Biddeford, Me 


■^ ^ 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



293 



Remarks. 



Company D — Con. 
John L. McCoUum, Musician, 
John W. Carter, " 

Ames, Osmond, . 
Bearse, Charles E., 
Bearse, Nathan H., 
Bearse, Jos. P., . 
Blossom, Henry C, 
Bryant, Josiah, 
Butters, Sidney, . 
Butterfield, George H., 
Bussell, Benjamin F., 
Bussey, John D., . 
Bassett, Clarence W., 
Benson, Henry F., 
Bearse, George H., 
Burgess, George A., 
Chipman, Samuel, 
Chipman, Joseph P., 
Chipman, George A., 
Childs, Frederic W., 
Childs, Edward W., 
Childs, Simeon C, 
Cutting, William H., Jr., 
Crocker, Nelson S., 
Crouch, Henry E., 
Calvay, George B., 
Carrett, Charles T., 
Doane, Eliphalet, . 
Evans, Thomas C., 
Fitch, David, 
Fifield, Watson H., 
Foss, James, 
Fuller, David, 
Foster, John D., . 
Goddard, James F., 
Greene, Henry C, 
Hackett, Thomas, . 
Hamblin, James B., 
Hamlen, Ezra, 
Hart, George D., . 
Hinkley, John B., 
Holmes, Charles E., 
Holmes, Isaac W., 
Holway, Augustus, 
Holway, Thomas E., 
Hoxie, Nathaniel C, 
Hoar, Benjamin F., 
Jenkins, Asa, 
Jones, Alexander B., 
Jones, Hercules, . 



18 
19 
21 
20 
39 
37 
19 
23 
44 
22 
24 
28 
18 
37 
21 
18 
38 
23 
19 
22 
20 
43 
20 
26 
21 
35 
20 
36 
29 
30 
43 
25 
21 
27 
20 
28 
38 
24 
25 
32 
44 
19 
27 
22 
18 
38 
20 
24 
24 
33 



Tisbury. 
Brookline, . 

Barnstable. 



W. Barnstable 
Lexington. 

u 
(( 

Newburgh, Me 

Barnstable, 
Sandwich, . 
Barnstable, 
Sandwich, . 



Boston. 
Barnstable. 



Melrose. 
Barnstable. 
Harvard. . 
Cambridg'port, 
Medford. . 
Barnstable. 
Melrose, 
Lexington. 
Sandwich. . 
Melrose. 
Barnstable. 
Sandwich. . 
N.Bridgewat'r 
Sandwich. . 
It 

Barnstable. 
Sandwich. . 
Barnstable. 



Lexington. 
Sandwich. 



W. Barnstable 
Barnstable. 



[Inf.. Nov. 5, 18G2. 

Transferred to ITtli V. S. 

Dischg'd for disability, 

[Oct. 30, 1862. 



Kil'd in act'n,Dec.l6, '62. 
Died of w'nds,Deo.28,'62. 

Died Jan. 7, 1863. 

Dis. disat)'y, Oct. 30, '62. 



Dis. disab'y, Feb. 27, '63. 



Dis. disab'y, Feb. 27, '63 



294 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company D — Con. 
Jones, James T., . 
Jenkins, Edwin W., 
Knippe, Henry H., 
Leighton, William F., 
Lovell, Fred. U., 
Marshall, James, . 
McLaughlin, George W 
Mercer, Thomas, . 
Messer, William, . 
Nye, Hiram, 
Nye, Samuel H., . 
Norton, Damon V., 
Phinney, Harrison G., 
Perkins, John, Jr., 
Richardson, Alvah M., 
Eiorden, William C, 
Reed, Arthur, ^ 
SaviUe, Clifford, . 
Simonds, George, Jr., 
Stimpson, Charles H., 
Simpson, Thomas O., 
Tracey, William W., 
Ware, Thomas M., 
Wheeler, Albert, . 
W^hytal, Joseph, . ■ 
Wright, George W., 
Wright, Stillman, . . 
Wright, Walter R., 
Wright, Willis L., 
Wellington, Elijah H., 
Williams, Thomas, 

Wells, Frank, 
Young, Aaron H., 

Company E— Boston, 
Thomas B. Wales, Jr., Captain, 
Alpheus H. Hardy, 1st Lieut. 
J. Frank Emmons, 2d Lieut, 
Charles F. Hardy, 1st Sergeant, 
Frank Wells, Sergeant. 
Hiram F. Carleton, " 
Benj. V. Coburn, " 
George P. Ladd, » 
Edw'd B. Richardson, " 
William D. Bracket, Jr., Corporal, 
John W. Brooks, " 

George C. Richards, " 

William C. Seelye, " 

John F. Spencer, " 



19 
24 
18 
18 
36 
19 
19 
21 
32 
44 
25 
34 
19 
35 
29 
21 
21 
22 
24 
21 
40 
18 
19 
21 
37 
19 
44 
24 
21 
21 
19 

19 

44 



24 
23 
23 
19 
21 
20 
33 
24 
24 
22 
36 
24 
21 
24 



Sandwich. 

Barnstable. 

Sandwich. 

Melrose. 

Sandwich. 

Melrose. 

a 

Boston. . 

Concord. 

Barnstable. 

Sandwich. 

Edgartown 

Barnstable 

Melrose, 

Winchester. 

Sandwich, 

Boston, . 

Lexington. 

Sandwich. 

Andover. 

Roxbury. 

Sandwich. 

Barnstable 

Lexington. 

Sandwich. . 

Lexington. 

Lincoln, 
Barnstable, 

Boston, . . 
Barnstable, 



Boston. 



Roxbury. 

E. Cambridge 

Sturbridge. 

Brookline, . 

Swampscott. 



E. Cambridge 
Boston. . . 



[May 21, 1863. 
Dis. on ac'ct. of wound, 

Deser'dNov. 1,'62. 

Appointed Q. M. Sergt. 

[Sept. 26, 1862. 



Dis. disab'y, Apr. 4, '63. 



'Died Jan. 3, 1863, 

Disc'd to re-enlist, June 

4, 1863. 
Tran. to Co. E,Oot.23,'G2. 
Died of w'ds, Jan. 20, '63. 



[1862, for promotion. 
Trans, to Co. A, Oct. 14. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



295 



K A M E S . 


6 
to 


Kesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company E — Con. 








Kufus Richardson, Corporal, 


33 


Charlestown. 


- 


John D. Salvage, " 


28 


Swampscott. 


- 


William W. Bowman, " 




28 


it. 


[wounds, Mar. 21, 1863. 


George A. White, " 




25 


Sharon, . . 


Discharg'd on account of 


William Shields, Musician, 




14 


Dorchester. 


- _ 


John E. Rowell, " 




18 


Charlestown. 


_ _ 


Anthony, William, 




25 


Boston. . . 


- 


Atwood, George F., 






24 


— - 


Des'd Oct. 15, '62. 


Blanchard, Edward A. 






22 


Swampscott. 


- 


Blanchard, Horace, 






21 


a 


- 


Blanchard, Leonard, 






18 


" 


_ _ 


Brackett, John E., 






27 


Charlestown. 


~ — 


Blaney, Elbridge G., 






40 


Swampscott. 


- - 


Brown, William, . 






27 


Boston. . . 


— — 


Blaney, G. Dudley, 






20 


Swampscott, 


. Died June 21, '63. 


Beecher, John G., 






37 


Chelsea, 


. Deser'd Oct. 7, '62. 


Camp, William H., 






32 


Boston. . . 


_ - 


Caswell, Richard B., 






20 


Swampscott. 


- - 


Clark, George P., . 






30 


Maiden. 


. 


Chase, John L., . 






31 


Cambridge. 


— 


Clapp, Horace W., 






33 


Sharon. . 


_ 


Cobb, George R., . 






21 


E. Cambridge 


— — 


Colby, John, 






23 


Swampscott. 


_ _ 


CoHins, William H., 






23 


u 


_ _ 


Cummings, Henry, 






28 


Boston. . 


_ _ 


Crandall, Oscar C., 






23 


Bristol, Vt. 


[Oct. 27, 1862. 


Coan, John C, 






35 


- 


Discharg'd fordisabilityi 


Clark, Edwin R., . 






35 


E. Cambridge 


Killed in action, Dec. 14, 


Donovan, Charles, 






26 


Boston. . . 


[1862. 


Douglas, Sylvester F., 






26 


Swampscott. 




Davenport, William S. 






33 


Boston. . . 


[1862. 


Dandley, Thomas, 






35 


Swampscott, 


Killed in action, Dec. 16» 


Elhs, Frederick 0., 






26 


u 


_ _ 


Fisher, Daniel, 






18 


Boston. . . 


_ 


Garham, John, 






30 


Swampscott. 


- 


Graves, George, Jr., 






32 


E. Cambridge 


— _ 


Gregory, Thomas, 






35 


K 


_ _ 


Gerald, William H., 






29 


W. Randolph 


_ - 


Gay, George F., . 






18 


Sharon. . . 


- - 


Glass, Joseph W., . 






18 


Swampscott. 


- 


Hayes, Lemuel W., 






21 


Boston. . . 


- 


Hastings, Charles B., 






39 


E. Cambridge 


_ _ 


Hutchins, Charles S., 






29 


Edgecomb,Me 


- - 


Hutchinson, Edward C. 


, 




30 


E. Cambridge 


_ _ 


Knowles, William F., 






27 


Stoneham. . . 


[March 28, 1863. 


Kershaw, James, . 






35 


Boston, . . . 


Discharg'd for disability, 


Lathrop, Jos. F., . 






25 


Charlestown. 


- 


Lord, Theo. W., . 






26 


Boston. . . 


_ _ 


Lawrence, Alden B., 






21 


(( 


_ _ 


Lee, Jos. W., 






20 


u 


- - 



296 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company E — Con. 
Mollneux, Robert G., 
McLaughlin, Thomas, 
Millett, Orlando E., 
Morris, Moses, 
Newcomb, Stephen A., , 
O'Grady, Martin, . 
Otis, James E., 
Phillips, E,ienzi, . 
Phillips, Benjamin, 
Phillips, William H., 
Power, James, 
Plympton, Lewis S. F., 
Porter, Merritt E., 
Putney, Koyal W., 
Plagne, William W., 
Proctor, Martin C, 
Palmer, George F., 
Price, William B., 
Powell, James, 
Ramsdell, John, . 
Kyder, Joshua A., 
Kich, Richard L., 
Raymond, Charles F., 
Raymond, William T., 
Sargeant, Benjamin, 
Smith, George H., 
Sawin, Thomas K., 
Sanborn, William H., 
Smith, Charles H., 
Saxton, Henry L., 
Symes, William H., 
Stimpson, John G., 
Stone, Caleb O., . 
Tilden, John D., . 
Tongue, Robert B., 
Wellington, Joseph D., 
Wiley, Edwin F., 
Watson, George W., 
Whitcomb, John D., 
Whitcomb, Henry C., 
Wilson, Sylvester E., 
Wilder, Francis W., 
Williams, John H., 

I Company F— Framingham. 
Edward F. Daland, Captain, 
Samuel C. Ellis, 1st Lieutenant, . 
Theodore C. Hurd, 2d Lieuten'nt, 
Marshall L. Eaton, 1st Sergeant, . 
Homer Rogers, Sergeant, 



19 
29 
21 
19 
18 
18 
35 
22 
22 
22 
36 
18 
24 
18 
22 
21 
22 
33 
34 
36 
23 
18 
25 
18 
40 
18 
21 
28 
19 
41 
23 
44 
27 
22 
30 
37 
20 
18 
28 
31 
24 
29 
38 



26 
26 
25 
30 



Roxbury. 
Boston. . 
Swampscott, 
Boston. . 
Swampscott, 

Boston, . 
Swampscott. 



Boston. . 
Sharon. . 
Swampscott. 
Cambridge. 
Charlestown 



E. Cambridge, 
Boston, . . 
Swampscott 
Provincetown. 
Swampscott 
Boston, . . 



E. Boston, . 
Lexington. . 
Cambridge. 
S. Boston. . 
Boston. . . 

Swampscott, 

Charlestown. 
Swampscott, 
E. Cambridge 
Swampscott. 

a .. 

Boston. . . 

a 
Charlestown. 

a 

Boston, . 
Boston. . . 

a 

Framingham. 
Sudbury. . 



Disc'd June 17, '63. 



Dis. disab'y, Oct. 17, '62. 

Died June 27, '63. 
Des'd Nov. 4, '62. 



Des'd Oct. 4, 1862. 

Dis. disab'y, Oct. 17, '62. 



Dis. disab'y, June 1, '63. 

Died Dec. 11, '62. 

[wounds. Mar. 28, 1863. 
Discharg'd on account of 



KU'dinact'nDee.l4, 62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



297 



K A M E S . 



Company F — Con. 
Samuel F. Draper, Serg't, 
Wallace J. Tillson, " 
Joseph H. Bird, 
Arthur Dakin, Corporal, 
Ira B. Fenton, " 
Charles W. Hall, " 
B. Hemmenway, " 
Nelson H. Howe, " 
Luther S. Johnson, " 
H. D. Parmenter, " 
M. H. Parkinson, " 
Frank H. Hurd, Musician, 
Albert B. Richardson, Musician, 
Brackett, Orrin T., 
Babb, Charles N., 
Bird, Charles H., . 
Bird, Frank D., . 
Barber, Ephraim I., 
Butterfield, James B., 
Bacon, Asa B., 
Brown, Edgar, 
Brown, Levi F., . 
Bond, Edward P., 
Cloyes, Joseph C, 
Chick, James, 
Childs, George H., 
Chenery, Jetlerson W. 
Creelman, James M., 
Cutler, Daniel, 
Clark, Charles A., 
Chapman, Alvin A., 
Cunningham, John, 
Cunningham, Patrick, 
Cheney, Heman F., 
Dean, Thomas A., 
Delany, Roger, 
Dalton, Joseph G., 
Eaton, John H., . 
Fairbanks, Frank P., 
Fanning, Michael L., 
Gibbs, Lorenzo, . 
Goodnow, Alfred C, 
Gilman, Jos., 
Hemenway, Henry N., 
Hosmer, Sylvester G., 
Haynes, George H., 
Hager, George F., 
Hills, WiUiam K., 
Hubbard, Martin J., 
Holt, Samuel M., . 



27 
19 
28 
22 
30 
24 
26 
23 
21 
28 
27 
18 
19 
21 
18 
21 
28 
33 
32 
41 
21 
33 
32 
28 
23 
20 
27 
20 
19 
38 
30 
31 
19 
26 
18 
22 
31 
24 
18 
43 
33 
13 
31 
20 
25 
27 
18 
21 
31 
37 



Framingham. 

Boston. 

Sudbury. . 
Framingham. 

a 

Sudbury. . 
Framingham. 
Nahant. . . 
Wayland. . 
Framingham. 
Sudbury. . 
u 

Framingham. 
Lynn. . . 
Framingham. 



Sudbury. 

u 

Natick. . 
Boston. . 
Wayland, 
Framingham. 



Milton, . . 

Framingham, 
Wayland. . 
Framingham. 
Roxbury. . 
Sudbury. . 
Wayland. . 
Framingham. 



Framingham. 

Southboro'. 

Framingham. 

u 

Wayland. . 
Southboro'. 
Andover. . 



Dls'd June 22, '63. 



Dis. disab'y, Apr. 23, '63. 

Transf'd to Co. I. 



Died Jan. 29, '63. 



Desr'd Oct. 24, '62. 



38 



298 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company F — Con. 
Holtliam, Jos., 
Howe, E. Franklin, 
Hammon, George W., 
Hosmer, Dan N., . 
Jones, Theo. A., . 
Johnson, Sydney C, 
Johnson, Edwin W., 
Johnson, Welcome J., 
Johnson, Hervey S., 
Johnson, Edwai-d J , 
Johnson, Edmund B., 
Kelley, Martin, . 
Ladd, Charles H., 
Luker, John, 
McGrath, William, 
McKnight, Edward, 
McNamara, William, 
McDonald, Edward, 
Moore, Charles H., 
Merrill, James W., 
Nixon, Marcellus, . 
Newton, Nathan J., 
Puffer, Alpheus, . 
Putney, Henry M., 
Rhoades, Anson A., 
Ryan, John O., . 
Russell, Theo. F., 
Robinson, Alexander, 
Reddy, Daniel, 
Spaulding, Charles C, 
Scott, William, . 
Shaughnessy, John, 
Taft, George H., . 
Temple, William E., 
Tower, Freeman A., 
Thomson, LeRoy B., 
Vose, Abner S., . 
Valentine, Walter, 
Walkup, Joel M., 
White, William F., 
White, Wellington S., 
Whitney, Lorenzo P., 
Winch, Henry F., 
Winch, Edwin A., 
Washburn, Thomas, 

Company G— Boston. 
Joseph Murdock, Captain, 
Theo. A. Thayer, 1st Lieutenant, 
Benjamin H. Stickney, 2d Lieut. 



20 
31 
42 
18 
18 
19 
19 
22 
19 
30 
30 
22 
20 
32 
22 
28 
22 
34 
24 
21 
29 
19 
22 
23 
25 
35 

28 
38 
24 
19 
23 
36 
30 
22 
23 
29 
22 
35 
42 
18 
21 
27 
24 
37 



52 
24 



Framlngham. 

Boston, . 
Framingham, 
Sudbury, . 
Nahant. 



Framingham. 
Andover. . 
Cambridge. 
Framingham. 
Southboro'. 
Framingham. 
Boston. . . 
Marlboro'. . 
Andover, . 
Framingham. 
u 

Sudbury. . 
Framingham, 



Framingham, 
Sudbury. - 

S. Boston, . 
Framingham. 



Boston. . . 
Framingham. 
Boston. . . 
Framingham. 



Nahant. 
Framingham. 



Roxbury. . 
Boston. . . 
W. Roxbury, 



Transfer'd to Co. I. 
Died Feb. 1, '63. 



Died Jan. 20, '63. 



Died of wMs, Ap. 28, '63. 



Died May 28, '63. 

Desr'd Oct. 26, '62. 

" Nov. 3, '62. 



Transfer'd to Co. I. 



[Dec. 11, 1862. 
Discharge! for disability, 



[Ma3' 31, 1863. 
I )iscliarg'd for promot'n, 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



299 



NAMES. 


to 

< 


Kesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company G — Con. 








Moses E. Wai'e, 2d Lieutena 


Qt, . 21 


Roxbury. . . 


- - 


George Thatcher, 1st Sergea 


Qt, . 24 


N. Bridgew'r. . 


- - 


Thomas R. Koach, Sergeant, 


. 38 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


James E. Day, " 


. 32 


a 


- 


Richard C. Chace, " 


. 18 


u 


- - 


Ephraim Stearns, " 


. 23 


Waltham. . 


- - 


Charles H. Manning, " 


. 21 


Jamaica Plain 


Died June 21, '63. 


George G. Adams, Corporal, 


. 25 


Boston. . . 


- 


Amos A. Brewster, " 


. 18 


u 


— — 


James W. Champney, " 


. 19 


Roxbury. . 




Thomas P. Smith, " 


. 23 


Waltham. . 


— — 


Nathan Warren, " 


. 24 


u 


- 


Samuel E. Wetherbee, " 


. 24 


Boston. . . 


- 


S. Ward Jaques, " 


. 21 


Somerville. 


- 


John D. Flynn, " 


. 24 


Boston. . .' 


- 


Davis H. Packard, Musician, 


. 18 


N. Bridgew'r. 


-^ 


Marcus H. Reynolds, " 


. 18 


(( 


- 


Allen, George E., 


, 18 


(t 


— — 


Bent, William Q., 


. 24 


Quincy. . . 


- - 


Burnes, Daniel W., 


. 26 


Roxbury. . 


- 


Brown, William F., 


. 20 


S. Scituate. 


- - 


Brett, William S., 


. 18 


N. Bridgewa'r 


- - 


Barker, George T., 




. 35 


Boston. . . 


- - 


Brown, Edward W., 




. 31 


Belmont. . 


- 


Buttrick, Charles, 




. 34 


Boston. . . 


[June 2, 1863. 


Bryant, Ellis W., 




. 17 


N. Bridgewa'r 


Discharged to re-enlist. 


Cowan, Albert I., 




^ . 23 


Brookline. . 


- - 


Cain, Jonathan D., 




. 21 


Quincy. 


- 


Crocker, Charles A., 




. 18 


N. Bridgewa'r 


- 


Cummings, Charles L., 




. 23 


Boston. . . 


- 


Chandler, Sidney, 




. 19 


N. Bridgewa'r 


- 


Damon, Ensign B., 




. 32 


S. Scituate. 


_ _ 


Damon, Freeman, 




. 40 


(( 


_ - 


Elchhorn, Ernst F., 




. 84 


Hingham. . 


- - 


Ford, Joseph JST., Jr., 




. 24 


Boston. . . 


- 


Fass, Henry, 




. 24 


a 


- 


Farrow, Charles H., 




. 40 


S. Scituate. 


- - 


. Field, Richard, . 




. 27 


N. Bridgewa'r 


- - 


Frost, G. Frank, . 




. 18 


Waltham. . 


[May 13, 1863. 


Fisher, Aaron E., 




. 25 


Roxbury, . 


Discharged for prom'n. 


Gibbs, Andrew C, 




. 18 


N. Bridgewa'r 


— — 


Grover, John Y., 




. 25 


Boston. . . 


_ 


Hobart, Albert I., 




. 35 


Tisbury. 


- 


Hunneman, Joseph H., 


Jr., 


. 24 


Roxbury. . 


» - 


Hunneman, James C, 




. 27 


a 


— — 


Hewes, Joshua C, 




. 36 


u 


- _ 


Hersey, Francis, • 




. 27 


Hingham. . 


- - 


Hodgkins, Moses D., 




. 43 


_ _ 


_ - 


Jones, Abbot L., 




. 35 


Quincy. 


_ _ 


Kendall, John W., 




. 32 


Roxbury. . 


— — 



300 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



iJ A M K S . 


< 


Residence. 


Eemarks. 


Company G — Con. 








Kemp, Georije D., . . • 


18 


Roxbury. . . 


- - 


Kilburn, Thomas 11., . 






19 


S. Scituate. 


- - 


Kimball, George P., 






26 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Lee, Patrick, 






20 


11 


- — 


Lowrv, William, . 






27 


Hingham. . . 


- - 


Litchfield, Alfred B., . 






25 


S. Scituate. 


- - 


Litchfield, Edwin M., . 






18 


a 


- - 


Loring, Augustus B., . 






22 


N. Bridgewa'r. 


- - 


Little, Henry 0., 






28 


Hingham. . . 


- - 


Marsh, Josiah L., 






32 


(.i 


- — 


Mayhew, John R., 






21 


u 


- — 


Morse, Edmund B., 






21 


Edgartown. . 


- - 


Morse, Lewellyn, 






18 


Waltham. . . 


- 


Maguire, Robert S., 






21 


N. Bridgewa'r. 


— — 


Nichols, Addison F., . 






19 


S. Scituate. . 


- 


Olney, Danforth K., . 






31 


- 


- 


Payne, Reuben H., 






19 


S. Scituate. . 


- - 


Page, C. Robinson, 






33 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Page, Luke J., 






28 


u 


- - 


Pratt, Seth W., . 






19 


Roxbury. . . 


- - 


Pendergast. Daniel W. 






27 


(( 


- — 


Pratt, Nathan C, 






41 


Quincy. . . 


- - 


Packard, Moses A., ' 






19 


N. Bridgewa'r. 


- - 


Stackpole, Frederick W 


^., 




21 


Roxbury. . . 


- — 


Souther, James, . 






39 


Hingham. . . 


- - 


Storer, Robert W., 






22 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Soule, Lewis M., 






18 


Quincy. . • 


- 


Stowell, Josiah W., 






25 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Stowell, John, 






38 


a 


- - 


Sprague, Artemas, 






29 


Hingham. . . 


- 


Stevens, John, 






23 


Roxbury. . . 


[Jaue 2, 1863. 


Shaw, J. Warren, 






22 


N. Bridgewa'r, 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Taylor, Frank H., 






21 


Roxbury. . . 


- - 


Tally, Herbert J., 






23 


u 


- — 


Trobitz, Edward, 






31 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Totman, John F., 






20 


S. Scituate. . 


- 


Totman, Andrew W., 






33 


Hanover. . . 


- 


Tribon, Charles E., 






37 


N. Bridgewa'r. 


[June 2, 1863., 


Vose, William H., 






19 


11 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Wales, B. Reed, . 






20 


Dorcbester. 


- 


Weeks, Reuben, 






40 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Watts, Daniel J., 






22 


Hingham. . . 


- - 


"Winslow, Albert, 






22 


S. Scituate. 


- - 


White, Joseph H., 






27 


Quincy. . . 


*" 


Company H— Boston. 








Oliver W. Peabody, Captain, 


28 


Boston, . . . 


Pro'd Lt. Col. Oct. 8, '62. 


Lewis W. Tappan, Jr., " 


22 


W. Roxbury. . 


— — 


Lewis W. Tappan, Jr., 1st Lieut., 


22 


u 


Pro'd Capt. Oct. 14, '62. 


Alfred Winsor, Jr., " " . 


24 Brookline. . . 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



801 



Company H — Con. 
Alfred Winsor, Jr., 2d Lieutenant, 
Alfred K. Post, " " 
Oliver S. Cleaveland, 1st Sergt., 
Alexander Barney, Sergeant, 
Alfred H. Kinsley, " 
Gideon F. Swain, " 

Henry A. Hinckley, " 
Theodore Parkman, " 
Robert Calder, Jr., Corporal, 
George H. Ellis, " 

Timothy B. Folger, " 
James H. Vincent, " 

Francis M. Folger, " 

William H. Macy, 
Allan McNabb, " 

Charles L. Ingram, " 

Charles S. Ressell, " 

William F. Chadwick, Musician, 
Codrad H. Guluch, " 

Adams, AVilliam C, 
Arnold, Lyndon C, 
Allen, Caleb F., . 
Atheau, Eliashlt A., 
Bacon, Allen, 
Bearse, Gilbert A., 
Brown, George F., 
Brown, Alfred C, 
Brown, Henry, 
Briggs, Charles F., 
Burke, Hugh, 
Clisby, Henry B., . 
Crocker, Charles W., 
Crocker, Samuel F., 
Cushman, Oliver, . 
Crawford, Samuel C, 
Coffin, Obed, 

Daggett, Edward H., 
Ellis, Charles, 
Fisher, Albert P., . 
Fox, James, . 
Francis, Jos. W., . 
Fuller, AnsellE., 
Folger, Daniel W., 
Gibbs, Stephen S., 

Gromer, Henry, . 
Harper, James, Jr., 
Harvey, George, . 
Hewitt, Horace, . 



24 
19 
40 
21 
24 
23 
44 
25 
21 
31 
31 
20 
35 
36 
21 
26 
23 
16 
18 
32 
19 
26 
22 
18 
20 
30 
27 
32 
22 
24 
18 
23 
44 
21 
35 
45 



20 
19 
19 
28 
21 
23 
19 

29 
18 
24 
29 



Brookline, 
New York. 

Nantucket. 

it 

Springfield 
Nantucket. 

Newton, 
Nantucket. 



Tisbury. 
Nantucket. 



Boston, . 
Nantucket, 
Boston. . 

Tisbury. 

St.J'hnsb'y,Vt, 

Nantucket. 

Tisbury. 

Nantucket. 

Falmouth. 

Nantucket. 



Boston. . 
Nantucket. 



Boston. . 
Nantucket. 
Falmouth. 
Nantucket, 



Tisbury, 
Boston. . 

Nantucket. 



Pro'dlstLt.,Oct, 14, '62. 



[iaG2. 

Died of wounds, Dec. 16, 



[1362. 
Died of -svounds, Jan. 16, 

Died June 17, 'Co. 



[Jan. 10, 1863. 

Discharg'd for disability, 

Dischar'd on account of 

•wounds, April, 28, 1S63. 

Killed in action, Dec. 16, 

[1S62. 



[Feb. 27, 1863. 

Discharg'd for disability, 

Dischar'd on account of 

■wounds, Feb. 28, 1863. 

Dischar'd on account of 

[wounds, May 9, 1863. 



302 ADJUTANT-GENERxiL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company H — Con. 
Hodges, Albert, . 
Howe, William M., 
Hudson, James B., 
Hussejp Albert M., 
Hall, Davis, . 
Hopkins, Freeman D., 
Holmes, Charles C, 
Johnson, Abraham H., 
Jones, John A., . 
Johnson, Edward H., 
Kelly, John E., . 
Lamb, John M., . 
Lewis, Simeon L., 
Mansfield, Alexander, 
McLeran, James R., 
Mitchell, Jos. A., . 
Morrill, Horace D., 
Munn, Charles H., 
Marden William C., 
Moore, Alexander P., 

Morey, Jos. B., 
Mortimer, Jos. W., 
Nevins, Thomas, . 
Nickerson, Lucas A., 
Parker, William H., 
Pease, William W., 
Pike, Charles S., . 
Place, Jonas M., . 
Ray, William B., . 
Ray, Charles F., . 
Rand, John W., . 
Reynolds, Charles, 
Robinson, George, 
Robinson, George K., 
Richardson, Charles T. 
Smith, Francis B., 
Snow, George W., 
Spencer, George G. L., 
Stearns, George, 
Sylvester, George H., 
Symmes, John H., 
Snell, Austin, 
Swain, John T., . 
Turner, Francis P., 
Thompson, John, . 
Waldron, Joseph B., 
Wheelock, Henry G., 



18 
42 
18 
19 
33 
34 
42 
28 
19 
21 
18 
23 
39 
29 
30 
21 
18 
23 
28 
26 

42 
22 
18 
19 
37 
42 
20 
22 
42 
36 
43 
26 
43 
18 
22 
32 
18 
39 
35 
28 
23 
28 
18 
22 
21 
20 
27 



Nantucket. 

Tisbury. 

Nantucket. 



Nantucket, 
Lexington. . 
Boston. . . 
Newfane, Vt., 
Boston, . 
Nantucket. 



Boston. . 

Nantucket. 



Nantucket, 
Boston, . 
Nantucket. 
Tisbury. 
Nantucket. 
Tisbury. 
Boston. . 
a 

Nantucket. 



Boston, . 
Nantucket. 



S. Scituate 
Nantucket. 
Boston. . 



Nantucket. 

Tisbury. 
Walpole,N.Ii 



[wounds, April 3, '63. 
Dischar'd on account of 
Transf. to Co. F, Oct. '62. 

Died June 24, '63. 

[wounds, May 28, '63. 
Dischar'd on account of 

Deser'd Nov. 5,'62. 



[wounds. May 9, '63. 
Dischar'd on account of 
Killed accidentally on 
K.K., June 24, 1863. 

Died Feb. 15, '63. 
Deser'd Nov. 5,'62. 



Died ofw'ds,Dec.l8,'62. 
App. Com.-Sgt., Oct.,'62. 



Died Nov. 7, '62. 

Dischar'd for disability. 
[Oct. 2, 1862. 

Des'd Oct. 24, '62. 

App. Sg't-Maj., Oct., '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continu ed. 



303 



X A M E S . 




Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company I— Boston 








Charles 0. Rich, Captain, . 


28 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


John D. Thompson, 1st Lieut., 


26 


u 


- 


Edward R. Blagden, 2d Lieut., . 


25 


" 


_ 


John F. Jackson, 1st Sergeant, . 


28 


" ... 


- - 


Renssellaer A. Knight, Sergeant, . 


26 


Belmont. . . 


- 


Ebenezer Green, " 


40 


Wrentham. 


- 


Alonzo F. Bennett, " 


21 


a 


- 


Peter W. Freeman, " 


18 


Boston, . . . 


Died July 3, 1863. 


William H. Fisher, Corporal, 


28 


Wrentham. 


- 


Aaron A. Bennett, " 


21 


(( 


- 


James A. Marden, " 


23 


Windh'm.N.H. 


- 


Edward T. Russell, 


36 


W. Cambri'ge. 


- 


Warren K. Southwick, " 


27 


Troy, N. y. . 


- 


Emanuel Hollander, " 


27 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Theodore L. Kelley, " 


29 


" 


- 


David Fales, " 


19 


Wrentham. 


- - 


Edmund F. Partridge, Musician. . 


17 


u 


- 


Francis G. Pond, " 


16 


Milford. ." '. 


- 


Appley, Oliver G., . . . 


44 


Hyannis. . . 


- 


Baker, Levi A., . 






19 


Barnstable. 


— — 


Bailey, Henry, 






17 


Milford. . . 


- 


Bennett, David S., 






18 


Wrentham. 


- - 


Blake, William L., 






21 


ki 


- 


Blanchard, John H., 






18 


Charlestown. . 


- - 


Brigham, Frederick G., 






18 


Boston. . . . 


_ - 


Butters, Edward F., 






19 


Newton. . . 


- 


Bacon, Harvey, . 






32 


AV. Cambri'ge. 


- 


Bender, George W., 






22 


Baltimore, Md. 


- - 


Boerdhouse, Dennis, 






24 


Boston, . . . 


Kil'din ac'n,Bec. 16,]62. 


Brooks, Albert, . 






26 


" 


Died of w'ds, Dec. 14,'62. 


Brooks, Frank, . 






23 


W. Cambri'ge, 


Dis. ac't-w'ds,Mar.2,"63 


Burnside, Robert, 






_ 


_ _ 


Desr'dOct.27,'62. 


Buttrick, Charles, 






34 


Boston, . . . 


Trans, to Co. G. 


Brown, Levi F., . 






33 


" 


" " F. 


Castlo, Andrew J., 






26 


" 


- 


Cobb, Henry G. 






30 


Wrentham. 


- ., 


Colly er, John L., 






24 


Gloucester. 


- 


Coyne, James B., 






27 


Cambridge. 


- 


Cunningham, John, 






31 


Milton. . . . 


- 


Cunningham, Patrick, 






18 


u 


_ 


Campbell, John G., 






27 


Alien. . . . 


- 


Chapman, Alvin W., 






- 


- - 


Des'd Oct. 30, '62. 


Darling, Wilson, . 






38 


Wrentham. 


- 


Dorring, John, 






31 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Dunn, Michael, . 






_ 


_ _ 


Des'd Oct. 11, '62. 


Eaton, Russell, 






41 


W. Dennis. . 


_ _ 


Frost, Reuben, 






36 


W. Cambri'ge. 


_ - 


French, Thomas, 






44 


Boston. . . . 


_ — 


Fislier, Daniel W., 






20 


Wrentham. 


_ — 


Foss, George A., . 






18 


Manchester. . 


— ~ 



304 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company I — Con. 








FIckett, Mark S., 


27 


Belmont. . . 


- - 


Ferguson, John, . 


. 


28 


Alien. . . . 


- 


Flynn, John D., . 




24 


Boston. . . . 


Trans, to Co. G. 


Glover, John, 






20 


" 


- 


Goss, Arthur L., . 






2i 


Rye, N. IT." '. 


- 


Green, Nelson S., 






26 


Wrentham. 


_ 


Gordon, Frank, . 






- 


- 


Des'd Oct. 25, '02. 


Healey, Thomas, . 






21 


Belmont. . . 


- 


Hartlage, Christian, 






22 


Alien. . . . 


- 


Harris, John, 






37 


K 


- 


Hemenway, Frank W., 






17 


Wrentham. 


- 


Hopkins, Freeman D., . 






34 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Harmon, George W., . 






42 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Hill, Amos W., . 






22 


W. Cambr'ge. 


- - 


Hewes, William, . 






25 


Alien. . . . 


- 


Hosmer, Sylvester G., . 






25 


Southboro', 


Tr. to Co. F, Oct. 24, '62. 


Holtham, Jos., 






20 


Framingham, . 


Oct. 21, '62. 


Howe, Franklin E., 






31 


u 


Oct. 21, '62. 


Johansen, Peter, . 






27 


Alien. . . . 


- 


Kain, John, . 






21 


Boston, . . . 


- 


Kendall, Charles P., 






22 


Wrentham. 


- 


Kingsley, Samuel C, 






35 


a 


- 


Krom, Martin, 






40 


EUenv'le, N.Y. 


- 


Kearney, James, . 






- 


- - ' 


Desr'd Oct. 19, '62.' 


Linnell, Isaiah B., 






18 


Barnstable. 


- - 


Lord, Jos. B., 






18 


Milton. . . . 


- 


McEwen, Robert, 






27 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Mather, Caleb T., 






25 


u 


- 


Mason, Edwin A., 






19 


Wrentham. 


- 


McDonald, James, 






21 


Halifax, N. S. . 


- 


Melcher, Jos. K., . 






31 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Miles, Edward, . 






23 


Philadelphia. . 


- - 


Milner, Josl F., . 






42 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Myars, John, 






22 


Alien. . . . 


- 


McGilvray, Angus, 






23 


Newton. . . 


[14, 1862. 


Murphy, James, . 






23 


Halifax, N. S., 


Killed in action, Dec. 


Munroe, Charles E., 






20 


Wrentham, 


Died June 22, '03. 


Maguire, Charles F., 






- 


- - 


Desr'd Oct. 15, '62. 


McMann, Bernard, 






- 


_ 


" Oct. 11, '62. 


McCready, John, . 






- 


- 


" Oct. 27, '62. 


Mullin, Thomas, . 






- 


- 


" Oct. 30, '62. 


Morse, Lewellyn, . 






- 


- 


Tr. to Co. F, Oct. 24, '62. 


Moore, Charles H., 






24 


Marlboro', . . 


Oct. 21. '62. 


Nevem, Peter, 






23 


S. Boston. . . 


- - 


Parsons, Charles C, 






34 


Manchester. . 


[April, 1863. 


Proctor, Benjamin, 






20 


S. Boston, . . 


Discharg'd for disability, 


Querbach, Eberhard, 






31 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Reed, Edward F., 






19 


" 


- - 


Reed, William H., 






18 


" 


- 


Rich, Thomas P., Jr., 






20 


u 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



306 



Company I — Con. 
Eockwood, Benjamin H., 



Roche, George, . 
Kussell, Charles S., 
Schwarter, John, . 
Sears, Albert A., . 
SpoiFord, John A., 
Stearns, George A., 
Sullivan, Dennis P., 
Shaughnessy, John, 
Seavey, Edwin, . 
Thayer, Emery, . 
Westie, Charles, . 
Whittemore, Henry W. 
Whitney, Myron W., 
Wilson, Jacob, 
Williams, Edward B., 
Welsh, Patrick J., 



Company K— Boston, 
George H. Homans, Captain, 
Charles A. Walker, 1st Lieut., 
John H. Eobinson, 2d " 
James R. Walker, 1st Sergeant, 
James E. Maynadier, Sergeant, 
William M. Goodridge, " 
John Treat, " 

William H. Ward, " 

Edward Harris, Corporal, 
Charles E. Van Meter, 
Theo. S. Thompson, 
Franklin A. Ladd, 
John H. Keating, 
William B. Leatherbee, 
Charles S. Newhall, 
William I. Rand, 
Albert L. Bowen, Musician, 
Thomas Kelley, " 

Allen, John E., . 
Ames, Jason F., . 
Abbott, James, 
Bates, Abner N., . 
Bubier, Joseph E., 
Bailey, Hollis A., . 
Blackwell, Elbridge G., 
Baker, John C, . 
Britt, Thomas, 
Bridges, Oren, 
Bagley, Frank H., 
Boston, Charles, . 



26 
23 
35 
26 
30 
23 

19 
30 
40 
27 
24 
36 



34 

21 
30 
19 
23 
26 
31 
33 
25 
29 
20 
18 
34 
19 
20 
24 
16 
16 
33 
36 
18 
18 
18 
39 
39 
39 
38 
44 
21 



Wrentham, 



Alien. . . 
Wrentham. 
S. Boston. . 
Belmont. . 
Cambridge. 
S. Boston. . 

Wrentham. 
Alien. . . 
W. Cambridge 
Boston. . . 
Gloucester. 
Wrentham. 



Boston. . 

Newton. 
Boston. . 

Newton. 
Boston. . 

a 

Brighton. 
New York. 
Roxbury. 
Boston. . 
S. Boston. 
Boston. . 



Discharged on account 
of wounds, May 27, '63. 

Desr'd Oct. 11, '62. 

Transferred to Co, H, 

[Oct. 21, 1862. 



Desr'd Oct. 16, '62. 



Desr'd Oct. 11, '62. 



'rt, 



Cambridgep 
Andover. 
E. Cambri 
S. Boston. 
Newton. 
Beverly, 
Cohasset. 
Boston. . 
Newton. 

u 

Boston. . 



Kenduskeag, Me. 

Boston. . . 



Diedofw'ds Jan.24, '6 



Dis. Je. 2, '63, re-enlist. 



Des'd Oct. 7, 1862, 



39 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


a Kesldence. 

< 


Remarks. 


Company K — Con. 








Brown, George, . . . • 


- 


-. 


Desrt'd Oct. 7, '62. 


Cousin, James F., 






21 


E. Boston. . . 


- 


Clark, Alsen E., . 






23 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Cousins, Franklin H., . 






18 


Lyman, Me. . 


- 


Cosgrove, Henry, 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Cooper, George, . 
Casey, Patrick, . * 






25 


Lowell, . t . . 


Killed in act. Dec. 14, '62. 






- 


- 


Des'd Oct. 7, 1862. 


Corboy, James, . 






- 


- - 


a ti 


Dolan, Eugene, . 






21 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Dykes, Joseph, 






39 


" 


- 


Davis, Josiah, 






45 


Newton. . . 


- — 


Dailey, John, 






22 


E. Cambridge. 


- - 


Devine, James, 






18 


S. Boston, . . 


r>is. re-enlist, Je. 2, '63. 


Davenport, Thomas, . 






30 


Boston, . . . 


Des'd Oct. 31, '62. 


Ellis, George A. C, . 






19 


" 


- - 


Eldred, Jordan W., . 






37 


" 


- 


Fitzgerald, George, 






19 


u 


- 


Freeman, Lemuel, 






32 


S. Scituate. . 


- 


Franklin, Freeman, 






18 


Newton. . . 


- 


Flynn, AVilliam, . 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- — 


French, Hiram F., 






24 


" 


- 


Foster, Albert I., . 






19 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Ferras, Frank, 






33 


Boston, . 


Dis. disab'y, May 9, '63. 


Gipson, Edward H., 






33 


Newton. . . 


- - 


Greenhalgh, William, 






36 


Shirley. . . . 


- - 


George, Francis, . 






- 


- 


Des'd Oct. 7, 1862. 


Hayes, John E., . 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Havlin, John B., . 






27 


E. Boston. . . 


- 


Hawksworthy, James, 






28 


Shirley. . . 


- 


Houghton, Lewis B., 






36 


Newton. . . 


- 


Harrington, Henry C, 






36 


u 


- 


Holmes, Thomas F., 






18 


N. Sandwich. . 


- 


Hoffman, Edward, 






29 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Holt, liosea E., 






26 


Keene, N. H. . 


- - 


Hamilton, James, 






- 


- 


Deser'd Oct. 7, '62. 


Harris, Edward, 2d, 






- 


- 


U (( 


Kelley, John F., 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Kimball, Reuben, Jr., 






32 


Conway, N. H. 


- - 


Kingsmill, James, 






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- 


Deser'd Oct. 7, '62. 


Lanckton, Charles W., 






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Boston. . . . 


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Langley, Edwin P., 






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Lanegan, Michael, 






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- 


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Myers, Charles A. M., 






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Pittsburg, Pa. 


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Morton, George W., 






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W. Cambri'ge. 


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Maley, Michael, . 






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Newton. . . 


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McDonald, Thomas, 






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Koxbury. . . 


[Nov. 5, 1862. 


Moore, Daniel, 






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Dischar'd for disability, 


Merrill, Alvin A., 






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Boston, . . . 


Dis. ao't w'ds,Junc 1,"63. 


McCarty, Jeremiah, 






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_ 


Died Oct. 18, '62. 


Mahoney, Michael, 






" 




Deser'd Oct. 7, '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Fifth Regiment — Concluded. 



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NAMES. 



Company K — Con. 
McDonald, Albert, 
Oliver, Joseph, 
Osley, Lewis, 
Purcill, Leonard, . 
Percy, Georjre, 
Parker, Wiliiam L., 
Parlin, Abel R., . 
Keed, William J., 
Kich, George H., 
Ricker, George E., 
Russell, Michael, 
Rice, Daniel G., . 
Reynolds, Charles, 
Stone, Frank F., 
Strong, George P., 
Sweeny, James M., 
Shurtleff, Chauncey C. 
Servus, Frank, 
Sullivan, Michael, 
Sheenan, James, . 
Smith, Joseph, 
Saunders, John, . 
Smith, George, 
Worthley, Alfred W., 
Wrightington William R., 
Williams, John, . 
Williams, Thomas, 



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Cambridgep't, 
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Newton. 



Roxbury. 

Newton. 

Cohasset. 

Newton. 

Chicago, 111 

Newton. 

Boston, . 



Boston. 



Desr'dOct. 31,'62. 
Desr'd Oct. 31, '62. 



Kil'd in ac'n, Dec. 14, '62. 
Died of w'ncls,Dec.l8,'62. 



Deser'd Oct. 7, 62. 



[wounds, May 2, 1863. 
Discharg'd on account of 

Desr'd Oct. 7, '62. 



Des'd Oct. 14, '62. 
« Oct. 21, '62. 



The Forty-Fifth Regiment was recruited at Camp Meigs, 
Readville, under the superintendence of Colonel Godman, and 
the officers and friends of the First Company of Cadets, First 
Division Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, from which corps 
most of its officers were taken. It was known, and ever will 
be, as the " Cadet Regiment." The record of its services is so 
well preserved in the following letters from Colonel Codman, 
that I publish them entire, and shall only add, that the 
modesty of the narrative is equalled only by the services ren- 
dered by the writer, and the gallant corps which he so well 
commanded : — 



308 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Head Quarters 45th Mass. Volunteer Militia, ) 
Boston, November 27th, 1863. ) 

Brigadier- General William Schouler, Adjutant- General : 

General : — In compliance with orders received from head-quarters, 
I proceed to give a brief narrative of the services performed by the 
Forty-Fifth Regiment of Volunteer Militia, during a period of nine 
months' service in the army of the United States. 

The regiment was raised and organized during the autumn of 1862, 
the field officers being commissioned on the 8th day of October. It was 
composed of companies raised at large throughout the Commonwealth, 
and citizens of more than two hundred cities and towns are numbered 
among its officers and soldiers. 

Orders were received in November, 1862, for the regiment to proceed 
to Newbern, North Carolina, and report to Major-General John G. 
Foster, then in command of the Department of North Carolina ; and it 
accordingly embarked in company with the Forty-Third and Forty- 
Sixth Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, on the 5th day of November. 
After a tedious detention by a storm, in Boston Harbor, the steamer 
Mississippi arrived at Morehead City, North Carolina, upon the 14th 
of November, bearing two companies of the Forty-Sixth Regiment, and 
the' entire Forty-Fifth Regiment. Upon the afternoon of that day, this 
regiment proceeded by train to Newbern, where I reported to General 
Foster, and was assigned by him to the brigade commanded by Colonel 
T. J. C. Amory, of the Seventeenth Massachusetts Volunteers, which 
was at that time composed of the Twenty-Third and Seventeenth 
Massachusetts Volunteers. The Forty-Third and Fifty-First Massa- 
chusetts Volunteer Militia were subsequently added to the brigade. 

This regiment remained encamped on the banks of the Trent, two 
miles south of Newbern, until the 12th of December. During this time 
the men were thoroughly drilled, and exercised in battalion and brigade 
movements. On the 29th of November, Captain Minot's company was 
detailed to proceed to Morehead City, and occupy that post. Captain 
Murdock's company was subsequently sent to Fort Macon, to form a 
portion of the garrison of that post. 

The remaining eight companies of the regiment marched as a portion 
of General Foster's force upon the expedition to Goldsboro', breaking 
up camp upon the 12th of December. Upon the 14th of that month 
occurred the battle of Kinston, in which the rebels, under General 
Evans, were totally defeated by our forces, and Kinston was occupied 
by our army. This regiment was hotly engaged, and sustained severe 
loss ; fifteen men being killed, and forty-three wounded. The soldiers 
behaved with the greatest steadiness and gallantry, and though exposed 
to a galling cross-fire, advanced resolutely through a dense wood and 
swamp upon the enemy, who were unable to withstand their attack. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 809 

Upon the 16th of December, the regiment again suffered at the bat- 
tle of Whitehall, a loss of four killed, and sixteen wounded. Among 
the killed was the gallant Sergeant Theodore Parkman, of Boston, who 
bore the United States colors. The regiment was not actively engaged 
in the battle of Goldsboro', which resulted in the burning of the rail- 
road bridge over the Neuse, and thus attaining the object of the expe- 
dition. The army returned to Newbern after the battle of Goldsboro', 
and the Forty-Fifth took possession of their old camp upon the 21st 
day of December. 

Upon the 3d of January, 1863, Captain Rich's company was ordered 
to relieve Captain Minot's company at Morehead City, and the latter 
company rejoined the regiment on the 4th day of January. Captain 
Rich's company was subsequently transferred to Fort Macon. On the 
17th day of January, the brigade proceeded upon a reconnoissance, 
towards Trenton, which place was occupied, but after being absent five 
days the troops returned to camp without having found the enemy. 

Upon the 26th of January, the regiment was transferred to the town 
of Newbern, where it acted as the provost-guard, until the 25th of 
April. It was then moved out of town, and encamped near the mouth 
of the Trent, on the south side of the Neuse. Captain Murdock's 
company was about this time relieved from duty, at Fort Macon, and 
placed in Fort Spinola, near the regiment. 

During the month of April, Colonel Amory's brigade made a recon- 
noissance towards Kinston, and this regiment, with the Seventeenth 
Massachusetts Volunteers, was engaged in a brisk skirmish on the rail- 
road, which is described in my oflBcial report of May 1st, 1863. 

During the remainder of the term of service, the regiment remained 
encamped near Fort Spinola. Captain Murdock's company having 
rejoined the regiment, Captain Rich's company was transferred from 
Fort Macon to Fort Spinola. 

Upon the 24th day of June the regiment broke up camp, and pro- 
ceeded to Morehead City, and there embarked for Boston in the steamers 
Spalding and Tillie. Arriving at Fortress Monroe on the 26th, the 
vessels sailed for Boston on the 27th, arriving upon the 30th. Upon 
the 8th day of July, the regiment was mustered out of the service of 
the United States at Readville. 

In connection with this narrative, I have the honor to refer to my 
official report, of the part taken by the regiment in the battles of Kin- 
ston and Whitehall. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Charles R. Codman, 
Colonel CommanAing Forty-Fifth Massachusetts. 



310 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Head-Quarters 45th Massachusetts Regiment, ) 
" Camp Massachusetts," near Newbern, May 4, 1863. ) 

Brigadier-General Wm. Schouler, Adjutant- General of Massachusetts : 
General : — In accordance with the custom of Massachusetts regi- 
ments, I have the honor to submit a report of the part taken by the 
troops under my command, on the expedition up the Atlantic and North 
Carolina Railroad, on the 28th of April. 

Upon the evening of the 27th of April, the First Brigade, First 
Division, Eighteenth Army Corps, being then at Cove Creek, on the 
railroad, I received orders from Colonel Amory, commanding the 
brigade, to send two companies of this regiment, under a field officer, to 
proceed up the railroad the next morning, early, and to endeavor to 
ascertain the strength of the enemy, with orders, however, not to drive 
in the enemy's pickets, or to engage in any action. Early on the 
morning of the 28th, the companies of Captains Minot and Tappan 
were placed under the orders of Major Sturgis, and that officer was 
directed to carry out the above instructions. The companies left camp 
before 7 o'clock, and proceeded upon their destination. At the same 
time, in compliance with orders from Colonel Amory, Captain Bum- 
stead's company was directed to proceed to the cross-road leading to the 
Dover Road, (marked 1* on the map,) with instructions to explore that 
road, and to communicate with Brigadier- General Palmer, whose 
column was on the Dover Road. At about 12 o'clock I received orders 
from Colonel Amory, to proceed with the rest of the regiment, and the 
Seventeenth Massachusetts Volunteers, (Lieutenant-Colonel Fellows 
commanding,) up the railroad, to overtake Major Sturgis, and to push, 
on to the cross-road, nearest to the junction of the Dover Road with 
the railroad, with discretionary orders to proceed to the junction. I 
was instructed to intercept any parties of the enemy that might be 
driven down this cross-road by General Palmer's column. The troops 
immediately started upon the expedition, and, upon reaching the cross- 
road (marked 2*) I found Major Sturgis, who reported the enemy in 
some force in the neighborhood of the junction. That officer had 
carried out his instructions with most scrupulous fidelity, having carefully 
concealed his force from the enemy, so as to give them no warning of 
our approach, and thus preventing them from receiving reinforcements, 
the presence of which at a later period of the day might have been 
embarrassing. As his men were much exhausted, I directed him to 

* With this report Colonel Codman forwarded a very neatly drawn pen and ink map, 
which showed the several localities of the route described, and the positions assumed bj'' 
our troops and the enemy. To this map reference is made several times, in this report by 
Colonel Codman. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 311 

leave one company at the point at which I overtook him, and to order 
the others to follow the column slowly. The column then proceeded, 
driving in the enemy's videttes and pickets. This duty was performed 
by Company B, Forty-Fifth Massachusetts, Captain Churchill, the 
pickets being uniformly posted behind log barricades, and uniformly 
driven out by flanking parties from Company B. 

Upon arriving at the cross-road, (marked 3,) and learning that 
General Palmer's column, under Colonel Jones, Fifty-Eighth Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteers, were pushing up the Dover Road, I determined to 
proceed to the junction. Company F, Captain Daland, was ordered to 
relieve Company B, in the advance, and the column then pushed for- 
ward, one company of the Seventeenth Massachusetts Volunteers being 
left at the cross-i'oad. As we approached the junction Lieu tenant- Col- 
onel Peabody, in charge of the advance, sent the word that there was 
an earthwork across the track. I immediately ordered a halt, and deter- 
mined to make no attack until Colonel Jones arrived, not knowing what 
might be the wish of the brigadier-general commanding. The breast- 
work had no ditch in front, and I inferred that the enemy had no artil- 
lery, as they might have used it with effect before this time, if they had 
any in position. In a very few moments the enemy fired a volley from 
the breast-work, upon the advance of Colonel Jones, which was imme- 
diately returned, and I then made dispositions for an attack. The 
breast-work was thrown up across the track, and extended some distance 
to our left. It also ran along the track, crossing the Dover Road. I 
immediately ordered Captain Daland to open fire with his company, 
stationed on the railroad, and deployed as skirmishers on the right and 
left, which was done very vigorously. I then deployed the companies 
of Captains Wales and Homans, of the Forty-Fifth, and subsequently 
two companies of the Seventeenth, as skirmishers on the left of the rail- 
road, with oi'ders to advance firing. The firing of these companies was 
rapid and energetic, and that of the enemy, which was sharp for a time, 
soon slackened. A favorable opportunity was then presented for a 
charge, and, as night was approaching, it was necessary to decide the 
affair at once. Company A, Captain Denny, of the Forty-Fifth, 
having the colors of the regiment, had been held in reserve, and was 
now ordered to fix bayonets, and prepare to advance. They came up 
gallantly along the raikoad in column of platoons, supported by a com- 
pany of the Seventeenth, and as they approached the work, the first 
platoon fired a volley, and then stooping down, the second fired over the 
heads of the first. The company then rushed forward with the 
bayonet, the whole line of skirmishers charging at the same time, and 
the colors of the regiment were planted upon the work, the enemy 
giving way. I then communicated with Colonel Jones, and, in accord- 



312 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

ance with orders, the whole command marched back to camp. In this 
affair the troops under my command sustained a loss of one man killed, 
(private H. M. Putney, of Company F, Forty-Fifth Massachusetts 
Militia, shot through the head,) and two wounded seriously, (Corporal 
G. C. Richards, of Company E, Forty-Fifth, in the thigh, and L F. 
Ames, Company K, Forty-Fifth Massachusetts in the cheek.) One man. 
Corporal Leatherbee, of Company K, Forty-Fifth, received a slight 
wound in the thigh, and Captain Murdock, of the Forty-Fifth, acting 
on the staff of Colonel Amory, received a contusion from a glancing 
ball. 

Four of the enemy's dead were found behind the breast-work. The 
number of his wounded cannot, of course, be ascertained. 

The conduct of the troops throughout this affair, was perfectly good ; 
where all behaved well, it would be invidious to particularize. I will 
only say that I am much indebted to Lieutenant-Colonel Fellows, 
commanding the Seventeenth Massachusetts Volunteers, for judicious 
advice, and hearty support. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

C. R. CODMAN, 

Colonel Forty- Fifth Massachusetts Vols. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



313 



FORTY-SIXTH REGIMENT. 



George Bowler, Colonel, 
William S. Shurtleff, " 
William S. Shurtleff, Lt. Colonel, 
Lucius B. Walkley, " " 

Lucius B. Walkley, Major, . 
Samuel B. Spooner, " 
James G. Smith, Adjutant, . 
James H. Waterman, Surgeon, 
Thomas Gilfillan, As't " 
Henry M. Morehouse, Quarterm'r 
George W. Gorham, Chaplain, 
Joseph F. Field, Sergeant-Major, 
Andrew S. Bryant, " " 

George B. Pierce, Q. M. Sergeant, 
Alfred J. Newton, Com'y Serg't, . 
John E,. Greenleaf, Hosp'l Ste'rd, 

Company A— Springfield. 
Samuel B. Spooner, Captain, 
Lewis A. Tifft, « 

William S. Shurtleff, 1st Lieut., 
Lewis A. Tifft, " " 

Gideon Wells, " " 

Lewis A. Tifft, 2d Lieut., . 
Daniel J. Marsh," " 
Edward C. Kogers, 1st Sergeant, 
Leroy C. Cutler, Sergeant, . 
Thomas F. Cordiss, " 
Jason Lewis, " 

Edward B. Brown, " 
Andrew S. Bryant, " 
Eugene D. Capron, Corporal, 
William H. Hurlbert, « 
Cleveland Foot, " 

Joseph Joslyn, " 

Leopold Karpeles, " 

Robert A. Page, " 

Francis H. Foster, " 

Arthur H. Fay, " 

Dexter C. Allen, " 

Adams, James S., 
Ames, Benjamin L., 
Barrett, Charles H., 
Barton, George F., 
Bigelow, John W., 
Birnie, Charles A., 
Bliss, Bichard, Jr., 
Brown, E. Welcome, 
Bush, William, Jr., 



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Westfield, . 
Springfield. 

Westfield, . 

a 
Springfield, 
Chicopee. . 
Westfield. . 
Cummington. 
Springfield. 
Holyoke. . 
Westfield, . 

Holyoke. . 
Monson. 
Ware. . . 



Springfield, 



Longmeadow. 
Springfield. 



Disc'd Jan. 23, '63. 

Prom'd Col., Feb. 5, '63. 



Pro'dLt. Col.,Feb.5.'63 

Com. Feb. 5, 1863. 



[June 1, 1863 
Discharged to re-enlist, 
Prom'd Sergeant-Major, 

[June 1, 1863. 



Pro'd Major, Feb. 5, '63. 

Com'd Feb. 6, '63. 

Pro'd Lt. Col., Oct.27,'62. 
Pro'd Capt., Feb. 6, '63. 

Pro'd 1st Lt, Nov. 1, '62. 



Pro'd Sg't-Maj.,Je.l,'63. 



Disc'd Feb. 16, '63. 
Died July 18, '63. 



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314 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


to 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company A — Con. 










Bar tie tt, Henry D., . 


19 


Springfield. 


Died Feb. 9, '63. 


Chamberlin, John F. E., . 


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(( 




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Clark, James H., 




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- 




Corbin, Lewis D., 


. 




28 


(( 




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Currier, Reuben B., . 






18 


u 




- 




Chase, M. Herbert, 


, 




20 


Boston. . 




- 




Chapman, Edward, 


, 




25 


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Clark, Horace L., 




- 


Springfield, 




Disc'dJune 3, 


'63. 


Clark, George E., 




- 


(( 




" " 23, 


'63. 


Davison, Henry 0., 




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(( 




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Davidson, James A., . 




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Eldridge, Byron H., , 




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Fisk, Noyes W., 






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Foster, Cyrus A., 






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Frost, Daniel C, 






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Fisher, Ebenezer B., . 






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Graves, Francis S., Jr., 




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Springfield. 




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Harvey, Ozro K., 




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Harvey, Ora W., 




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Hazelton, Thomas M,, . 






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Hinsdale, Charles F., . 






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Hood, William, . 






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Hocford, Charles M., . 






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Humphrey, Payson B., 






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Hastings, William, 






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Disc'd June 3, 


'63. 


Ingraham, Robert E., 






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Ives, Elbridge W., 






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King, John A., 






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King, Erasmus D., 






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Kingsley, George D., 






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Died Feb. 16, 


63. 


King, Charles B., 






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Boston, . 




Desr'd Nov. 3, 


'62. 


Lakin, Charles J., 






20 


Springfield. 




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Law, John M., 






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Loomis, Samuel G., 






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Mayo, Alfred N., . 






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Meekins, Emery, . 






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Miller, Joseph, 






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Moore, Albert H., 






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Morris, Edward, . 






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Morse, Frederick P., 






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Mutell, Charles W., 






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Medlicott, Arthur D., 






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'63. 


Newell, Elijah A., 






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Newton, Albert S., 






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Nichols, Charles A., 






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Pease, Jonathan A., 






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Perkins, Ephraim A., 






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Pratt, George M., 






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1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty- Sixth Regiment — Continu ed. 



315 



NAMES. 



Kemarks. 



Company A — Con. 
Putnam, Charles F., 
Richardson, Alfred H., . 
Richardson, Edwin E., . 
Ripley, James T., 
Rodier, Lewis C, 
Ryan, Richard, 
Scovill«, James, . 
Sikes, Rufus, Jr., . 
Sprague, Edwin L., 
Stewart, Francis H., 
Stebbins, George S., 
Stimson, Charles M., 
Strong, Edwia O., 
Strong, William H., 
Sturtevant, Horatio D., 
Tappan, George A., 
Wallace, George, Jr., 
Webster, Daniel F., 
Weld, John A., . 
Wheeler, Thomas H., 
Withey, William A., 
Williams, Alphonso C, 
Wood, Amos B., . 
Wright, Andrew J., 

Company B— Holyoke. 
David E. Kingsbury, Captain, 
Henry Wheeler, 1st Lieut, 
Amos O. Kenney 1st " 
Amos O. Kenney, 2d Lieut., 
William S. Loomis, 2d " 
Charles H. Robey, 1st Sergeant, 
Hiram P. Dickerman, Sergeant, 
Jacob W. Davis, " 

Henry Parsons, " 

Alvin C. Pratt, " 

Embury P. Clark, Corporal, 
Charles V. B. Smart, 
Edmund F. Jefts, 
Oscar Ely, 
Thomas H. Ornell, 
George E. Whitaker, 
Edwin Whitney, 
Jube H. Ball, 
Joseph H. Burnham, Musician, 
Bartlett, Eli W., . 
Berry, George W., 
Bradley, John, 
Bradley, William, 
Bryant, John C, . 



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Springfield, 



Springfield 



Granby. 
Springfield. 



Holyoke. 



Disc'd June 3, '63. 



Disc'd June 3, '63. 
Disc'd June 24, '63. 



Resg'dDec.31,'62. 
Promt'dJan.7,'63. 



316 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S KEPORT. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



.NAMES. 



Company B — Con. 
Butler, Herbert J., 
Burgess, John R., 
Clapp, Robinson, . 
Cleveland, Judson A., 
Cogin, Charles W. 
Chase, George W., 
Childs, Leeni A., . 
Chystal, Michael, . 
Davis, JErskine E., 
Davis, Edward P., 
Dayton, Hammond B., 
Dickerman, Hervey S., 
Dickinson, Calvin S., 
Doner, Preni F., . 
Doyle, James, 
Dillane, Robert, . 
Ellsbue, Irving A., 
Ely, Charles, 
Fish, Charles, 
Flynn, John, 
Freeland, Charles, 
Fuller, Isome, 
Gill, Edward F., . 
Gill, Napoleon, 
Gilmore, John R., 
Gorham, George W-, 
Harmon, Daniel, . 
Harrington, John, 
Hatfield, Charles H., 
Hall, Stephen A., 
Healey, Cornelius. 
Knights, William D., 
Lenahan, James, . 
Life, Alfred, 
Mc Sweeny, James, 
McFarlane, Charles, 
Munyan, Wellington, 
Moren, Edward, . 
Manning, Michael, 
Maloney, John, . 
McGrath, Patrick, 
McFarlin, James D., 
Noyes, Charles H., 
Peebles, Lorenzo R., 
Plummer, Henry H., 
Pike, John H., 
Pease, John C, . 
Pierce, George B., 
Rand, Stephen B., 
Sefton, James, Jr., 



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Holyoke. 
Granby. 
Holyoke, 

S. Hadley. 
Holyoke. 



Southampton 

Springfield, 

Holyoke. 



Holyoke. 
S. Hadley, 
Holyoke. 



S. Hadley, 
Holyoke. 

u 

Bernardston 
Holyoke. 

Holyoke, 



Dis. disab'y, Jan. 20, '63. 

Dis. disab'y. Mar. 3, '63. 

Disc'd to re-enlist, June 

[1, 1863. 



Kej'ddisab'y,Nov.ll,'62. 
Dis. disab'y, June 11, '63. 



Dis. to re-eul't, Je. 1,' 63" 



Prom'd Chaplain. 



[May 16, 1863. 

Disch'd ac't of wounds 

" disab'y, Je. 11,'63. 

" re-enl't, Je.G, '63. 

Dis. re-enl't, June 1, '63. 



Disc, disab'y, Apr. 4, '63. 



Tran.toCo.I, Oct.29,'62. 
Ap. Q.M. Sg't, Oct. 1, '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



317 



NAMES. 


6 
to 


Residence. 


Kemarks 


Company B — Con. 








Sanborn, Charles A., . 


41 


Holyoke. . . 


- - 


Sheehan, Jeremiah, 






22 


u 


- - 


Scarlet, Asa M., . 






21 


Chicopee. . . 


- 


Strong, N. Caishal, 






19 


Southampton, . 


Tr.52dKeg'tNov.5,'62. 


Strong, Calvin C, 






21 


Easthampton, . 


i,i u 


Stilliugs, Ephraim B., 






18 


Holyoke. . . 


- 


Snell, Joseph A., . 






23 






Dis. re-enlist June 1, '63. 


Terrell, John, 






18 






- 


White, Lorenzo, . 






18 






- 


Wellington, Enos W., 






21 






- 


Wall, Edward, . 






22 






— — 


Wheeler, Albert C, 






21 






- 


Company C— "Westfield. 








Andrew Campbell, 2d, Captain, . 


37 


Westfield. . . 


- 


Joseph G. Noble, 1st Lieut., 


25 


(( 




- - 


Joseph T. Spear, 2d Lieut., . 


29 


u 




- 


George W. Turner, 1st Serg't, 


33 


(1 




- - 


William H. Shepard, Serg't, 


26 


(( 




- 


Harvey L. Wilkinson, " 


28 


u 




- 


Virgil Bates, " 




27 


u 




- 


Albion W. Lewis, *' 




34 


(( 




- - 


Rodney C. Cowle, Corporal, 




25 


(( 




- 


Theodore Hess, " 




30 


(1 




— — 


Henry E. Chapman, " 




22 


u 




- 


Elbert 0. Noble, " 




25 


ki 




— — 


James W. Roberts, " 




35 


u 




— — 


John T. Harris, " 




42 


ii. 




- _ 


John Edgar, " 




31 


u 




- 


Edward E. Stiles, " 




26 


1( 




_ - 


Frank Miller, " 




24 


u 




Died June 13, '63. 


Avery, Dexter, 




29 


u 




- 


Bush, Curtis D., . 




24 


« 




- - 


Bush, Lyman L., . 




18 


u 




- 


Barth, Joseph C, . 




36 


(( 




- 


Baker, William H., 




22 


u 




_ _ 


Brass, Samuel, 




23 


(( 




_ _ 


Brass, Albert N., . 




25 


u 




_ — 


Brown, Henry P., 




18 


u 




- 


Barnes, Amos L., . 




18 


u 




- - 


Bowers, George, . 




28 


u 




[May 30, 1863. 


Beckwith, John W., 




30 


(( 




Discharged to re-enlist, 


Cone, Charles C, . 




31 


(( 




— — 


Clarke, Charles, . 




21 


u 




- _ 


Costar, Leon, 




37 


u 




- _ 


Cowles, Grove H., 




31 


(( 




_ _ 


Campbell, Thomas L, . 




21 


u 




- - 


Coffin, Lowell, 




19 


li 




[May 30, 1863. 


Cram, Henry L., , 




18 


a 




Discharged to re-enlist. 


Deizer, Nicolas, . 


'. 31 


a 




— — 



318 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company C — Con. 
Drake, Henry N., 
Drake, Jerome S., 
Fischer, Peter, 
Furrow, Albert W., 
Furrow, Horace P., 
Falvey, Timothy, 
Field, Jos. F., 
Greeley, Henry, . 
Grant, John, 
Hubbard, Gilbert E., 
Hadley, Frank C, 
Hallenstein, Julius, 
Hamilton, Erie, . 
Hazard, Job G., . 
Harrison, Albert, . 
Johnson, Wells F., 
Judson, Lucius O., 
Knight, Samuel "W., 
King, Ezra F., 
Knox, Lorenzo, . 
Long, James N., . 
Loomis, Charles H., 
Loomis, Marvin, . 
Legervear, Andrew, 
Meacham, James W., 
May, Edward, 
Mitchell, Robert, Jr., 
Morgan, Willard, . 
Maxwell, George, 
Maxwell, Orsamus, 
McElroy, WiUiam, 
Noble, Alexander L., 
Noble, Leonard E., 
Noble, George E., 
Pomroy, Edward M., 
Putnam, John H., 
Phelps, William H., 
Phelps, Charles A., 
Palmer, Reuben, . 
Reed, Henry C, . 
Roten, Perry I., . 
Shay, John, . 
Spelman, Oscar F., 
Spelman, Edward S., 
Smith, Alfred H., . 
Snow, Frank A., . 
Shattuck, Hartley M., 
Sessions, Jarius A., 
Shepard, Henry, . 
Sibley, Seymour, . 



28 

20 

26 

27 

23 

18 

27 

24 

39 

23 

28 

43 

20 

39 

35 

19 

36 

33 

32 

20 

33 

19 

26 

21 

22 

28 

24 

35 

20 

25 

24 

2' 

18 

33 

19 

21 

22 

25 

20 

29 

31 

18 

38 

26 

42 

21 

22 

26 

37 

25 



Westfield, 



Southampton 

Westfield, 



Groton. . 
Westfield. 



Spencer. 
Westfield. 



[May 30, 1863. 
Discharged to re-enlist. 
Appointed Sergt.-Major, 

[Oct. 31, 1862. 

Disch.Nov. 4, '62. 



[Nov. 8, 1862. 
Discharg'd fordisabUity, 

Desr'd Oct. 4, '62. 



[April, 1863. 
Discharg'd for disability, 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



319 



NAMES. 


<! 


Residence 


Kemarks. 


Company C — Con. 








Sackett, Austin D., 


18 


Westfield. . . 


- 


Williams, Chapman, 




27 


li 




- 


Woodruff, Proctor, 




27 


a 




- 


Wells, Edward H., 




27 


(( 




- - 


Weisincr, John C, 




31 


(( 




- 


Warren, Lewis A., 




33 


(( 




[March 16, 1863. 


Williams, Henry W., . 




27 


u 




Dlscharg'dfor disability. 


Company D— Chicopee 










David E. Grimes, Captain, . 


. 


35 


Chicopee. . . 


- 


George H. Knapp, 1st Lieut. 


. 


26 


>i 




- 


David Bronson, 2d Lieut., . 




34 


u 




- - 


Charles B. Lang, 1st Sergeant, 


25 


(1 




- 


James A. Taylor, Sergeant, 


20 


u 




- 


Ezra G. Heath, " 


42 


1( 




— — 


Frank S. Tourtellott, " 


21 


a 




- 


Charles H. Livermore, " 


25 


u 




- 


Francis F. Brown, Corporal, 


19 


u 




- 


George S. Colton, " 


35 


n 




— - 


Albert M. Moore, " 




23 


a 




- 


James W. Stackpole, " 




20 


(( 




- 


James A. Kingerr, " 




32 


(( 




- - 


Henry M. Dickinson, " 




30 


li 




- 


Albert S. Alden, " 




24 


i( 




Disc, disab'y, Je. 23, '63. 


Bartholomew Hayes, " 




21 


(( 




Dis. to re-'list May 30, '63. 


Adams, Warren L., 




24 


(( 




Disc, disab'y, Ap. 24, '63. 


Bartlett, Martin K., 




19 


i( 




_ 


Buffam, John P., . 




26 


a 




- 


Browning, Ansel W., • 




19 


a 




- 


Baker, Peter, 




25 


a 




- 


Burwell, Charles E., . 




35 


(( 




- 


Belcher, James H., 




42 


(( 




- 


Belcher, William., 




24 


(( 




- - . 


Blanchard, Henry, 




18 


(( 




- - 


Burrett, Alexander, 




36 


u 




- 


Ball, George W., . 




18 


u 




- 


Brigham, Warren L., . 




18 


u 




Disc, disab'y, Je. 20, '6iJ. 


Blodgett, Albert F., 




20 


u 




Dis. to re-'list May 30, '63. 


Basse tt, George W., . 




22 


(( 




" May30,'63. 


Bodfish, Sumner H., 




18 


(( 




" Junes, "63. 


Charles, Marshall W., . 




18 


i( 




- 


Chamberlain, William H., 




30 


(( 




- - 


Cooley, William H., 




23 


u 




- - 


Delaney, James W., 




24 


It 




- 


Dennett, Alpheus A., . 




28 


u 




- - 


Dane, George L., . 




23 


(( 




- 


Fiske, Jerome H., . 




21 


(( 




- 


Finnegan, John A., 




19 


(1 




.- - 


Gaff, Arthur C, . 




24 


It 




- - 


Gardner, Renselo J., . 




37 


u 




"■ ~ 



320 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



KAMES. 



Company D — Con 
Grant, John, 
Gaylord, Charles H., 
Greeley, John P. M., 
Humphreys, Jonathan, 
Hinckley, Henry H., 
Hale, David F., . 
Hall, George A., . 
Hillman, William H., 
Huntly, Niles R., . 
Jones, George W., 
Johnson, Willmer, 
Kennedy, Thomas, 
Kendall, Munroe E., 
King, Jos. P., 
KUby, George S., . 
Knox, George S., . 
LIttlefield, Charles C, 
Livridge, Charles, 
Matthews, Morris, 
McCann, James, . 
Meagher, Michael, 
Mclntyre, Hiram C, 
Mosman, Melzor H., 
Miller, Andrew, . 
Mosman, William D., 
Metcalf, Lucius O., 
Manning, James, . 
Orcutt, Marcus L., 
Osborne, Lewis, . 
Powers, John G., . 
Prescott, Thomas H., 
Potter, John B., . 
Plimpton, Joseph W., 
Peebles, Leonard W., 
Phipps, Charles W., 
Patterell, Charles A., 
Pond, Darwin H., 
Smith, Sumner L., 
Stetson, Burt, 
Sullivan, Dennis J., 
Stearns, Albert B., 
Searles, Henry L., 
Smith, Martin M.,. 
Sage, Richard C, . 
Soule, Albin P., . 
Sherman, Harris, . 
Tilley, David O., 
Taylor, Oliver, 
Trask, Dexter W., 
Underwood, Russell S., 



Eemarks. 



18 Chicopee. 

18 

18 

29 

22 

19 

20 

22 

22 

17 

18 

22 

19 

22 

29 

27 

32 

21 

21 

22 

29 
42 

19 

18 
20 
23 
23 
37 
20 
28 
28 
36 
18 
29 
23 
33 
19 
30 
20 
18 
19 
19 
36 
20 
40 
19 
20 
21 
21 
34 



Dis. to re-'list May 30, '63. 



Dis. to re-'list May 30, '63. 
May30,'63. 

Disc, disab'y, Je. 23, '63. 



Disc, disab'y Mar. 26, '63. 

May 28, '63. 

" June20,'63. 

Dis. tore-'listMay30,'63. 



Disc, disab'y, Mar. 26, '63. 
Dis. tore-'listMay30,'63. 

[June 5, 1863. 
Discharged to re-enlist, 
Dis.fordis'yMar.21, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



321 



NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence. 


Remarks 


Company D — Con. 








Van Horn, Velette, 


21 


Chlcopee. . . 


- 


Wood, John F., . 


44 


u 


- _ 


Whittaker, W_m, A., . 


28 


u 


[March 21, 1863. 


Wheeler, Benjamin, 


35 


<{ 


Dischar'd for disability, 


Wilder, Walter A., . 


18 


u 


Died Feb. 21, '63. 


Waite, Frederick, 


18 


" 


" Apr. 20, '63. 


Company E— "Westfield. 








James M. Justin, Captain, . 


21 


Granville. . 


— — 


Charles U. Ely, 1st. Lieut., . 


19 


W. Springfi'ld 


[Dec. 5, 1862. 


Lathrop Lee, 2d Lieut., 


33 


Southwick, 


Dischar'd for disability. 


George Plummer, 2d Lieut., 


27 


W. Springfi'ld 


_ — 


William C. Clark, 1st Sergeant, . 


19 


Granville. . 


_ _ 


Oliver Dickenson, Sergeant, 


23 


u 


_ _ 


Valorous R. Cooley, " 


23 


Southwick. 


_ _ 


Gideon D. Tower, " 


22 


Southampton. 


- - 


Lyman Rose, " 


27 


Granville. . 


_ _ 


Marshall V. Stowe, Corporal, 


27 


u 


- - 


William H. Grant, " 


21 


W. Springfi'ld 


_ _ 


Samuel Montgomery, " 


26 


u 


_ - 


Dexter S. Cooley, " 


19 


Southwick. 


_ _ 


James E. Cooley, " 


28 


Longmeadow. 


-. - 


Charles Vail, " 


26 


Tolland. . 


_ _ 


Charles F. Knox, " 


23 


W. Springfi'ld 


_ _ 


Buel Seymour, " 


22 


Granville. . 


_ _ 


Marvin Osborn, Musician, . 


23 


Blandford. . 


_ _ 


Otis Dickinson, " 


18 


Granville. . 


_ _ 


Allen, Lyman, .... 


37 


Southwick. 


_ _ 


Barrett, Dwight A., . 


24 


Granby. 


— _ 


Bogue, Daniel, .... 


41 


W. Springfi'ld 


_ ^ 


Burlingame, Hiram, 


28 


u 


_ _ 


Brooks, Edward E., . 


18 


(( 


_ _ 


Boyington, Burnett C, 


18 


Southwick. 


_ _ 


Burr, Oliver C, . 


18 


Plainfield. . 


_ _ 


Baird, James, .... 


43 


Southwick. 


[June 3, 1863. 


Barden, Albert, .... 


36 


(C 


Discharged to re-enlist. 


Bancroft, George L., . 


18 


Granville, . 


Discharged to re-enlist. 


Clark, Asa, Jr., .... 


25 


W. Springfi'ld 


[June 3, 1863. 


Chapin, Joseph C, 


44 


11 




Champlin, Henry, 


26 


Granville. . 


- - 


Clark, Joseph L., ... 


33 


(( 


- - 


CahiU, John W., . . . 


18 


W. Springfi'ld 


- 


Chase, Charles, . 


22 


Boston. . . 


— — 


Cooley, Lewis, .... 


19 


Westfield. . 


[March 18, 1863. 


Clark, Aaron S., .... 


44 


Granville, . 


Discharg'd fordisabihty, 


Carey, Wallace, .... 


19 


Southwick, 


Died Mar. 16, '63. 


Dunn, Thomas, .... 


24 


W. Springfi'ld 


[March 18, 1863. 


Drake, Burt C, . 


33 


Southwick, . 


Dischar'd for disability. 


Easton, Edward H., . 


22 


u 


Dischar'd for disability. 


Fowler, George H., 


21 


<( 


[March 18, 1863. 



41 



822 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


to 

< 


Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company E — Con. 








Frost, George W., 


19 


Blandford. . . 


[June 3, 1863. 


FrostjL onard W., 




18 


- - 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Goodwin, Dwight, 




30 


W. Springfi'ld. 


- 


Grandam, William H., . 






18 


li 


- 


Gardner, Luther, 






25 


Granville. . . 


[March 18, 1863. 


Granger, Benjamin, . 
Granger, Edwin L., 






44 


Southwick, 


Dischar'd for disability, 






19 


u 


Desr'd Oct. 28, '62. 


Gaines, Ora B., . 






21 


u 


Died Dec. 27, '62. 


Holmes, Alexander, 






27 


W. Springfi'ld. 


- 


Harger, Nelson, . 






25 


Tolland. . . 


- 


Hamilton, William H., . 






22 


Westfield. . . 




Hurley, John, 






27 


Huntington. . 


- 


Howd, Seymour, . 






30 


Tolland. . . 


- - 


Hall, Benjamin, . 






26 


Blandford. . . 


[May 30, 1863. 


Huotte, Charles, . 






23 


W. Springfi'ld, 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Lloyd, Joseph E., 






22 


a 


— — 


Loomis, Lorenzo A., . 






22 


Southwick. 


— — 


Munn, Henry J., . 






24 


Tolland. . . 


- - 


Munn, Loring M., 






27 


11 


— — 


Miller, Joseph, 






21 


'* 


— — 


Miner, Henry E., 






20 


Granville. . . 


- - 


Merrifield, Silas, 






26 


W. Springfi'ld. 


- - 


Noble, Homer A., 






18 


Southwick. 


- 


Newton, Chauncey, 






32 


Granville. . . 


— — 


Pierce, Ulysus H., 






36 


Granville. . . 


- — 


Perry, Mozart, 
Parker, Seth, 






18 


Tolland. . . 


[Mar. 18, 1863. 






41 


Southwick, . . 


Discharg'd for disability, 


Parks, Matthew, . 






19 


u 


Discharged to re-enlist. 


Rising, Amos L., . 






33 


Westfield. . . 


[May 30, 1863. 


Root, Ira, 






19 


Granville. . . 


— — 


Rowley, Henry, . 






34 


u 


— — 


Randall, Niles, 






24 


u 


— ~ 


Stewart, Mortimer, 






28 


W.Springfield. 


— — 


Smith, Daniel, 






25 


u 


~ ~ 


Stiles, Josiah, 
Senior, Stephen, . 






27 

27 


Southwick. . . 
Boston. . . . 


[June 3, 1863. 


ShurtlefF, Edwin, . 






18 


Southwick, . . 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Stow, Durand, 






18 


Tolland, . . 


Died June 30, '63. 


Treat, Albert, 






18 


Granville. . . 


- - 


Williams, Charles H., 






27 


Southwick. . . 


- — 


Welcome, George, Jr., 






18 


(i 


— — 


Wells, Ephraim, . 






37 


Granville. . . 


— — 


Wood, John, 






26 


Agawam. . . 


— ~ 


Willett, Jos., 






18 


W.Springfield. 


- - 


Warfield, George, 






24 


Blandfi)rd. . . 


— — 


Company F— Huntington. 








Russell H. Conwell, Captain, 


21 


Worthington. . 


[Jan. 24, 1863. 


Horace Heath, 1st Lieut. 


34 


Russell, . . . 


Discharg'd for disability, 


Charles Fay, 1st " 


21 


Chester, . . 


Dis. fordis'ty Je. 18, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty- Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



823 



KAMES. 


6 
to 
<1 


Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company F — Con. 








Charles Fay, 2d Lieut. 


21 


Chester, . . 


Pro. 1st Lt., Jan. 28, '63. 


Fordyce A. Dyer, 2d " 


21 


Plainfield, . . 


Discharged for prom'n, 


Charles H. Kirkland, 2d Lieut., . 


34 


Huntington. . 


[June 8, 1863. 


Clarkson Smith, 1st Sergeant, 


24 


Middlefield. . 


- 


Eleazer Bryant, Sergeant, . 


36 


Huntington. . 


- 


William D. Hayden, " 


19 


Granville. . . 


- 


Charles B. Haydeu, " 


19 


Blandford. . . 


[June 23, '63. 


Henry M. Ripley, " 


21 


Granville, . . 


Discharg'd for disability, 


Moses M. Hannum, Corporal, 


32 


Huntington. . 


- - 


Eoswell B. Merritt, " 


27 


li 


- - 


George A. Weeks, " 


28 


Gt.Barrington. 


- 


Austin F. Hancock, " 


30 


Huntington. . 


- - 


William C. Higgins, " 


38 


Worthington. . 


- 


Clifford Packard, " 


31 


Plainfield. . . 


- - 


Milo E. Cook, " 


25 


Blandford. 




- 


Ira W. Hamblin, " 


33 


Plainfield. . 




- - 


Sidney E. Haydeh, " 


22 


Granville, 




Must'rd out, May 30, '63. 


Joseph F. Dwelley, Musician, 


16 


Palmer. . 




- 


Laray Warfield, " 


21 


Blandford. 




- - 


Aiken, John, .... 


35 


u 




- - 


Beach, Henry, 






18 


Huntington 




- 


Baker, Stephen, . 






32 


Blandford. 




- - 


Brooks, James S., . 






18 


a 




- 


Bradburn, John W., 






34 


u 




- - 


Blush, William 0., 






24 


Middlefield 




- 


Belden, Cyrus L., 




18 


Chester, 




Must* rdout. May 30, '63. 


Bemis, Joshua W., 


. 


21 


a 




Dischg'd before leaving 


Cottrell, George W., 




32 


Middlefield. 




[camp. 


Cole, Seth, . 






40 


Worthington. . 


- 


Conwell, Charles H., . 






23 


. _ _ 


[3, 1863. 


Carter, Lawson, . 






18 


Chester, . . 


Disc'd to re-enlist, June 


Cole, Daniel N., . 






42 


Worthington, . 


Dis. re-enl't May 30, '63. 


Coit, David W., . 






32 


Huntington, . 


Died June 22, '63. 


Cook, Franklin, . 






19 


Plainfield, . . 


" " 20, '63. 


Chartier, Joseph, . 






21 


Chester, . . 


Dsrt'd Oct. 20. '62. 


Dinock, Henry E., 






21 


(( 


- 


Dayton, Orlando W., 






20 


Blandford. . . 


- 


Driscoll, Dudley, . 






41 


Huntington. . 


- 


Dyer, Newcomb, . 






25 


Plainfield. . . 


_ - 


Dodge, Edwin, 






30 


Worthington. . 


- 


Damon, John, 






19 


Middlefield. . 


- - 


Dunbar, William C, 






20 


Chester. . . 


_ - 


Drake, Jotham, . 






42 


Worthington, . 


Died June 10, '63. 


Drake, Isaac C, . 






25 


a 


" 27, '63. 


Dickson, Henry, . 






22 


Middlefield, ! 


" April 8, '63. 


Dyer, Alden H., . 






23 


Plainfield, . . 


" " 19, '63. 


Espy, James, 






33 


Middlefield, . 


Disc'd to re-enlist, May 


Fisk, Marshall 0., 






23 


Huntington. . 


[30, 1863. 


Fisk, Rufus H., . 






18 


u 




Fox, Franklin, . 






32 


Blandford. . . 


- - 



324 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 




Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company F — Con. 








FIsk, Jason H., .... 


20 


Huntington. . 


- - 


Frost, George W., 






20 


Blandford, . . 


Transfr'd to Comp'y C. 


Granger, Oliver H., 






28 


Russell. . . . 


[camp. 


Gibbs, Edward E., 






- 


Blandford, . . 


Dischrg'd before leaving 


Gloyd, Charles C, 




. 


18 


Plainfield, . . 


Dis. to re-'list May 30,'63. 


Gurney, Wesley, . 






18 


(( 


" June 5,' 63. 


Gurney, Justus W., 






19 


« 


" June 5, '63. 


Granger, George, . 






18 


Blandford, . . 


Disc, disab'y, May 30,'63. 


Glass, George, 






25 


Russell. . . . 


_ _ 


Hall,_ Franklin C, 






27 


Blandford. . . 


- 


Higgins, Jonathan S., . 






28 


- 


_ 


Herrick, Lewis, . 






25 


Blandford. . . 


. - 


Hayward, Stephen, 






20 


Plainfield. . . 


- 


Halsupple, Philip H., . 






32 


Russell, . . . 


Dis. to re-'list June 5, '63. 


Hurley, John, 






27 


Huntington, . 


Transf 'd to Co. C. 


Haynes, Benjamin, 






23 


Russell, . . . 


" " K. 


Ingram, George, . 






26 


Middlefield. . 


- 


James, Samuel W., 






21 


Plainfield. . . 


- 


Jackson, William K., . 






18 


Chester. . . 


- 


King, George W., 






30 


Plainfield. . ■ 


- 


Kingi John, . 






34 


Russell. . . . 


_ 


Klese, James, 






18 


Chester. . . 


- 


Kyle, Benjamin, . 






44 


Blandford. . . 


- - 


Kingsley, Roland M., 






19 


Huntington, . 


Died May 2, 1863. 


Lent, Robert P., . 






25 


Plainfield, . . 


Dis.tore-'UstMay30,'63. 


Middlebrooks, James D 


•J 




22 


Huntington. . 


- - 


Miller, Levi A., . 






18 


Chester, . . 


Died June 29, '63. 


Osborn, Dwight C, 






27 


Blandford. . . 


- - 


Otis, Francis, 






22 


Chester, . . 


Dis. to re-'list June 3, '63. 


Peebles, Eustis V., 






20 


Granville. . . 


_ 


Phelps, Edward, . 






32 


Blandford. . . 


_ 


Porter, Harvey, . 






18 


Huntington. . 


- 


Perkins Israel, . 






44 


Russell, . . . 


Disc. disal)'y,June23,'63. 


Rowen, James, 






37 


Middlefield. . 


- 


Rood, Josiah, 






27 


Plainfield, . . 


Died July 10, 1863. 


Sinnet, John, 






20 


Blandford. . . 


- 


Sanderson, Albert H., 






30 


Chester. . . 


- \ - 


Stetson, Charles S., 






35 


Plainfield. . . 


- 


Smith, George W., 






21 


Worthington. . 


- 


Shaw, Theo. W., . 






23 


Plainfield. . . 


- 


Strong, Dwight, . 






36 


Huntington. . 


- 


Seymour, Burwell, 






40 


u 


- - 


Smith, Charles F., 






25 


Chester, . . 


Dis. to re-'list May 30, '63. 


Smith, Allen J., . 






21 


Fairfield, . . 


Dis. tore-enl't Je.5, '63. 


Sizer, Albert T., . 






22 


Blandford, . . 


Died July 19, '63. 


Stannard, Morgan W., 






34 


Russell, . . . 


Trans, to Co. K. 


Tinker, Charles, Jr., 






44 


Blandford. . . 


- 


Tracy, Frederick XL, 






21 


- 


- - 


Wright, George W., 






31 


Chester. . . 


- 


Wing, Milo, . 






42 


Huntington, . 


Dis. re-enl't May 30, '63. 



1864.J 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



325 



NAMES. 


to 

< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company F — Con. 








Williston, Hiram E., . 


39 


Russell, . . • 


Trans, to Co. K. 


Willson, Thomas A., . 


42 


Middlefield, . 


Died May 2, 1863. 


Warner, William A., . 


26 


Plainfield, . . 


" June 29, '63. 


Company G— Brimfield. 








Francis D. Lincoln, Captain, 


41 


Brimfield. . . 


- 


George H. Howe, 1st Lieut., 


24 


Monson. . . 


- 


Julius M. Lyon, 2d Lieut., • 


28 


Wales. . . . 


- 


Ira L. Peck, 1st Sergeant, . 




21 


Monson. . . 


- 


John Q. Hoar, Sergeant, 




23 




- 


W. H. Sherman, " 




33 


Brimfield. . . 


- - 


S. A. Gammon, " 




24 


Wales. . . . 


- 


Thos. J. Morgan, " 




39 


Brimfield. . . 


- 


Helon H. Fales, Corporal, . 




19 


Monson. . . 


- 


Cheney Newton, " 




43 


Brimfield. . . 


- 


Oliver H. Perry, " 




42 


Monson. . . 


- 


Francis E. Cooke, " 




38 


Brimfield. . . 


_ 


C. E. Lombard, " 




29 


u 


- 


Henry W. Webber, " 




19 


Holland. ". '. 


- 


John L. Flynt, " 




28 


Monson. . . 


- 


L. B. Charles, " 




29 


(( 


- - 


M. M. Cha£fee, 




19 


Wales, . . . 


DIedJan.30,1863. 


Alexander, Charles E., 




20 


Brimfield, . . 


" Apr. 6, 1863. 


Barnes, George, . 




44 


Holland. . . 


- 


Benson, Thaddeus, 






21 


Brimfield. . . 


- 


Bixby, Albert J., . 






25 


u 


- 


Burley, Jacob, 






28 


Monson. . . 


- 


Bliss, Edward, 






32 


Blahdford. . . 


- 


Bradway, Trueman C, 






20 


Monson. . . 


- 


Bradway, Hiram, 






34 


Wales. . . . 


- 


Brown, Joseph P., 






34 


Brimfield. . . 


_ _ 


Brown, Charles B., 






18 


(1 


_ 


Bradway, Rodney, 






27 


Monson, . . 


Dis. disab'y, April 7, '63. 


Bennett, Baxter C, 






18 


Holland, . . 


May 30, '63. 


Bennett, Henry H., 






21 


a 


" Junen, '63. 


Charles, William A., 






20 


Monson. . . 


- - 


Charles, Byron W., 






18 


Brimfield. . . 


_ 


Clapp, Daniel, Jr., 






26 


Holland. . . 


- 


Dillaber, George H., 






38 


Wales. . . . 


- 


Eagen, Warren W., 






21 


" 


- 


Earle, Israel 0., . 






22 


Brimfield. . . 


- 


Fales, George A., 






18 


Monson. . . 


- - 


Fenton, Osborn, . 






18 


u 


- _ 


Frost, Henry F., . 






18 


if 


- 


Fay, William B., . 






22 


ii 


- 


Foskill, William F., 






18 


1( 


Died Mar. 2, 1863. 


Frost, John A., . 






18 


11 


bisc'd to re-enlist, May 


Gagin, Joseph, 






42 


Brimfield. . . 


[30, 1863. 


Gale, John, . 






18 


Wales. . . . 


- - 


Hitchcock, Henry H., *. 




22 


Monson. . . 


1 " " 



826 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company G — Con. 
Harmon, James M., 
Homer, George C, 
King, Frank H., . 
Kittredge, Charles B., 
Kenney, George L., 
KeifFer, Francis P., 
Kelley, John, 
Lemon, Francis L., 
Lombard, Charles O., 
Letter, John, 
Lamphear, Merrick, 
Lombard, William H., 
Maguire, John C, 
Moore, Frank, 
Munroe, George A., 
Munsell, Elijah, . 
Moody, George H., 
Moody, Harlan B., 
Moran, John, 
Motley, John B., . 
Moore, Henry M., 
Moore, Peter W,, . 
Moran, Nicholas, . 
Needham, Watson W., . 
Newton, Alfred L, 
Parker, Orville S., 
Pendleton, Bryant C, 
Patrick, John M., . 
Parker, Lyman P., 
Robbins, Charles H., 
Roper, Charles F., 
Stacy, James L., . 
Stacy, George W., 
Stearns, William S., 
Stebbins, Abner H., 
Skinner, George N., 
Skinner, George, . 
Skinner, Harvey G., 
Smith, William, . 
Stacy, George E., 
Toohey, Isaac, 
Thompson, Charles F., 
Thompson, Eli H., 
Upham, Charles, . 
Wallis, Harris O., . 
Wood, George E., 
Wood, Francis N.,. 
Wood, Emerson, . 
Wood, Henry H., . 
West, Allen L., . 



21 
38 
21 
21 
22 
18 
18 
36 
42 
25 
20 
33 
25 
18 
18 
39 
27 
18 
30 
18 
22 
34 
22 
21 
23 
21 
23 
23 
19 
18 
18 
20 
26 
18 
23 
18 
23 
27 
34 
18 
29 
18 
28 
27 
44 
23 
19 
26 
20 
31 



Monson. 

Brimfield. 

Monson. 

Brimfield. 

Monson, 

Brimfield, 

Monson. 

Brimfield. 

Monson. 

W. Brookfield 
Monson. 
Wales. . 
Brimfield. 
Monson. 



Brimfield. 
Holland, 
Wales, . 
Monson, 
Wales. . 
Monson, 
Brimfield. 
Wales. . 
Brimfield. 

Monson. 
Holland, 
Monson. 

ii 

Brimfield. 

u 

Monson. 



Wales. . 

Brimfield. 

Holland. 

Monson. 



[30, 1863, 
Bisc'd to re-enlist. May 
Disc'd to re-enlist, May 

[30, 1863. 

[3, 1863. 
Disc'd to re-enlist, June 
Dis. disab'y, June 17, '63. 



Dis. disab'y, May 28, '63. 
Disc, disab'y, May 30,'63. 
Dis. tore-'listMay 30,'63. 
[Oct. 16, 1862. 
App. Commiss'ry Sergt., 



Died March 25, '63. 

Dis. to re-'list May 30, '63. 



Disc, disab'y in Boston. 



Disc, disab'y. May 27,'63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



827 



NAMES. 



Company G — Con. 
Walker, William S., 
Wellon, Emerson O., 
Walker, Albertus H., 
Walker, James H., 
Wilson, Orin PI., . 
Wilson, Royal A., . 



Company H— Palmer. 
Francis C. Cook, Captain, . 
William Shaw, 1st Lieut., 
George S. Dixon, 2d Lieut., 
Joel S. Walkley, 1st Sergeant, 
William F. Carter, Sergeant, 
Anson A. Dorman, " 
William F. White, 
Myron S. Barton, " 

Elbridge G. Hastings, " 
Aaron Woods, Jr., " 

Dexter B. Sprout, Corporal, 
Wilbur F. White, " 
Gilman E. Hanson, " 
Francis S. Bester, " 
George Chamberlin, " 
G. Francis Abbey, " ' 
Walter R. Gardner, " 
George F. Amidon, " 
Lyman Trumble, " 

John H. Thayer, " 

Joseph R. Hunt, Musician, 
James B. Foster, " 
Charles Hastings, Wagoner, 
George A. Keyes, Teamster, 
Alba, Charles I., . 
Angel, Frank, 
Bester, Isaac N., . 
Barton, Charles, 
Bardwell, Alonzo J., 
Ballon, Thomas, . 
Bean, Morris, 
Bacon, Rufus M., Jr., 
Brown, Samuel, . 
Brimhall, Fred. F., 
Bruce, Perry, 

Conkey, Benjamin F., 

Converse, Frederick P.. 

Canterbury, Henry, 

Cowan, Ambrose B., 

Canterbur}^, Justin, 

Colgrove, Jefferson, 

Culver, Marcus M., 



18 
34 
18 
20 
25 
30 



28 
42 
28 
29 
33 
34 
30 
24 
22 
44 
26 
27 
25 
21 
38 
22 
19 
19 
29 
30 
23 
28 
35 
32 
23 
27 
31 
33 
24 
23 
18 
19 
21 
18 
18 
22 
18 
44 
18 
22 
23 
22 



Brimfield. 
Wales. . 
Holland, 

a 
Monson, 
Wales. . 



Palmer. . . 
Belchertown. 
Monson. 
Belchertown. 

u 

Palmer. . 



Enfield, 

Belchertown. 

a 

Enfield. . 
Belchertown. 

a 

Enfield. 
Palmer. . 
Monson, 
Palmer, 
Pelham. 
Palmer. . 

u 

Belchertown. 



Palmer. 
Enfield. . 
Belchertown. 



Palmer. 



Wardsb'ro',Vt. 
Belchertown, 
Amherst. . 
Granby. 
Palmer. . . 
Enfield. . . 
Belchertown. 



Dis. to re-'listMay 30,'63. 
" May 30, '63. 

" June 3, '63. 



[March 26, 1863. 
Dischar'd for disability, 
Dischar'd for disability, 

[March 26, 1863. 



[Jan. 14, 1863. 

Dischar'd for disability, 

Dischar'd for disability, 

[June 14, 1863. 



Died Feb. 28, '63. 



[May 30, 1863. 
Discharged to re-enlist, 



328 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company H — Con. 
Cooley, Edgar, . 
Davis, Charles E., 
Duncan, Walter H., 
Ely, Charles W., . 
Fletcher, James C, 

Gerald, Miles C, . 

Gregory, Robert, . 

Greenleaf, John R., Jr. 

Griswold, Oscar S., 

Hays, Egbert K., . 

Hastings, John H., 

Hempsted, John K., 

Holland, Edward E., 

Hays, Edwin C, . 

Holt, Frank J., . 

Hancock, Robert J., 

Herrick, Rufus W., 

Hard, John, . 

Jencks, Isaac R., . 

Keith, Samuel R., 

Kendall, Otis F., . 

Kenfield, Henry M., 

King, Peter, Jr., . 

Kavanaugh, Jerry M., 

Lester, Frank F., 

Lilabridge, Clark, 

Lothian, Charles, . 

Lury, Isaiah, 

Munsell, Ambrose, 

Munsell, George F., 

McGrath, James, . 

Mellen, Henry O., 

McKellup, Michael, 

McGurnie, "William, 

Mills, George W., 

Mclntire, David, . 

Mcintosh, Elbridge, 

Morse, Almitus, . 

Murphy, John, 

Newell, Calvin D., 

Needham, James W., 
Packard, Dexter B., 
Phelps, William H., 
Randall, Edward O., 
Rider, Marshall, . 
Rhoades, Charles A., 
Shumway, George N., 
Strickland, Eli, . 
Studley, Charles A., 
Smith, William, . 



18 

25 

19 

18 

19 

20 

25 

22 

19 

20 

36 

19 

18 

40 

18 

23 

27 

21 

19 

28 

33 

29 

26 

21 

19 

18 

44 

28 

21 

23 

36 

34 

38 

44 

24 

25 

38 

22 



Palmer, . 
Belchertow 
Palmer. • 
Belchertown, 
Palmer. 



Ware, . 

Palmer, . 

Belchertown. 

Ware. 

Palmer. 

Belchertown. 

u 

Palmer. 

u 

Saco, Me., 
Palmer, . 
Belchertown. 

Palmer. 

(( 

Belchertown. 

Amherst, 

Springfield. 

Palmer. 

Willington 

Boston. . 

Palmer. 

Belchertown. 



39 
23 
40 
19 
24 
26 
21 
20 
18 
27 
27 



Ct 



Palmer. '. . 
Belchertown. 

a 

Palmer, . . 

a 
Monson, 
Palmer, . . 
Belchertown, 



22 Palmer, , 



Enfield. . . 
N. Braintree. 
Palmer. . . 
Belchertown, 
Enfield. . . 

a 

Granby, 
Belchertown. 
Palmer. . . 

a 

Provid'ce, R. 



Dis. re-enl't May 30, '63. 



Dis. re-enl't May 30, '63 



Ap. H. Stew. Nov. 1, '62. 

Died Jan. 31, '63. 



Dis. re-enl't May 30, '63. 

Des'd Oct. 31, '62. 



Dis. disab'y Mar. 26, "63. 

u u 

Dis. tore-'listMay 30,'63. 

Des'd Oct. 31, '62. 



Dsrt'd Oct. 30, '62. 



Dis. disab'y. May 29, '6 



Dis. disab'y Feb. 16. '63. 
Dis. to re-'list May 30, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



329 



Company H — Con. 
Sadler, John W., . 
Tuin, Charles, 
Thompson, Parlin, 
Upham, Chancel W., 
Wellman, George H., 
Wilder, Edward, 
Wilder, Edwin, 
Walker, Oliver, 
Woods, Edgar, 
White, Horace, 



Company I— Longmeadow. 
William G. Leonard, Captain, 
Keuben DeWitt, 1st Lieut., . 
N. Saxton Cooley, 2d " . 
Austin C. Gove, 1st Sergeant, 
Addison Parker, Jr., Sergeant, 
Mortimer Pease, " 

William R. Sessions, " 
Edward E. Fuller, " 

Eugene C. Porter, Corporal, 
John Hobson, Jr., " 

Dexter Winter, " 

Edmund W. Warner, " 
George K. Ober, " 

Adin Alden, " 

William H. Wolcott, " 
Charles E. Knight, " 
Edwin F. Brooks, " 

David Roberts, " 

Jos. A. Bugbee, Wagoner, . 
George M. Robbins, Musician, 
George W. Scott, " 

Gilbert H. Coomes, " 
Richard H. Coomes, " 
Stephen R. Ashley, " 
Arnold, Charles A., 
Austin, Reynolds, 
Alden, Philo W., . 
Barnes, Edward F., 
Benedict, Oscar F., 
Bliss, Lorenzo, 
Brown, Elihu, 
Birge, Henry F., . 
Bowley, Jesse D., . 
Bureham, Francis A. 
Burnap, John D., 
Burr, Irving W., . 
Crocker, Nelson D., 
Carpenter, William A. 



26 
29 
25 
20 
18 
19 
19 
20 
18 
29 



35 
40 
20 
35 
22 
24 
26 
23 
25 
35 
43 
24 
20 
28 
38 
21 
20 
25 
27 
28 
21 
27 
18 
27 
34 
40 
25 
18 
37 
47 
42 
24 
42 
18 
44 
18 
22 
18 



Enfield, . . 
Palmer. . . 

Belchertown. 
Palmer. . . 
Enfield. . . 

u 
Belchertown. 
Enfield. . . 
Palmer, . . 



Wilbraham. 
Agawam. . 
Longmeadow. 
Ludlow. 
Agawam. . 
Wilbraham. 

Ludlow. 

Wilbraham. 

Ludlow. 

Agawam. . 

Longmeadow. 

Southampton. 

Wilbraham. 

Agawam. . 

Wilbraham. 

Ludlow, 

Wilbraham, 

Ludlow. 

Longmeadow. 



Wilbraham. 
Agawam. . 
Ludlow. 
Southampton. 
Wilbraham. 
(( 

Agawam. . 



Ludlow. 
Wilbraham, 



Lonameadow. 



Died Feb. 3, 18G3. 



Dis. to re-'list May 30, 'G3. 



Dis. to re-'list June 3,'63. 
Dis. disab'y, Feb. 16, '63. 



[main in Q. M. Dep't. 
Disch. June 25, '63, to re- 
Dis. to re-'list June 3, '63. 



42 



330 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



' NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence 


Kemarks. 


Company I — Con. 








Chapin, Samuel, . . • • 


21 


Wilbraham. . 


— ~" 


Cooper, Enoch L., 
Corn, John, . 






26 


Agawam. . . 


— — 






31 


Longmeadow. . 


— — 


Casey, Patrick, . 






18 


i( 


"" 


Collanan, John, . 






23 


Agawam. . . 


— 


Calhoun, Joel B., . 






43 


- - 


— ~ 


Chaffee, Marcus H., 






19 


Wilbraham, . 


Dis. tore-'UstJune3,'63. 


Converse, Albert, 






18 


Longmeadow. . 


u u 


Comstock, Charles B., . 






18 


Ludlow, . . 


4i tt 


Chapin, James, . 
Cooley, James E., 
Davis, Patrick, 






31 


" 


Dis.disab'y,June23, '63. 






28 


Longmeadow. . 


Trans, to Co. E, Oct.,'62. 






28 


Longmeadow. . 


— — 


Eaton, William C, 






28 


IC 


— "" 


Eggleston, Arthur F., . 






18 


u 


— ~ 


Edgarton, Stiles, . 






38 


Agawam, . . 


Dis.toro-'listJune3, '63. 


Farrow, Nelson, . , 






31 


u 


— 


Fisk, George D., . 






18 


Agawam. . . 


— ~ 


Fisher, Joseph, . 






39 


i« 


— ~ 


Fay, Charles B., . 






21 


Ludlow. . . 


_ — 


Frost, Leonard W., 






18 


- - 


Trans, to Co, E, Ja.1,'63. 


Griswold, James P., 






40 


Longmeadow. . 


[June 3, 1863. 


Gilleth, Francis, . 






19 


Agawam, . . 


Discliarged to re-enlist, 


Hitchcock, Edward N., 






20 


"W ilbraham. . 


- ~ 


Hayden, Charles H., . 






28 


Agawam. . . 


— — 


Hines, Isaac T., 






30 


Ludlow. . . 


~ 


Langdon, Oliver H., 






38 


Wilbraham. . 


— — 


Langdon, Alburtis, 






26 


u 


[June 3, 1S63. 


Lynds, Thomas J., 






35 


Ludlow, . . 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


McCutcheon, John, 






19 


u 


~ ~ 


Munsell, Lorenzo E., 






38 


Wilbraham. . 


— — 


Merrick, Samuel F., 






43 


li 


— ~ 


Manley, Edward 0., 






25 


Agawam. . . 


— — 


Murry, Daniel F., 






22 


Longmeadow. . 


— ~ 


Miller, Wilbur F., 






22 


Ludlow. . . 


— ~" 


Morrill, Edward, . 






43 


" . . . 


"~ — 


McCray, Edwin E., 






30 


Agawam. . . 


[Juno 3, 1363. 


Marshall, Julius M., 






22 


Ludlow, . . 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Mcintosh, Ethan, 






30 


Longmeadow, . 


Discharged June 25, 1S63, 


Naughton, Edward F., 






27 


Agawam. . . 


[to remain in Q.M.D't. 


Olds, David M., . 






25 


Ludlow. . . 


— "" 


Parker, Franklin E., 






22 


Agawam. . . 


— ~ 


Pyne, WiUiam, . 
Pease, Levi L., . 






20 


a 


~ ~ 






23 


Ludlow, . . 


— — 


Perkins, Elihu L., 






18 


Belchertown. . 


- - 


Pember, Andrew S., 






23 


Wilbraham, . 


Dis. tore-enlist, Jc.3,'63. 


Pease, Walter L., 






24 


(( 


U L( 


Pease, Dallas M., 






18 


Longmeadow, . 


u " 


Pomeroy, Lewis S., 






21 


Agawam, . . 




Prince, Charles, . 






32 


id 




Rowe, Jefferson, . 






20 


Wilbraham. 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



331 



NAMES. 


so 

< 


Kesidence. 


Eemarks 


Company I — Con. 








Roberts, Byron C., . 


23 


Agawam. . . 


[June 3, 1863. 


Bobbins, Calvin G., 




25 


Wilbraham, . 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Sikes, Charles, 




29 


Ludlow, . . 


Disch'd June 25, 1863, to 
remain in Q.M.D't 


Scripter, Alonzo L., . 




24 


Wilbraham, . 


Dis.to re-en-list, Je.3,'63. 


SIskron, Samuel F., 




18 


Agawam, . . 


(( (( 


Stewart, Edward H., . 




18 


Ludlow, , . 


Dis. re-enl't June3, 1863. 


Stebbins, Frank E.., 




20 


Longmeadow, . 


" disab'y Mar. 17, 1863, 
died in 4 days. 


Shaw, Alexander, 




44 


Ludlow, 


Dis. disab'y Mar. 19, \%m. 


Todd, Edson H., . 




20 


Agawam, . . 


" re-enl't June 3,1863. 


Tupper, George W., . 




32 


Wilbraham, . 


" disab'y Mar. 19, '63. 


West, Howard C, 




25' 


u 


- - 


White, Lovinski, . 




30 


Ludlow. . . 


- 


Whittemore, Joel E., . 




40 


Longmeadow, 


Dis. disab'y Mar. 21, '63. 


Company K— "Westfield, 






. 


John Avery, Captain, . . 


40 


Westfield. . . 


- 


Elisha C. Tower, 1st Lieut., . 


27 


Worthington. . 


— 


John W. Steele, 2d Lieut., . 


_ 


Westfield, . . 


Dis'd Oct. 16, '62. 


George M. Stewart, 2d Lieut. 


23 


Wales, . . . 


Com. Oct. 22, '62. 


S. R. Bingham, 1st Sergeant, 


23 


Westfield, . . 


Dis. re-enl't May 30, '63. 


John A. Hall, " " . . 


28 


u 


- - 


Charles D. Hollis, Sergeant, 


38 


Worthington. . 


- 


George W. Ives, " 


41 


Westfield. . . 


- 


Cyrus M. Parsons, " 




38 


Worthington. 


- 


Daniel A. Moore, " 




20 


Montgomery. . 


- 


Richard Hoxen, Corporal, 




35 


Springfield. . 


- - 


Dennis CofHin, " 




24 


Chester. . . 


- - 


Franz Keorst, " 




29 


Westfield. . . 


- 


Alfred Kilbourne, " 




31 


Worthington. . 


- 


Thomas Little, " 




23 


Westfield. . . 


- 


S. H. Pettus, " 




29 


Montgomery. . 


- 


Castanus Brown, " 




28 


Worthington. . 


- 


James L. Root, " 




18 


Westfield. . . 


_ 


Edwin N. Carr, " 




27 


Worthington, . 


Dis. re-enl't May 30, '63. 


John A. Gorham, " 




34 


Montgomery, . 


" disab'y Jan. 8, 1863. 


Avery, Gilson, 




18 


(( 


_ 


Adams, Ansel, 




44 


Worthington. . 


- - 


Aldrich, William H., . 




22 


_ _ 


Dis. re-enl't May 30, '63. 


Bosworth, Judson L., . 




18 


Westfield. . . 




Brown, Uriah, 




18 


Worthington. . 


- 


Burke, Henry W., 




18 


u 


- 


Benton, Henry, . 




33 


11. 


- - 


Blackman, Levi, . 




25 


a 


_ _ 


Bartlett, Davis, . 




26 


a 


_ _ 


Brackett, Ezra M., 




23 


a 


[to re-enlist. 


Boise, John B., . 




21 


Blandford, . . 


Discharged May 30, '63, 


Bowler, George B., 




18 


Westfield, . . 


Dis. for dis., Feb. 15, '63. 


Burr, James K., . 




30 


Worthington, . 


Died Mar. 15, '63. 



832 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Sixth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Con. 



Company K 
Bemis, Charles E,., 
Carrlngton, Zenas, 
Cody, William, . 
Crowningshleld, William, 
Cooley, Andrew, 
Chamberlin, William N, 
Cushman, Emerson B., 
Connell, Charles PL, 
Carter, James, 
Gary, John, . 
Denny, Edward A., 
Donohue, Timothy, 
Daley, Patrick, 
Darling, Cassius H., 
Doulin, Patrick, . 
Felton, Jos. W., . 
Green, Aella, 
Higgins, Edward L., 
Hogan, Patrick, . 
Hoag, Fitzhugh S., 
Haines, Benjamin, 
Hall, Benjamin F., 
Johnson, Eli Jr., . 
Kelley, Daniel, . 
Kelso, George P., . 
Kelley, John M., . 
Lloyd, Elihu B., . 
Moody, Francis O., 
McGee, Patrick, . 
Murphy, Charles, . 
Messenger, Edwin, 
Money, Mitchell, . 
O'Conner, Barney, 
Olds, Levi, . 
Parlow, William O., 
Provin, Shepard, . 
Prentiss, D wight L., 
Pendleton, Lyman, 
Pease, John D., . 
Pierce, Lorin, 
Richardson, Beuben B. 
B,ising, Albert A., 
Bussell, Hiram, 
Randall, Charles L., 
Schmidt, John C, 
Sheldon, Jos., 
Stephens, Anson F., 
Stannard, Morgan W., 
Starkweather, James, 
Smith, Orange C, 



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Blandford, . 
Chester. 
Worthington. 
Chicopee. . 

Westfield, . 
Worthington, 

a 

Wales, . . 

Springfield, 

Chester. 

Worthington. 

Gt. Barrington 

Belchertown, 

Chicopee, 

Wales, . 

Chester. 

Middlefield 

Westfield. 

Montgomery. 

Huntington, 

Westfield. . 

u 

Montgomery. 
Worthington, 
Montgomery. 
Chicopee. . 
Williamsburg. 
Westfield, . 

Chester Fact'y 
Indian Orch'd 
Middlefield, 
Westfield. . 

a 
Worthington. 
Westfield. . 
Worthington. 
Chicopee. . 

Westfield, . 
Worthington, 

a 

Westfield. . 

Montgomery. 

Worthington. 

Worthington. 
Chesterfield, 



Died July 13, '63. 



[to re-enlist. 

Discharged May 30, 'G3, 

Dis. for dis., Jan. 8, 'G3. 

" Je. 23,1863. 

Trans, to Co. F.Oct.. 'G2. 

Desr'dNov. 4, '62. 



Dis. to re-enlist, Je. 1, 63. 

(( u 

Desr'd Nov. 4, '62. 



[June 1, 1863. 

Discharged to re-enlist, 

Transferred to Co. E, 

[Oct., 1862. 

my. May 30, 1863. 
Discharged for disabil- 



Dis. to re-enlist, Jc. 1,'63. 



June 1, 1863. 
Discharged to rc-enlist. 



Dis. to re-'list June 1,'63. 
Dis. disab'y, April 14,'63. 

Died June 30, '63. 
" June 23, '63. 



Dis. to re-'llst June 1,'63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Sixth Regiment — Concluded. 



333 



NAMES. 


to 
<! 


Eesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company K — Con. 
Syrett, Benjamin, 
Smith, James, 
Smith, Jerome, 
Thayer, George, . 
Taylor, John, 
Thompson, David, 
Tower, Lyman J., 
Tracy, Frederick H., . 
Whitman, Charles, 
Worthington, Clarence M., 
Williston, Hiram E., . 
Wright, John, 
Weeks, George A., 
Wells, Ephraim, . 






21 
40 
25 
25 
32 
44 
43 
21 
25 
18 
39 
3.0 
28 
37 


Wales, . . . 
AVorthington, . 

Wales. . . . 
Westfield. . . 

Blandford, . . 
Westfield. . . 

Worthington. . 
Blandford, . . 
Granville, . . 


Dis. re-enl't June 1, 1863. 

Died June 23, '63. 

Dis. tore-'listJunel,'63. 
Trans, to Co. F, Oct., '62. 

Trans, to Co. F, Oct., '62. 
Co. E, Oct.,'62. 



This regiment 'was raised in the county of Hampden, chiefly 
through the exertions of its officers, and especially of its first 
commander, Colonel Bowler, who went with the regiment to 
Newbern, but was soon afterwards forced to resign, and come 
home, from severe illness. The regiment was recruited to the 
maximum at Camp Banks, near the city of Springfield, which 
camp it left on the 5th of November, 1862, for Boston, where 
it embarked for Newbern, North Carolina. It was detained in 
Boston Harbor by bad weather, but finally sailed in company 
with the Forty-Third and Forty-Fifth. Seven companies of the 
Forty-Sixth were on board the steamer " Saxon," the other 
three companies were placed with the Forty-Third and Forty- 
Fifth, on board the steamers "Merrimack" and "Mississippi." 

The regiment reached Newbern on the 15tli day of November, 
and was at once assigned to a brigade, commanded by Colonel 
Horace C. Lee, of the Twenty-Seventh Massachusetts, and 
encamped on the right bank of the Neuse, on the outskirts of 
the town. 

Very soon after its arrival, two companies, — A, Captain 
Spooner, and K, Captain Avery, were detached from the regi- 
ment, and assigned to outpost duty at Newport Barracks, an 
important station on the railroad between Newbern and Beau- 
fort, Captain Spooner taking command of the post. 



334 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

^Thus disposed and occupied with the usual camp duties, and 
perfecting itself in drill, the regiment remained until the 
organization of the Goldsborough expedition, in December, in 
which, and the engagements with the enemy, that occurred in 
that successful movement, it took part, an account of which 
was published in my last annual report. 

After the expedition the regiment returned to its old camp- 
ing ground, and where it remained until January 23d, when 
camp was changed to a position near the intersection of the 
Trent and Neuse roads, in Newbern. At this time. Company A 
was relieved from outpost duty at Newport Barracks, by Com- 
pany F, Captain R.H. Con well, and rejoined the regiment. From 
this time until March 13th, the regiment was chiefly occupied 
in drill, furnishing, however, daily, large fatigue parties, for 
the work of fortification, then being actively carried on. 

Upon the 13th of March the enemy commenced what 
seemed a determined attempt to repossess himself of Newbern, 
in resistance to which the Forty-Sixth was assigned an honor- 
able position, being ordered just at sundown of the 13th, with 
the Twenty-Fifth and Fifth Massachusetts, and Belger's Bat- 
tery, the whole under command of H. C. Lee, to hold in. 
check a column of the enemy demonstrating in great force 
upon the Trent Road, which had already driven in the advance 
pickets, and gained possession of an outpost at Deep Gully, 
about eight miles from Newbern. While upon this duty, and 
when upon the very eve of an encounter with the enemy, (the 
skirmishers of our force being actually engaged,) heavy can- 
nonading in the direction of Newbern, announced that the 
enemy had commenced operations in other quarters, and orders 
almost simultaneously reached us from General Foster, recall- 
ing the main portion of our forces to the city, the enemy having 
attacked an outpost on the northerly side of the Neuse. Accor- 
dingly this regiment with the Fifth Massachusetts, were at once 
withdrawn by General Palmer, commanding our division, and, as 
speedily as possible, were marched back and assigned a position 
within the lines of our entrenchments. They reached their 
camp about 12 o'clock, at noon the 14th of March, and 
remained under arms until 5 o'clock, P. M., when they were 
again sent out upon the same road to reinforce Colonel Amory, 
who, with part of his brigade, had an hour before proceeded to 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100.. 335 

occupy the same position held by us in the morning ; tliis timfi,' 
however, we had only to observe and follow a retreating 
enemy. 

Returning from this pursuit, occupying about three days, 
the regiment again resumed and continued its quiet routine, 
until the 26th of March, when it, with the Twenty-Fifth Massa- 
chusetts, and Captain Lee's New York Battery of Napoleons, 
(but leaving by order, two companies — A, Captain Tifft, and I, 
Captain Leonard, under command of Major S. B. Spooner,) 
was sent to Plymouth, North Carolina, an important post on 
the Roanoke River, then threatened by a force of the enemy, 
and garrisoned by two companies of the Twenty-Seventh Massa- 
chusetts, two companies of the First North Carolina, (white,) 
and a few North Carolina cavalry ; protected, however, on the 
river side by gunboats, under command of Captain Flusser, the 
infantry force of the garrison being under command of Major 
(now Lieutenant-Colonel) Bartholomew of the Twenty-Seventh 
Massachusetts. The whole land force was immediately, under 
command of Colonel Josiah Pickett, of the Twenty-Fifth 
Massachusetts, (a very brave and efficient officer,) applied to 
the work of perfecting the fortifications of the post. About a 
week after their arrival at Plymouth, Washington, a fortified 
post on the Tar River, about twenty-five miles in an air line 
from Plymouth, southerly, garrisoned mainly by eight com- 
panies of the Twenty-Seventh Massachusetts, under Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel Lyman, and the Forty-Fourth Massachusetts, was 
determinedly attacked and besieged by a large force of the 
enemy, who, at the same time, continued to threaten Plymouth 
and Newbern. The history of the gallant defence of this post 
appears elsewhere. 

During this eighteen days' siege, and always within hearing 
of its cannonading, the force at Plymouth, anxious for the 
result, and confidently waiting its turn, was occupied in con- 
structing fortifications, and preparing for defence against a 
daily-expected attack, but the defeated and discouraged enemy 
retired, and Plymouth was thoroughly fortified undisturbed. 

Soon after the siege of Washington was raised, the Depart- 
ment was districted, and the " District of the Roanoke," 
including Plymouth, was assigned to the command of Brig- 
adier-General Wessel, and our entire force, with the exception 



336 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

of Captain Lee's battery, was relieved by his brigade, and 
ordered back to Newbern, where the Forty-Sixth arrived on 
the 8th day of May, and went into barracks on the Neuse 
River, near its first camping ground. In preparation for the 
necessary reduction of the garrisoning force, consequent upon 
the expiration of the terms of service of the nine months' 
troops, General Foster proceeded to still more strengthen and 
fortify Newbern, and nearly all the infantry force, including 
ths Forty-Sixth, was employed in the construction of earth- 
works, and other means of defence. In this work the regi- 
ment was employed during the remainder of their stay at New- 
bern. with the exception of the period occupied in the expedi- 
tion, and successful attack upon the enemy's outposts at Dover 
(or Gum) Swamp, eight miles from Kinston, in which it took 
part, an official account of which is on file in this office. 
During the absence of the regiment at Plymouth, the detach- 
ment left at Newbern, under command of Major Spooner, 
consisting of Company A, Captain Tifft, and Company I, 
Captain Leonard, took active part in the defence of Newbern 
against the second threatened attack. The two companies 
were also, just previous to the return of the regiment, assigned 
to outpost duty, at Bachelder's Creek, about eight miles from 
Newbern, being attached to the command of Colonel Jones, 
commanding our line of outposts. The two companies con- 
tinued on this duty until June 1st, when relieved by Com- 
panies and H, and rendered most gallant service in holding 
the position against an attack made by a large force of the 
enemy on the night of the 23d of May, for which they have 
failed to receive their full meed of praise, because of the death 
of the much-lamented Colonel Jones, killed in their midst, in 
the defence of the post. 

I consider it my duty to commend and put on record here, 
the staunch courage of Captain Tifft, who, with his Company, 
A, and part of Company I, and ably supported by Lieutenant 
Gideon Wells, of Company A, and Lieutenant Reuben DeWitt, 
of Company I, held his position at a small earthwork in the 
extreme front of the line, when first attacked, until reinforced 
by Colonel Jones and a part of his regiment ; then, after 
the death of Colonel Jones, and when the whole force, with 
the exception of his command, demoralized by the death of 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 33T 

their colonel, had fallen back, and taken position nearly two 
miles in the rear, with the reinforcements sent from Nowbern, 
still continued at his post, having received no orders to retreat 
from any officer authorized to command him, and held the 
position until he was discovered there by a reconnoitering 
party from the reinforcements in his rear, and relieved. For 
meritorious conduct on this occasion, Sergeant Andrew S. 
Bryant, of Company A, was promoted to the sergeant-major- 
ship of the regiment, vacated by the re-enlistment of Sergeant- 
Major Field, in the Second Regiment Heavy Artillery. 

While upon this outpost duty on the 29th day of May, a 
scouting party sent out by Captain Tifft, by order of Colonel 
Jones, consisting of seven from Company I, and two from 
Company A, were ambushed and taken prisoners by a party of 
"Whitford's guerillas ; they were, however, soon after paroled 
and reached home in safety. 

Here, says the colonel, as proper in point of time, " I desire 
to chronicle a fact highly creditable to the regiment, and 
refutive of much of the newspaper slander that has been 
incurred by nine months' troops, in reference to their discon- 
tent in the matter of determining the date of expiration of 
their terms of service. The nine months of service, reckoning 
from the date of their muster into service of five of the com- 
panies of the Forty-Sixth Regiment, expired on the 25th day 
of June. It had been decided at the War Department that the 
term must be reckoned from the day of muster-in of the last 
or tenth company. This rule lengthened the term of service 
of five of the companies nearly five weeks, of four others, 
two weeks, and also materially lengthened the terms of several 
other of the nine months' regiments. 

General Foster being apprised of this, and understanding 
that it was considered unfair by some of the men of the various 
regiments affected, issued a circular stating that, "in order that 
no ground of complaint or dissatisfaction might exist, any 
company of any regiment that should make a request therefor, 
through its captain, and approved by its colonel, should be 
sent home in season to be mustered out at the expiration of 
nine months from the day of its muster-in" irrespective of 
the day of muster-in of any other company. This offer, to 
men longing for home, and home friends, (many sick, and all 

43 



338 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

weary and worn, the most unhealthy season of the year upon 
them, a decimating epidemic raging in their midst,) was tempt- 
ing, but I am proud to say, that Massachusetts was not dis- 
graced by its acceptance, — the offer was declined." 

At this period of the history of the regiment Colonel Frankle 
commenced, at Newbern, to recruit his regiment of heavy 
artillery, (Second Massachusetts,) and something over one 
hundred of the Forty-Sixth re-enlisted under his command. 
At midniglit of the 23d of June, orders were received for the 
regiment to prepare to embark at four hours' notice, with 
necessary equipage only, for Fortress Monroe, there to report to 
General Foster, who had already gone on, or, in his absence, 
to General Prince, and in the absence of both, to report by 
telegram to General Halleck, at Washington, for orders. The 
Pennsylvania raid of General Lee having then been commenced, 
and General Dix being engaged in a demonstration on Rich- 
mond via the Pamunky River, our destination was to join him 
with several other nine months' regiments, sent forward by 
Geneiial Foster. Embarking upon the night of the 24th of 
June, leaving behind (by order,) the sick and convalescents, 
and their camp and garrison equipage in charge of Lieutenant 
Daniel J. Marsh, after a delay of some eighteen hours, a 
stormy passage, reached Fortress Monroe on the 28th day of 
June, and there, having reported to General Foster, proceeded 
to take in rations, and prepare for a campaign under General 
Dix, but, it being ascertained that he did not desire troops 
whoso term of service had so nearly expired. General Na- 
glee, arriving on the following day from the North, pro- 
posed that the regiments volunteer for service in Pennsyl- 
vania, during the emergency. The suggestion was adopted, 
and General Naglee having communicated with General Hal- 
leck by telegram, ordered the Forty-Sixth with the Fifty-First 
and Eighth Massachusetts to Baltimore, and to report to 
General Schenck. The regiments reached Baltimore on the 
morning of the 1st day of July, and were assigned to the 
brigade of General E. B. Tyler, then commanding the exterior 
defenses of Baltimore, and were stationed at " Camp Brad- 
ford," about two miles from the centre, but within the limits 
of the city. Here the regiment was employed in patrol and 
guard duty, escorting and guarding of prisoners, &c., until 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 339 

July 6th, when it was attached to a brigade under command 
of Brigadier-General H. S. Briggs, and proceeded by rail to 
Monocacy Junction, on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, at 
which point, with the Eighth Massachusetts, it was detached 
and ordered to march to Fredericksburg to report to Major- 
General French. Upon reaching Frederick it was found that 
it was the Seventh New York that was wanted instead of us, 
and we, as were also the Eighth Massachusetts, were ordered to 
march back and rejoin our brigade. Our brigade then pro- 
ceeded by rail to Sandy Hook, with orders to occupy and hold 
Maryland Heights, the enemy then occupying Harper's Ferry. 
Reached the Heights on the night of July 7th. Here they 
remained, occupied partly on picket duty on the Sharpsburg 
Road, until July 11th, when, with the rest of General Briggs' 
brigade were ordered to join the main army of the Potomac. 
Starting at nine o'clock at night, and marching night and day, 
with hardly an interval of rest, it reached and was joined to 
the First Corps at its position on the right of the line beyond 
Funkstown. Here they remained, momentarily expecting an 
offensive or defensive movement for twenty-four hours. We 
continued with the First Corps until the morning of the day 
that the army crossed the river at Berlin, when, while on the 
march, orders unexpectedly came for us to " immediately pro- 
ceed by the shortest route to the place of general rendezvous 
of the regiments in Massachusetts, there to be mustered out 
of the service, our term having expired," and within fifty 
yards of the river the regiment filed out of the column, and 
its campaigning was over. 

Proceeding by the shortest route, via Baltimore and New 
York, it reached Springfield on the morning of the 21st of July, 
and the regiment was furloughed for one week, to give time 
and opportunity for the preparation of the muster-rolls, at the 
expiration of which time the regiment assembled at Hampden 
Park, in Springfield, and was duly mustered out of service by 
Captain Gardner, United States Mustering officer. 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jaa. 



PORTY-SEVEWTH HEGIMEK'T. 



K A M E S . 



Lucius B. Marsh, Colonel, . 
Albert Stickney, Lieut-Colonel, . 
Austin S. Cushman, Major, . 
Eli C. Kinsley, Adjutant, 
George N. Nichols, Q. M., . 
JohnBIackmer, Surgeon, 
Frederic W. Mercer, As'st Surg'n. 
Charles F. Barnard, " _ " . 
George H. Hepworth, Chaplain, . 
Edward W. Clark, 
George P. How, Serg'nt Major, . 
Henry L. Wheeler, Com'ry Serg't. 
John C. Heymer, " ^ " . 

William M. Wright, Prin'l Mus'cn. 
Joseph H. Wellman, Q.M. Serg't., 
George K. Bird, " " ^ • 

Charles Lee Foster, Hosp'l Stew'd, 

Company A— Cambridge. 
Albert Stickney, Captain, 
Alpheus Hyatt, " 

Alpheus Hyatt, 1st Lieut., . 
Charles B. Stevens, 1st Lieut., 
Charles B. Stevens, 2d " 
Stephen S. Harris, 2d " 
Francis Ivers, 1st Sergeant, 
John Allyn, Sergeant, 

Harrison S. Waterman, " 
James H. Nason, " 

Charles H. Bate, " 

William E. Maynard, Corporal, 
George Bates, " 

Oliver A. Bond, _ " 

Leonard L. Daniels, " 

John F. Mumler, " 

Francis J. Hutchings, " 
George H. Willard, " 

Michael Corcoran, " 

Horatio H. Frost, _ " 
Henry Fries, Musician, 
William M. Wright, " 
Jabez Hagan, Wagoner, 
Adams, William H., 
Armstrong, James, 
Alfred, James, 
Baldwin, Benjamin G., 
Barker, James, 
Bate, George C., . 
Bates, Joseph H., 



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Boston. . . 
Cambridge. 
New Bedford. 
Cambridge. 
Roxbury. . 
SomervIUe. 
Boston. . . 



Newton, 
Concord. . 

Cambridge, 
Pepperell. . 

Boston, . . 
N. Andover, 



Cambridge, 



Brighton. 
Cambridge. 

Boston. . 

Pepperell, 

Cambridge 



Cambridge 



Com. Apr. 24, '63. 
Disc'dFeb. 11,'63. 
App'tdMar.25,'63. 

[Guard, July 23, '63. 

Appnt'd Capt. in Native 

App'td Com'ry Serg'nt, 

[July 23, '63. 

Disc'd Feb. 9, '63. 

Pro. Q. 51. S. Feb. 9, '63. 

Died Aug. 8, 1863. 



Prm'td Lt Col,N"ov.6,'62. 
Promt'd Capt.Nov.7.'62. 
Pro'dlstLt.,Nov. 6, '62. 



[23, 'G3. 

Diso'd for prorr.t'n, Mar. 

—(no date.) 

Promt'd Pi-In. Musician, 



Dsrt'd Nov. 27, '62. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 341 

Forty- Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence 


Eemarks. 


Company A — Con. 








Blaisdell, George J., . 


18 


Cambridge. 


- - 


Boyden, Albert, . 






21 


- 


Dis. disab'y, May 18, '63. 


Burley, David P., 






24 


Cambridge, 


" " June 11, '63. 


Brown, Simon, 






28 


- 


D§rt'd Nov. 23, '62. 


Carton, Francis, . 






28 


Cambridge. 


- - 


Carr, James, 






28 


Somerville. 


- _ 


Clark, Ambrose H., 






31 


Cambridge. 


- 


Cofran, Henry C, 






21 


(( 


- 


Coury, James, 






18 


a 


- 


Coombs, Charles E., 






24 


u 


_ _ 


Cunningham, Charles, 






21 


u 


- 


Cone, Robert H., . 






25 


- 


Desrt'd Oct. 8, '62. 


Day, John M., 






21 


Cambridge. 


- - 


Dinon, John, 






26 


_ - 


Dsrt'dNov. 23,'62, 


Farwell, George 0., 






18 


Watertown. . 


- - 


Farrall, John, 






27 


Cambridge. 


- 


Fleck, Matthew, . 






26 


u 


- 


Flint, Benjamin K., 






37 


n 


- - 


Frost, William E., 






18 


u 


- 


Fahey, Edward, . 






21 


- - 


Dsrt'd Oct. 24, '62. 


Fitzgerald, Francis G., 






27 


- 


" Nov. 7, '62. 


Fallon, Michael J., 






28 


- 


" Nov.23, '62. 


Gardner, Henry R., 






24 


Cambridge. 


- 


Gardner, Joseph H., 






20 


u 


- 


Gay, Charles A., . 






18 


u 


- 


Giliett, Simon 0., 






25 


u 


- - 


Glennon, James, . 






27 


<( 


_ _ 


Grady, Charles 0., 






19 


Southboro'. 


_ - 


Griffin, Eliphalet, 






37 


Cambridge, 


Dis. disab'y, Nov. 7, '62. 


Gillott, John, 






30 


Lowell, . . . 


Desrt'd Dec. 5, '62. 


Hadley, Brooks, . 






18 


Cambridge. 


- 


Hartford, John W., . 






37 


Watertown. . 


[May 1, 1863. 


Hawes, Daniel C, 






22 


(( 


Transferred to Com'y C, 


Hazlett, Joseph, . 






22 


Cambridge. 


- 


Healey, Bernard, 






34 


u 


Died Aug, 26, '63. 


Harlow, Charles D., 






27 


u 


" " 23, '63. 


Harlow, John H., 






18 


<f 


[July 23, 1863. 


Heymer, John C, 






37 


a 


Prom'd to Com'y Serg't, 


Hildreth, Edward P., . 






34 


— — 


- _ 


Hudson, William, 






25 


Cambridge. 


- 


Hyde, Joseph, 






30 


Lowell. . . . 


[Oct. 24, 1862. 


Heywood, Lucius M., . 






34 


- 


Dischar'd for disability, 


Jaques, Isaac J., . 






44 


Cambridge. 


- - 


Jones, John K., , 






36 


ii 


- 


Kirkwood, Alexander 0., 




23 


u 


- - 


Lawson, Frederick H., 




32 


_ _ 


— _ 


Libby, Jackson H., 




29 


W. Cambridge. 


_ _ 


Lougee, Samuel C, 




21 


Provid'ce,R.I., 


Dis. Jan.l2, '63, disab'ty. 


Lunt, Elias L., . 




34 


Cambridge, . 


" Julys, '63, " 


Lincoln, Lewis, . 




28 


_ _ 


Deser'dOct. 5,'62. 



342 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



[Jail. 



NAMES. 



Company A — Con. 
McNabb, Thomas, 
Mathews, Eugene H., 
Mayberry, Elijah N., 
McCoy, James, . 
Naughton, John, . 
Newhall, Joseph E., 
Newman, Henry, 
Niles, John B., 
Norris, John L., . 
Nutting, Ephraim M., 
O'Brien, William, 
O'Connor, John, 
O'Neill, Patrick, 
Poole, Isaac, 
Pickett, Abiel H., 
Ramseyer, Fred. A., 
Reed, Alfred, 
Rice, John P., 

Sandy, John N., . 

Savary, John, 

Sawin, Daniel H., 

Silverman, Barney, 

Stafford, John, 

Stone, Horace, 

Stratton, Harrison W., 

Saunders, Arthur, 

Solon, John, 

Simpson, Charles W., 

Titcomb, George W., 

Tuttle, Freeman, 

Waterman, George H., 

Wheeler, Edwin M., 

Witham, William A., 

Wood, George A., 

Wright, Abiel H., 

Wilson, George W., 

Wilson, Elias, 

Zirngiebel, Louis, 



Company B— East Cambridge. 
John W. McGregor, Captain, 
Edward B. P. Kinsley, " 
Jared Shepard, 1st Lieut., . 
Edward B. P. Kinsley, 2d Lieut.. 
Charles P. Blaisdell, 2d Lieut., , 
Edward H. Dwyer, 1st Sergeant, 
Abiel F. Fifield, Sergeant, . 
Ferdinand L. Vaustry, " 
D. Henry Blaisdell, " • 
Patrick Hallahan, " 



28 

33 

19 

22 

18 

18 

30 

24 

23 

29 

26 

31 

25 

2i 

33 

19 

25 

32 

18 

30 

19 

19 

18 

25 

35 

27 

21 

24 

20 

30 

20 

21 

25 

19 

22 

25 

28 

27 



34 
27 
35 

27 
28 
28 
25 
38 
24 
28 



Cambridge. 



Cambridge. 



Cambridge, 



Lowell. . . 
Cambridge. 

it 

Cambridge. 



Desr'd Jan. 14 '63. 



Desr'd Nov. 23,'62. 
Died Aug. 4, 1863. 

[Dec. 10, 1862. 
Dischar'd for disability, 



Cambridge. 



Cambridge. 



Cambridge. 



Des'd Nov. 23, '62. 

u a 

" Dec. 5, '62. 



Desr'd Oct. 12, '62. 
» Nov. 23,'62, 



Resig'dDec.20,'62. 
Died July 1, '63. 

Pro'dCapt.,Dec.24, '62. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty- Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



343 



NAMES. 



Company B — Con. 
Nathaniel L. Rich, Sergeant, 
Alamando B. Russ, Corporal, 
Joseph J. Rivers, " 

Charles 0. Welch, " 
James M. Parker, " 
Andrew Metzger, " 
Augustus W. Nelson, " 
George S. Freemantle," 
Elisha Morris, " 

William M. INIcLaughlin, Musician 
Charles H. White, " '' 

Andrews, Franklin, 
Atkins, Alexander, 
Bacon, George W., 
Baker, Edwin J., . 
Barron, Herman, . 
Bertsch, Leo, 
Biggers, William, 
Brigham, Thomas D., 
Brown, John, 
Buckley, S. James, 
Casey, Thomas J., 
Cassidy, Edward, . 
Cliflford, Edward, 
Clukas, William H., 
Collins, Michal J., 
Clark, Thomas, . 
Crawford, Thomas, 
Dale, Thomas J., . 
Dale, William, 
Dailey, Thomas, . 
Druhan, Patrick, . 
Dustin, Samuel N., 
Durgin, Edgar C, 
Fisher, Thomas J., 
Frazer, John B., . 
Frazer, George H., 
Fay, John, . 
Gilbert, Samuel A., 
Goldsmith, Nathaniel, 
Gardner, J. Lewis, 
Harrington, Philip, 
Hartnett, Timothy A., 
Hillman, John J., 
Henley, Charles, . 
Jones, William H., 
Kessell, Frederick, 
Kessell, Herman, . 
Kinsley, Eli C., . 
Lingard, Reuben, 



28 
33 
30 
21 
20 
21 
24 
27 
28 
19 
28 
30 
18 
19 
19 
18 
18 
18 
28 
22 
19 
27 
43 
43 
29 
19 
22 
27 
24 
18 
20 
20 
22 
24 
29 
41 
18 
20 
38 
44 
22 
21 
19 
29 
21 
44 
40 
18 
34 
21 



Cambridge, 



Boston. . 

Cambridge. 

u 

Marlboro'. 
Charlestow 
Cambridjre 



Cambridge 



Boston, . 
Cambridge 



Marblehead 
Cambridge 



Cambridge 



Boston, . 

Charlestow: 

Cambridge 



Dis'd for pro'n (no date.) 



Des'd Nov. 28, '62. 



U ti 



Deser'd Oct. 8,'62. 



Des'd Sept.20,'62. 



Dis. disab'y May 6, 1863. 



Des'd Sept. 20, '62. 



Pro. to Adj'tKov. 7,'62. 



344 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


CO 

< 


Eesidence. 


Bemarks. 


Company B — Con. 








Lave, Joseph, .... 


22 


Marblehead. . 


- - 


Lynch, John, 




\ 


19 


Cambridge, . 


Dis. disab'y Dec. 5, 1862. 


Lester, James, 






_ 


- - 


Des'd Dec. 4, '62. 


Manchester, Curtis S., . 






29 


Cambridge. 


- - 


McElhiney, Alexander, 






23 


a 


- 


McCarron, John J., 






45 


u 


-— - 


Marsh, Benjamin F., . 






18 


a 


- 


McFarland, William., . 






42 


Boston. . . . 


- 


McGivney, Thomas, 






28 


Cambridge. . 


- - 


McKeoun, William, 






40 


u 


_ _ 


Moore, James H., 






21 


■^ " '. '. 


_ _ 


Morrison, Hugh H., 






34 


u 


_ _ 


Morton, Henry, . 






22 


- 


- - 


Myers, Godfrey, . 






26 


Cambridge. 


- - 


Mangin, John, 






27 


Boston, . . . 


Desr'd. Sep. 23,'62. 


McDonough, Patrick, . 






19 


Bedford, . . 


" Nov.21,'62. 


McLean, John J., 






35 


Boston, . . . 


" Nov. 29,'62. 


Newman, William, 






18 


Cambridge. 


- 


Nolan, Patrick, . 






21 


(( 


_ _ 


Porter, Jerry A., . 






19 


(( 


- - 


Putney, Horace B., 






18 


4( \ 


- 


Pineo, Ezekiel, Jr., 






18 


a 


Des'd Dec. 21, '62. 


Reading, George S., 






28 


" . . 


_ _ 


Keichberg, Peter, ; 






18 


a 


_ _ 


Ross, Michal, 






35 


a 


_ _ 


Ridley, Charles, . 






26 


Boston, . . . 


Desr'd Oct. 5, '62. 


Reed, George D., . 






24 


Cambridge, . 


Dis. disab'y,Maj' 5, 1863. 


Ryan, Timothy, . 






19 


Quincy, . . 


Sept. 19,'62. 


Smith, William J., 






33 


Cambridge. 


- — 


Stewart, Amherst, 






38 


(( 


_ _ 


Seward, George W., 






22 


Boston, . . . 


Dis. disab'y,May 5, 1863. 


Sharp, William, . 






32 


Charlestown, . 


Des'd Sept. 19, '62. 


Stickney, Lyman B., 






24 


Boston, . . . 


» Oct. 19, '62. 


Spears, H. William, 






23 


Cambridge, . 


Transf'd to Co. K. 


Temple, Israel S., 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Travis, Edward K., 






25 


Cambridge. . 


_ _ 


Thompson, William, 






22 


Halifax, N. S. 


- 


Treanor, John, 






44 


Quincy. . . 


- - 


Uhlick, Charles L., 






21 


Cambridge. 


- 


Walker, Henry, . 






20 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Williams John, 






20 


_ _ 


_ - 


Willott, Samuel S., 






IS 


Cambridge. 


_ _ 


White, Patrick F., 






19 


u 


_ _ 


White, Henry, 






35 


Quincy. . . . 


- 


Wright, Edward C, 






19 


Cambridge. 


_ — 


Wiegand, John, . 






34 


u 


Des'd Oct. 13, '62. 


Whittemore, Jacob, 






22 


Boston. . . . 


" Sept. 29, '62. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



845 



Company C— Attleboro'. 
Lemuel T. Starkey, Captain, 
Everett S. Horton, " 
Frank S. Draper, 1st Lieut., . 
Everett S. Horton, 2d Lieut., 
Bernard E. Backer, 2d Lieut., 
Henry A. Burchard, 1st Sergt., 
Thomas G. Gandland, Sergeant, 
John A. Godfrey, " 

John G. Uhik, 
Frank W. Leavitt, " 

Seth Talbot, Corporal, 
Fred'k P. Leavitt, " 
Almon H. Tucker, " 
Lucian P. Cutler, " 
Martin V. Hill, " 
Henry S. Adams, " 
Wm. O. Conner, " 
Sam'l G. Bassett, " 
Alger, Howard, . 
Alphonse, Theo., . 
Armstrong, Alexander E,., 
Aldrich, James H., 
Belcher, Robert H., 
Burden, Elisha P., 
Bowen, Thomas, . 
Burehard, Davis A., 
Bussell, Charles S., 
Carnes, William, . 
Chaffee, Warren L., 
Chase, Alva E., . 
Cobbett, Obed, . 
Cole, Frank W., . 
Collar, David, 
Cole, Loring, 
Dary, Orville L., . 
Desse, Disin, 
Dorman, William B., 
Delouil, Felix, 
Elderkin, John, . 
Elderkin, Eussell, . 
Evans, Benjamin P., 
Evans, Samuel J., 
Fisher, Frederick E., 
Fisher, Tisdale, . 
Fisher, Joseph A., 
Fisher, Henry, 
Frawley, Henrv, . 
Gage, Edward N. C, 
Glassbrook, Joseph, 
Glassbrook, George I., 



46 
26 
31 
26 
32 
21 
22 
41 
39 
22 
30 
22 
32 
23 
25 
29 
42 
39 
22 
30 
18 
25 
33 
25 
44 
18 
17 
39 
29 
38 
41 
18 
49 
18 
22 
32 
27 
23 
25 
38 
29 
33 
18 
25 
22 
20 
20 
14 
42 
18 



Attleboro', 



Foxboro', 
Attleboro'. 



Mansfield. 
Attleboro'. 
Mansfield. 
Attleboro'. 

Seekonk. 
Attleboro'. 



Mansfield. 

France. . 

Boston. . 

Attleboro', 

Mansfield. 

Seekonk. 

Attleboro'. 

Boston. . 

Attleboro'. 

Seekonk. 

Attleboro'. 

Mansfield. 

Attleboro'. 



France, . 
Seekonk. 

u 

Attleboro'. 
Milford. . 
Stoughton. 
Attleboro'. 
Stoughton. 

Attleboro'. 

Boston. . 



Resig'dJan.27,'63. 
Disc'd Aug. 5, '63. 

Prom. Capt.,Feb. 2, '63. 



Died June 29, '63. 



Disc'd June 23/63. 



Disc. April 11, '63. 



44 



346 ADJUTANT-GENEEAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company C — Con. 
Gorman, Michael, 
Gourdier, Charles, 
Goff, Samuel N., . 
Guild, Mortimer A., 
Guild, Edgar W., . 
Hannaford, Walter, 
Hanlon, James, . 
Hewes, James E., 
Horton, Charles, . 
Horton, George S., 
Hatten, George H., 
Hawes, Daniel C, 
Hartshorn, George, 
Jackson, Charles, . 
Jackson, George B., 
Jordan, Dexter S., 
Kelly, James, Jr., . 
Leonard, Richard B., 
Littlefield, Daniel B., 
Littlefield, Horace M., 
Llufi-id, Washington B. 
Lee, James, . 
McGuire, Augustus, 
McGuire, James, . 
McGuire, Patrick, 
Miller, Caleb, 
Miller, John, 
Miller, Charles E., 

Martin, Sylvanus, 

McGuire, Patrick, 
Megori, Henry, . 

McCavat, Alexander, 

Morris, Stephen, . 

Norton, George H., 

Nye, William A., 

Olney, Amasa, 

Parmenter, Edward D., 

Perry, Horatio N., 

Purcell, Michael, . 

Peterson, George I., 

Pike, Eugene C, . 

Pope, Charles, 

Place, Alonzo, 

Reed, George R., . 

Russell, Frederick, 

Ryan, Michael, 

Shepardson, Edwin G. 

Solomon, John J., 

Stone, William M., 

Stewart, George, . 



30 

31 

27 

23 

15 

21 

45 

30 

43 

45 

45 

22 

41 

39 

36 

46 

25 

30 

18 

18 

38 

21 

18 

23 

44 

21 

29 

26 

22 

41 

27 

18 

25 

29 

20 

45 

20 

22 

22 

41 

20 

18 

22 

21 

18 

22 

20 

18 

36 

18 



Attleboro'. . 



Boston. . . 

Framingham. 
Seekonk. . 
Attleboro'. . 

Medway, . 
Attleboro', . 



South Boston. 
Stoughton. . 



Seekonk. . 
Stoughton. . 

u 

Seekonk. • 

Mansfield. . 
Seekonk. . 
Stoughton, . 
France, . . 
Stoughton, . 

Attleboro'. . 

u 
Seekonk, . 
Attleboro'. . 

Charlestown. 
Boston. . . 
Attleboro'. . 
Stoughton. . 
Framingham, 
Attleboro'. . 
Stoughton. . 
Lawrence. . 
Attleboro'. . 



Seekonk. 



Disch'd Dec, 1862. 

Trans, to Co. A, May,'63. 

Died July 14, '63. 



Desr'dSep.26,'62. 



DIsc'd Dec, 1862. 

" May 1, '63. 
Desr'dNov.15,'62. 

" Sep. 26, '62. 



Disch'd Dec, 1862. 



Desr'd Nov. 15,'62. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty- Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



347 



Company C — Con. 
Stewartson, Benjamin, 
Schowler, Joseph, 
Stafford, William, 
Stanton, Amos C, 
Tappan, Ephraim H., 
Tucker, Roscoe L., 
Thomas, Bethuel W., 
Thayer, Lorenzo J., 
Varnum, Augustus D., 
White, Jeremiah W., 
Whitman, Josiah, . 



Company D— K"ew Bedford. 
Austin S. Cushman, Captain, 
Joseph Burt, Jr., " 

Joseph Burt, Jr., 1st Lieut., . 
William H. Topham, 1st Lieut., 
William H. Topham, 2d Lieut., 
Samuel J. Blain, 2d Lieut., . 
Thomas L. Clarke, 1st Sergeant, 
John C. Brown, Sergeant, 
Thompson E. Gammons, " 
Daniel V. Smith, " 

James F. Hoyle, " 

William H. Knox, " 

James Leary, Corporal, 
Edward Reichmon, " 
Oliver S. Brock, « 
Charles Palmer, " 

George H. Howland, " 
Charles Lindgreen, " 
Savory C. Braley, " 
Theo. P. Crowell, " 
Moses W. Emerson, Musician, 
William H. Wilson, " 

Peter C. Reynolds, Wagoner, 
Bearse, Clarance A., 
Bauman, Henry, . 
Borden, Charles M., 
Brown, George A., 
Brownell, Frederick W., 
Brown, Dedrick, . 
Blake, William, . 

Brown, George, . 
Brown, Charles, . 
Carroll, Robert S., 
Carter, William, . 
Caswell, David P., 
Chase, William R., 



27 
27 
18 
38 
27 
18 
27 
33 
34 
36 
33 



35 
41 
41 
32 
32 
28 
38 
34 
24 
28 
39 
33 
42 
28 
27 
25 
23 
26 
18 
19 
29 
18 
26 
19 
21 
35 
21 
18 
44 
21 

24 
25 
18 
34 
34 
20 



Boston. . 
France, . 
Boston, . 
Attleboro', 



Wareham, 
Rehoboth, 
Attleboro'. 
Stoughton. 
Mansfield, 



New Bedford, 



Acushnet. . 
New Bedford. 

Westport. . 

n 

Dartmouth. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
New Bedford. 
Boston. . . 
Acushnet. . 
New Bedford. 
Lawrence. . 
New Bedford. 
Fall River. . 
New Bedford. 



Dartmouth. 
New Bedford. 



New Bedford. 

Acushnet. . 
Dartmouth. 



Dis'd Apr. 11, '63. 
" Mar. 27, '63. 
" August, '63. 



Dis'd Nov. 15, '62. 
Died Aug. 16, '63. 

[^gt., Oct. 29, 1862. 
Trans, to Co. F, 50th 



Pro'd Major If ov. 8, '62. 
Prom'd Capt. Nov. 8, 62. 
Pro'd 1st Lt. Nov. 8, '62. 



[May 12, 1863. 
Discharg'd for disabil'y. 



[May 80, 1863. 
Disch'ged for disability, 
Trans, to 1st La. Cav'ry, 

[July 18, 1863. 

Deser'd Oct. 3, '62. 
" Oct. 30,'62. 



348 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


to 

< 


Eesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company D — Con. 








Calkin, Chandler C, . 


20 


Grnville,N.Y., 


Dis. disab'y, Mar. 9, '63. 


Drody, Charles W., 






18 


Dartmouth. . 


- 


Dennis, Luther, . 






18 


- - 


Desrt'd Oct. 7, '62. 


Dexter, Thomas, . 






25 


Edgartown, . 


" Oct. 27,'62. 


Ellenwood, George E,., . 






44 


New Bedford, . 


Dis. disab'y, Nov. 21,'62. 


Fish, David, . 






34 


- 


- 


Fales, Charles, 






42 


New Bedford, . 


Bis. disab'y, Dec. 17, '62. 


Gaylond, Thomas, 






27 


(( 


- 


Gifford, James F., 






21 


Fall River. . 


- 


Green, Abram.F., 






31 


New Bedford. . 


— — 


Garrett, Ralph'?., 






24 


- 


Dsrt'd Oct. 30, '62. 


Hammond, Martin V. E 


'? ' 


21 


Marion. . . . 


- - 


Hart, Philip W., . 




33 


Dartmouth. 


- 


Haskins, Samuel, 


. 


44 


New Bedford. . 


- 


Haskins, Ira E. P., 




18 


(1 


- 


Hathaway, Charles H., 






27 


(( 


- 


Howland, Ebenezer, . 






31 


(( 


- — 


Hunt, William, . 






20 


S. Andover. . 


- 


Hause, Hu2;o, 






26 


New Bedford, . 


Disc'dDec. 16,'62. 


Hall, William G., . 






26 


Dartmouth, 


" Nov. 9, '62. 


Hause, Judah, Jr., 






35 


New Bedford, . 


" Dec. 4, '62. 


Heiden, Frederick, 






38 


- 


" Oct. 30, '62. 


Hinds, Charles, . 






21 


New Bedford, . 


" Dec. 15, '62. 


Howard, Frank, . 






22 


- 


" Oct. 30, '62. 


Hoffman, George, 






31 


New Bedford, . 


" Dec. 5, '62. 


Kelley, Patrick, . 






21 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Leonard, Thomas W., 






23 


New Bedford. . 


Died July 15, '63. 


Ludlow, John R., . 






26 


a 


- - 


Lynch, Thomas, . 






18 


Boston, . . . 


Dsrt'd Nov. 8, '62. 


Lee, George, 






21 


a 


" Nov. 30, '62. 


McFaden, Andrew J., 






23 


a 


" Nov. 1,'62. 


Macomber, William H. 






19 


Dartmouth. 


- 


Matthews, James, . 






28 


New Bedford. . 


- 


Miskell, Michael, . 






35 


Fall River. . 


- 


Mondt, William, . 






23 


New Bedford. . 


- 


Murphy, Henry, . 






34 


a 


- 


Murphy, Jerry, . 






23 


Fall River. . 


- 


Murphy, James, . 






29 


New Bedford. . 


— — 


Marshall, Charles W., 






21 


Fall River, . 


Dsrt'd Nov. 24, '62. 


Nauman, August, . 






44 


New Bedford. . 


Dis. disab'y, Dec. 17, '62. 


O'Connell, John, . 






35 


u 


~ 


Palmer, Horatio A., 






21 


(( 


- - 


Peckham, Benjamin T. 






18 


u 


- 


Potter, William H., 






21 


it 


- 


Powers, Walter, . 






' 27 


u 


- 


Read, Charles, 






33 


is 


— — 


Read, Gideon, 






32 


Dartmouth. 


- 


Ricketson, Robert H., 






18 


u 


- 


Ryan, Timothy, . 






18 


Fall River. . 


- 


Ricketson, Frederick, 






29 


New Bedford, . 


Dsrt'd Dec. 4, '62. 



/ 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



349 



Company D — Con. 
Sabins, Weston G., 
Sampson, William R., 
Sanford, Charles G., 
Smith, William, . 
Soule, Jonathan, . 
Simons, James E., 
Thomas, Calvin, . 
Tripp, David, 
Tripp, George W., 
Tripp, Holden R., 
Tripp, James H., . 
Tripp, Job Potter, 
Turnev, David, . 
Tillinghast, William M. 
Tripp, James Harvey, 
Webster, Horace W., 
Williams, Albinus, 
Walker, Henry, . 
Weik, Michael, . 
Webster, James, . 

Ward, John, 



Company E— Charlestown. 
Charles Callender, Captain, . 
Charles G. Pease, 1st Lieut., 
Benjamin F. Hatch, 2d " . 
Edward C. Bradford, 1st Serg't., 
George R. Kelso, Sergeant, . 
Henry W'. Copp, " 

Sevens D. Gammel, " 
Henry L. Tappan, " 
Ephraim M. White, Corporal, 
Frank A. Titus, " 

John W. Hamilton " 
Edwin J. Barrett, " 
Horace P. Milton, " 
Bennett P. Spear, " 
Charles A. Clark, " 
Henry C. Cunningham," 
Marshall Newman, Musician, 
George Hennesey, " 
Ruel W. Huzzey, Wagoner, 
Augustus, George T., 
Appleton, Zeno A., 
Baker, Roswell F., 
Bryant, Albion, 
Barker, Joshua R., 
Blaisdell, Edwin, 
Burr, Horace F., 



43 
21 
21 
38 
25 
38 
35 
31 
37 
37 
20 
37 
32 
21 
38 
19 
29 
18 
27 
33 

27 



25 
27 
27 
25 
20 
22 
20 
21 
30 
25 
38 
32 
25 
29 
19 
21 
18 
17 
35 
20 
42 
18 
25 
24 
18 
18 



New Bedford. 
Dartmouth. 
Fall River. 
New Bedford. 
Albany, N.Y. 
Minisink,N.Y. 
Freetown. . 
New Bedford. 
Dartmouth. 
Netv Bedford. 
Ne^ Bedford. 
Mattapoisett. 
Fairhaven. 
Fall River, 
New Bedford, 



Phild'lpha,Pa., 



Charlestown. 



Derry, N. H., 
Boston, . . 

Charlestown. 
Hull. . . 
Hamilton, . 
Charlestown. 



Dsrt'd Dec. 4, '62. 



Dis. disab'y, Kov. 21, '62. 

Died June 4, 1863. 



Dis. disab'.v, 'Soy. 21, '62. 
Dis. disab'j-, July 4, '63. 
Trnsfer'd to 1st La. Cav. 

July 18, 1S63. 
Trnsfer'd to 1st La. Cav. 

July 25 1863. 



[June 13, 1863. 
Discliarg'd for disability, 
Dis. Dec. 18, '62, disab'y. 

Des'dNov.3, 1862. 

[Heavy Art. (no date.) 
Disc'd for promotion in 



350 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



If AMES. 




Kesldence. 


Remarks. 


Company E — Con. 








Babcock, Charles A., . 


36 


Charlestown. . 


- - 


Blanchard, Henry V. V., . 


44 


(( 


— — 


Buckminster, William, 


44 


ii 


— — 


Blodgett, Peter, .... 


28 


a 


- - 


Brothers, Hyppolyte P., 


- 


- 


[Nov. 15, 1862, 


Barnes, Henry A., 


23 


Charlestown, . 


Disch'ed for disabiUty, 


Barnes, Horace F., . 


20 


(( 


" (no date given.) 


Crosby, Cyrenius, 


45 


(( 


— — 


Charter, John W., 


28 


(( 




Cheney, Benjamin F., . 


17 


(( 


— ~ 


Cleaves, Emery, . . . • 


19 


(( 


_ _ 


Chase, Winfield, . . . • 


18 


ti 


.— — 


Cheney, Samuel G., . 


24 


u 


Died Aug. 19, '63. 


Chandler, Benjamin F., 


44 


(( 


(( (( 


Campbell, James, 


38 


u 


Desr'd Oct, 22, '62. 


Downing, John A., . 


25 


(1 


— — 


Dunton, Charles D., . 


23 


(( 


- 


Dunton, Henry L., 


22 


« 


- - 


Damon, Lincoln F., . 


18 


(( 


- - 


Durgin, John E., 


23 


" 


- - 


Downing, Washington J., . 


19 


1( 


— ~ 


Dakers, George F., . 


25 


(( 


— — 


Drew, Charles L., ... 


18 


(( 


— — 


Devoe, Edwin, .... 


37 


tl 


Desr'd Dec. 5, '62. 


Easterbrook, Mason C, 


19 


u 


- - 


Fisher, Samuel J., 


19 


<t 


— — 


Gregg, Frederick D., . 


24 


Derry, N. H. . 


- 


Gage, George E. A., . 


21 


Charlestown. . 


- - 


Gilrilan, Granville, 


24 


(( 


— — 


Graves, Benjamin F., . 


36 


Marblehead. . 


- - 


Hedley, Angus, . . . 


23 


Charlestown. . 


— — 


Hammond, Frank, 


18 


(( 


— — 


Hand, George W. S., . 


21 


(( 


- 


Kimball, Charles H., . 


39 


u 


- - 


Kimball, Benjamin F., 


19 


u 


- 


Knapp, George H., . 


19 


u 


— — 


Kibble, Thomas W., . 


33 


(( 


- - 


Leman, Frank H., 


18 


(( 


- 


Lowe, James, .... 


26 


Hull. . . '. 


- 


Lynch, John D., 


28 


- 


[June 28, 1863. 


Loring, Ansel P., ... 


35 


Hull, . . . 


Killed by guerillas. 


Moore, James, .... 


23 


Charlestown. . 


- - 


Moody, Joseph W., 


32 


(( 


- - 


McCloud, William, 


33 


<t 


— — 


Neale, Charles H., 


17 


i( 


[Nov. 15, 1862. 


Norris, Edwin J., ... 


42 


a 


Dischar'd for disability, 


Nelson, Abner, .... 


24 


(( 


Discharged for disabil'y, 


Plummer, James M. G., 


18 


(( 


[June 18, 1863. 


Porter, Herbert 0., . 


18 


Somerville. 


— — 


Pitts, John H., . 


17 


Charlestown. 





1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty- Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



851 



K A M E S . 


p 

to 

< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company E — Con. 








Putnam, Horace A., . 


24 


Boston. . . . 


— — 


Powers, William H., 




29 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Roberts, William H., 




22 


u 


- — 


Randall, J. Lyman, 




26 


(( 


- 


Rice, M. Wilder,. 




27 


u 


[Dec. 20, 1862. 


Ryan, Henry L., • 




23 


u 


Dischar'd for disability, 


Serovich, Louis G., 




24 


Hull. . . ! 


- — 


Shaw, Freeman S., 




27 


Charlestown. . 


- - 


Stone, Nathan A., 




18 


u 


- - 


Stone, Charles E., 




24 


(f 


- _ 


Smith, George M., 




36 


a 


- - 


Smith, Charles H., 




18 


i( 


- 


Sullivan, Timothy D. 0., . 


40 


it 


- 


Simonds, Nathaniel P., 


19 


a 


_ _ 


Stockbridge, James 0., 


21 


ii 


_ — 


Stevens, George W., . 


40 


Chelsea. . . 


— _ 


Skinner, Henry B., 




32 


Roxbury. . . 


- ^ 


Titcomb, Charles G., 




19 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Turner, Horatio G., 




33 


u 


- — 


Teele, Samuel F., 




17 


Somerville. 


- - 


Thompson, Henry F., 




18 


E. Boston. . . 


_ 


Temple, Alonzo W., 




18 


Somerville, 


Died July 7, 1863. 


White, Joseph H., 




25 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Witherill, Elisha B., 




19 


u 


- - 


Wheeler, Charles W., . 




18 


(( 


_ _ 


Widger, Charles G., 




33 


u 


- _ 


Webster, Bacchus, 




39 


u 


- 


Company F— At Large. 








IMelzar Dunbar, Jr., Captain, 


32 


Boston, . . . 


Com. revok'd Nov.24,'62. 


John P. Burbeck, " 


30 


(( 




John P. Burbeck, 1st Lieut., 


30 


(( 


Prom. Capt. Dec. 10, '62. 


George L. Shaw, " 


26 


(( 


_ _ 


George L. Shaw, 2d Lieut., . 


26 


a 


Prom. 1st Lt. Dec. 10,'63. 


John J. Currier, " 


21 


u 


_ - 


Henry A. Dunbar, 1st Sergeant, . 


27 


u 


- - 


Daniel F. Wood, Sergeant, . 


32 


(1 


_ _ 


Cyrus E. Burrows, " 


29 


ii 


— — 


Edward B. Stevens, " 


31 


u 


_ _ 


Frank Moore, " 


37 


South Boston. . 


- _ 


John M. G. Lee, Corporal, . 


26 


Canada. . . 


- - 


George A. Frost, " 


29 


Charlestown. . 


- _ 


Robert Colbit, " 


24 


Gloucester. 


_ — 


Wm. M. S. Holmes, " 


21 


Kingston. . . 


— _ 


John G. Adams, " 


23 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Edward C. Wales, " 


22 


(I 


_ _ 


Charles C. Haley, « 


24 


Portsm'th,N.H. 


— — 


Chas. A. Richardson, " 


27 


Boston. . . . 


— _ 


Anderson, James L., . 


30 


Portland, Me. . 


_ - 


Abbott, Charles H., 


21 


Boston. . . . 


— — 



352 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Seventh Regiment — Continu ed. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


to 

<1 


Residence. 


Eemarks. 


Company F — Con. 








Adams, John, .... 


- 


- - 


Des'd Oct. 25, '62 


Buncher, Henry, . 






28 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Barker, Fred. J., 






38 


Bethel, Me. . 


- 


Bartlett, Henry, . 






33 


South Boston. . 


— - 


Brickett, Walter D., . 






30 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Barnard, Charles F., . 






44 


" 


Disc. June 13, '63. 


Blake, John D., . 






33 


u 


Des'd Dec. 14, '62. 


Berwin, Leopold, . 






- 


- 


" Oct. 30, '62. 


Batchfield, James E., . 






32 


Boston, . . . 


Died July 29, '63. 


Cane, Friend, 






44 


Randolph. . . 


- 


Collins, John, 






23 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Casey, Patrick, . 






35 


" 


. - , - 


Cameron, Alexander J. 


K., 




42 


Pembroke, Me. 


- 


Collier, Phineas, . 






37 


Lynn. . . . 


- 


Dame, Charles E., 






21 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Drummond, William. 






23 


" 


- 


Dolan, Patrick, 






43 


" 


- 


Dorman, Henry C, 






35 


11 


- 


DeLonza, Henry, 






28 


u 


- - 


Desmond, Dennis J., . 






19 


" 


Des'd Nov. 14, '62, 


Fowler, John H., . 






41 


N. Ipswich, N. H. . 


- 


Fowler, Archibald C, 






19 


i( 


- - 


Felch, Edward, . 






25 


Holland, Vt. '. 


_ 


Flanigan, George, 








- 


Des'd Oct. 30, '62. 


Freeze, Noah L., . 






32 


Salem, . . . 


" Nov. 14, '62. 


Fisher, Nathan B., 






30 


S. Sandwich, . 


Disch'd, (no date.) 


Finnegan, James B., 






24 


Boston, . . . 


Shot by Capt. Burbeck, 


Gordon, Cornelius, 






18 


" 


[July 9, 1863. 


Gardner, Edward L., 






27 


" 


- 


Gunn, Joseph B., . 






28 


" 


- 


Glover, John, 






34 


East Boston. . 


- - 


Gough, John F., . 






26 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Greisinger, Frank E., 






42 


South Boston. . 


- 


Hayes, John B., . 






42 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Hudson, John R., . 






28 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Harrison, Joseph U., 






_ 


- - 


Des'd Nov. 1, '62. 


Ingersoll, Herbert D., 






21 


Gloucester. 


- 


Johnson, William H., 






26 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Jenkins, Alpheus F., 






18 


" 


- 


Knox, George H., 






24 


" 


- 


Krebs, Charles J., 






19 


South Boston. . 


- 


Lincoln, Eben B., 






35 


Lynn. . 


- 


Lewis, William, . 






- 


- - 


Des'd Oct. 30, '62. 


Merrill, Plorace, . 






44 


Boston. . . . 


- 


McDonald, Owen, 






33 


South Boston. . 


- 


Mitchell, Robert H., 






22 


W. Cambridge. 


- 


Mariner, Abner PL, 






23 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Milner, Jos. H., . 






30 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Mann, Thomas E., 






41 


" 


- - 


Middleton, Richard, 






35 


(( 


"" "~ 



1864.] . HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



353 



Remarks. 



Company F — Con. 
Moore, Samuel L., 
Moore, Augustus H., 
Newton, Charles, . 
Nichols, Alden S., 
Nash, Henry H., . 
Nash, Thomas R. P., 
Newman, Robert, . 
Nichols, Thomas, . 
O'Mara, William, . 
O'Brien, Thomas, 
Powers, John, 
Parker, Albert, 
Parker, Jonathan, 
Pierce, Albert P., . 
Purdy, William H., 
Ricker, Solomon S., 
Smith, Henry G.,. 
Stephens, William, 
Stevens, Franklin, 
Snow, Lewis D., . 
Stover, George, . 
Smith, John, 
Seaver, John W., . 
Smith, T. Delap, . 
Towle, George W., 
Taylor, John, 
Wood, Albert H. P., 
Woodbury, Benjamin, 
Walker, Azariah E., 
Welch, James, 
Wetherbee, Gardner E. 
York, Horace B. W., 

Ctimpany G — Concord, 
Richard Barrett, Captain, 
H. H. Buttrick, 1st Lieut., 
George F. Hale, 2d Lieut., 
Frank M. Gregory, 1st Sergeant, 
George Buttrick, Sergeant, 
Caleb H. Wheeler, « 
James W. Carter, " 
John Brown, 2d, *' 
Warren B. Ball, Corporal, 
Edward S. Wheeler, " 
Henry Johnson, " 
Alstein I. Fay, " 

Joseph E. Winn, " 
Abel G. Heywood, " 
H. B. G. Wheeler, " 
James W. Ferguson, Musician, 



26 
26 
18 
18 
36 
24 
24 

28 
25 
18 
30 
36 
41 

18 
30 
23 
34 

82 

22 
25 
28 
21 
20 
22 
34 

24 
34 



44 
35 
26 
25 
25 
20 
21 
26 
32 
18 
32 
18 
22 
27 
32 
35 



Boston, 



South Bosto 
Boston. . 
Scituate. 
Boston, . 

Boston. . 

Hopkinton. 
Lowell. . 
Plympton. 
Cambridgep'rt, 



Saco, Me. 
Roxbury. 
Plymouth. 
Lynn. . 

Boston, . 

Boston, . 

Roxbury, 

Boston. . 

Gloucester, 

Boston. . 

Searsport, 

Orleans. 



Brewster, 
Boston, . 



Concord. 



Me 



Dorchester. 



Des'd Dec. 22, '62. 

Transf dto 1st Louisiana 
[Cavalry, June 23, '63. 



Disch'd, (no date.) 

Transf 'd to 1st Vermont 
[Battery, March 31, '63. 

Deser'dDec.7,'63. 



Des'd Oct. 30, '62. 



Des'd Oct. 24, '62. 

« Dec. 18, '62. 

" Oct. 30, '62. 
Disch'd, (no date.) 



Disch'd, (no date.) 



Des'd Oct. 24, '62. 
Died April 24, '63. 
Des'd Dec. 22, '62. 



45 



354 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty- Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company G — Con. 
Charles S. Wilson, Musician, 
William A. Merriam, Wagoner, 
Ball, George H., . 
Bassett, Joseph, . 
Bemis, Frank E., . 
Benjamin, Cyrus W., 
Besse, Henry W., 
Blake, Silas H., . 
Blood, Leonard, . 
Blood, William H., 
Buckley, John, 
Buttrick, Gorham, 
Byron, John F., . 
Carter, Samuel G., 
Claflin, James, 
Clark, Levi H., . 
Craig, John, 
Cutler, Emerson B., 
Cochran, Thaddeus, 
Davis, George T., 
Dean, Charles H., 
Dennis, Charles E., 
Downing, Bartholomew, 
Farrar, Levi B., . 
Flagg, George G., 
Forbush, Charles, . 
Garfield, Isaac B., 

George, Lewis H., 

Gibbs, Joseph, 

Gleason, Edward, 

Gorman, Stephen, 

Goulding, Michael, 

Griffin, James, 

Hartshorn, George A., 

Hill, Thomas W., . 

Hoar, Joseph G., . 

Hosmer, Edward M., 

Hunt, William H., 

Hutching, Edward S., 

How, George P., . 

Hetszler, John, 

Ingraham, William A., 

Jaquith, George L., 

Johnson, Andrew, 

Johnson, Charles H., 

Kingsbury, Erastus H. 

Lovell, Benjamin, 

Ludixzen, George S., 

Mahan, Frank H., 

Manning, Orlando L., 



32 

27 

27 

22 

29 

18 

24 

38 

25 

24 

20 

22 

20 

18 

26 

34 

28 

26 

26 

22 

28 

32 

40 

22 

42 
22 
44 
18 
23 
18 
21 
27 
43 
19 
28 
18 
18 
24 
31 
32 
19 
20 
19 
29 
26 
28 
30 
28 
18 
22 



Boston. . 

Lexington. 

Concord. 

Yarmouth. 

Lincoln. 

Concord. 

Wareham. 

Sudbury. 

Billerica. 

Carlisle. 

Lincoln. 

Concord, 

Lexington, 

Concord. 

Marlboro'. 

Concord. 

Bedford. 
Boston. . 

a 

Lexington. 
Concord. 



Carlisle. 
Concord. 

a 

Boston. . 

Concord. 

Lincoln. 

Concord. 

Boston, . 

Concord. 

Bedford. 

Concord. 

Framingham 
Carlisle. 
Concord, 
Boston, . 
Carlisle. 
Concord. 
(( 

Bedford. 

Concord, 

Yarmouth 

Boston, . 

Concord. 

Billerica. 



Discli'dMar. 5,'63. 
Died June 4, '63. 



Dis'd Nov. 29, '62. 



Ap. Sg't-Maj. Nov. 6, '62. 

Deser'dNov.4,'62. 



Died Aug. 19, '63. 
Died Mar. 8, 1863. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty- Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



355 



Bemarks. 



Company G — Con. 
Monroe, James, . 
Monroe, William H., 
Monroe, George V., 
Nealey, Isaiah, 
Nickles, Charles E., 
Nourse, Milton, . 
Nones, John, 
Osgood, Samuel, . 
Penniman, Orenzo W 
Phelps, Edward F., 
Phillips, James O., 
Pierce, Henry W., 
Porter, Marcus M., 
Porter, Uriah C, . 
Rhoades, Samuel H., 
Richards, Oliver M., 
Eobbins, Charles H., 
Roberts, William H., 
Ryder, John E., . 
Stowell, Charles, . 
Snell, Charles E., 
Smith Coburn S., 
Stevens, Gilbert G., 
Sewall, George W., 
Watts, Isaac L., 
Webber, Charles W., 
Webster, Benjamin H 
Wetherbee, Charles R 
Wheeler, George F., 
Woodbury, Francis A. 
Wood, Gay ton O., 
Worthley, Charles T., 
Worthley, Hiram P., 
Wheeler, Henry L., 
Work, Hanson, . 
Welsh, Henry, 



Company H— Boston. 
Samuel O. Laforest, Captain, 
Grenvill G. Redding, 1st Lieut., . 
Charles B. Spencer, 2d Lieut., 
Moses W. Comsett, 2d " 
Robert B. S, Dandeny, 1st Sergt., 
Henry W. Steel, " " . 

Robert R. Andrews, Sergeant, . 
Robert P. Golding, " 

Albert F. Brown, " 

James Caldwell, « 

Oliver H. P. Howard, « 
Nathaniel P. Conant, Corporal, . 



33 
20 
23 
31 
19 
18 
28 
38 
23 
29 
22 
20 
21 
35 
18 
36 
25 
19 
33 
34 
34 
19 
19 
28 
38 
26 
33 
43 
20 
19 
37 
24 
18 
32 
42 
27 



45 
27 
29 
30 
25 
24 
18 
38 
23 
44 
25 
30 



Bedford. 
Carlisle, 

u 
Concord. 
Carlisle. 
Lexington. 
Concord. 
Billerica. 
Concord. 

Lincoln. 
Concord. 
Stoughton. 

u 

Concord. 

a 

Carlisle. 
Boston. . 
Yarmouth. 
Concord. 

Billerica. 
Concord, 
Cohasset, 
Bedford. 

Carlisle. 
Concord. 

u 

Boston. . 
Bedford. 
Carlisle. . 

Concord, 
Boston, . 



S. Boston. . 
Roxbury. . 

E. Cambridge 
New York, 
Boston. . . 
Hyde Park. 
Boston. . . 
Maiden. . . 
E. Cambridge 
Fall River, . 
Boston. . . 



DIs'd July 3, 1863. 
Died July 9, 1863. 



Disch'dJune6,'63. 

(no date given.) 



[Nov. 6, 1862. 
Appointed Com. Sergt., 

Disc'd July 3, '63. 
Desr'dOct.25,'62. 



Res'dDec. 22, '62. 

[July 31, 1863. 
Disch'd for promotion. 



[July 31, 1863. 
Disch'd for promotion, 



356 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Eesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company H — Con. 








Samuel L. Felton, Corporal. 


18 


Boston. . . 


- - 


Orriu F. Martin, " 


24 


Rumford, Me. . 


- 


Moses H. Gragg, " 


33 


S. Boston. . . 


- 


Charles A. Beeton, " 


28 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Daniel S. Henderson, " 


38 


" 


[Jul5' 31, 1863. 


Frederick Dame, " 


30 


(C 


Discli'd for promotion, 


George E. Owens, " 


22 


" 


Dis. forpro.,July31,'63. 


Andrew F. Stahl, " 


18 


Waterb'y, Me., 


u a 


William H. Rounds, " 


28 


Gorham, Me., . 


(( u 


Isaac N. Bridges, *' 


24 


Boston, . . . 


Died July 1,1863. 


Anderson, Robert, 


40 


S. Boston. . . 


[since returned. 


Armstrong, Francis, 






19 


Boston, . . . 


Absent under arrest— 


Bridges, Edwin, . 






20 


a 


- - 


Branning, John, . 






24 


E. Boston. . . 


- 


Burns, Peter, 






44 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Barneman, Oliver, 






35 


Waterb'y, Me. 


_ - 


Brown, Frederick W., . 






32 


Nova Scotia, . 


Des'd Nov. 2, '62 


Bridges, Robert G., 






21 


Boston, . . . 


" Dec. 17,'62. 


Britton, William, . 






45 


" 


" " 1862. 


Beman, Thomas, . 






38 


Nova Scotia, . 


" Oct. 28, '62. 


Brown, Samuel, . 






24 


Boston, . . . 


SickinHospit'latN. 0., 
since returned. 


Boomhower, Horatio, 






21 


Tewksbury, . 


Desr'd Oct. 17, 62. 


Clark, William H., . 






28 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Callahan, John J., 






25 


" 


- 


Conn, Nathaniel, . 






20 


ki 


- - 


Carlin, Thomas P., 






21 


Hartford, Vt. . 


- 


Coughlan, Frank, . 






42 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Clapp, Alexander H., 






39 


_ — 


[July 31, 1863. 


Campbell, John, . 






37 


Boston, . . . 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Carr, John, . 






22 


_ _ 


Desr'd Dec. 7, '62. 


Clough, Arthur W., 






26 


Boston, . . . 


Deserted 1862. 


Clinton, Donald, . 






35 


_ - 


a (1 


Coltrist, John H., . 






19 


Boston, . . . 


Desr'd Nov. 23,'62. 


Callahan, Robert F., 






23 


" 


Left sick at Mattoon, 
111., Aug. 15, 1863. 


Dwyer, John, 






_ 


_ _ 


Dis. re-'list July 31, '63. 


Dupont, Emile, . 






21 


Paris, . . . 


a a 


Day, Horace F., . 






21 


Boston, . . . 


Died June 26, '63. 


Davis, William, . 






20 


- 


Desr'd Nov. 21, '62. 


Dean, Osborn M., 






21 


Boston, . . . 


SickinHospit'latN. 0., 
since returned. 


Duvall, Charles H., 






27 


Newton, U. F., 


Absent under arrest,— 


Feenerty, Patrick, 






35 


S. Boston. . . 


[since returned. 


Furnald, Edward A., 






18 


Boston, . . . 


SickinHospit'latN. 0., 


Gay, Howard, 






18 


Lincoln. . . 


[since returned. 


Gifford, John, 






44 


Boston. . . , 


_ - 


Gill, William, . 






25 


u 


_ 


Guest, John, 






29 


" 


Deserted, 1862. 


Hunter, Thomas, . 






38 


" 


— ~ 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 357 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



NAMES. 




Kesidcnce. 


Remarks. 


Company H — Con. 








Hurley, Richard, . 


21 


Boston, . . . 


Deserted, 1862. 


Hazlehurst Harry, 




31 


(( 


li u 


Haskell, Harry A., 






20 


" 


Desr'd Dec. 17, 62, 


Harrop, Thomas, . 






24 


New York, . 


" Oct. 22, '62. 


Higgins, Robert, . 






44 


Boston, . . . 


Died July 18, '63. 


Johnson, John, 






18 


u 


— _ 


Johnson, William, 






30 


It. 


Deserted, 1862. 


Jamieson, James, . 






27 


a 


a u 


Kelley, Patrick, . 






35 


" 


— _ 


Kane, Thomas, 






33 


Boston, . . . 


Left sick in Boston. 


Lyon, Thomas U., 






44 


u 


_ _ 


Lydston, William, 






44 


li 


_ '_ 


Lombard, Joseph, 






36 


u 


Desr'd Dec. 11, '62. 


Lambert, Thomas, 






21 


Turner, Me., . 


" " 3, " 


Mooney, Thomas, 






24 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


McDonald, John, . 






42 


u 


Dis. May 1, '63, disabiry. 


Moore, William E., 






30 


Baltimore, Md., 


Dis. J'y 31, '63, re-enl'st. 


McGuirk, William, 






44 


Boston, . . . 


Died June 11, '63. 


Murphy, Thomas, 






35 


i( 


Deserted, 1862. 


Madden, James H., 






26 


- _ 


" Oct. 17, '62. 


Martin, Henry, . 






23 


Boston, . . . 


u u 


Martin, John, 






28 


E. Cambridge, 


" Nov. 20, '62. 


Martin, James, 






42 


Boston, . . . 


Died July 8, 1883. 


Nason, Luther J., 






30 


" 


_ _ 


Pray, Samuel E., 






30 


*' 


_ 


Preble, Stephen A., 






18 


" 


[Apr. 30, 1863. 


Parker, George, . 






21 


Halifax, ks.,! 


Disch'd for re-enlistm't, 


Peter, James, 






- 


- 


Enlisted in New Orleans 


Robinson, Selwyn L., 






21 


Boston. . . . 


[as cook. 


Regan, Daniel, 






43. 


" 




Rogan, John B., . 






18 


u 


_ _ 


Robinson, William F., 






26 


Halifax, N. S.,. 


Desr'd Oct. 30, '62. 


Riley, Michael, . 






24 


Boston, . . . 


" 1862. 


Reynolds, George W., 






24 


Baltimore,Md., 


" Oct. 25, '62. 


Randolph, John F., 






29 


Canada, . . 


" " 31, " 


Schaffer, Charles M., 






42 


S. Reading. . 


- - 


Sawtell, William, 






18 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Shea, Michael, 






38 


S. Boston. . . 


_ _ 


Sinclair, William J., 






18 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Soule, Benjamin T., 






28 


" 


_ _ 


Sullivan, Thomas, 






21 


(( 


_ _ 


Smith, Robert H., 






18 


" 


_ _ 


Smith, Thomas, . 






40 


Lynn. . . . 


- - 


Smith, Abraham H., 






42 


Farmin'tn,Me., 


Des'd Dec. 17, '62. 


Shaw, Joseph H., 






35 


Boston. . . . 


" Oct. 17, " 


Stoddard, William, 






21 


" 


" " 29, " 


Stevens, Samuel L., 






38 


S. Boston. . . 


_ _ 


Thorpe, George E., 






19 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Vaughn, Charles H., 






18 


a 


[July 31, 1883. 


Vangiller, Charles, 






25 


u 


Discharged to re-enlist. 



358 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company H — Con. 
Wentworth, James, 
Welch, James, 
Warren, James, . 
Yeaton, Charles B., 

Company I— At Large. 
Edward L. Bird, Captain, . 
Albert H. Townsend, 1st Lieut., 
Thomas A. Cranston, " " 
William B. Rand, 2d Lieut., 
Thomas A. Cranston, 2d " 
George A. Butler, " " 
Walter W. Hammond, 1st Serg't 
George W. Bosworth, Sergeant, 
Marcus M. Fiske, " 

William H. Osgood, " 

William Kurt?, " 

George K. Bird, " 

Edmund Snow, Jr., " 

Alfred H. Evans, Corporal, 
William C. Hardy, " 
Eliphalet Greeley, 
Levi W. Fall, 
Charles E. Spaulding, ' 
Daniel Carter, ' 

William W. Smith, ' 
Robert J. Warren, ' 
Allen, Thomas, . 
Alexander, Jackson, 
Aborn, Charles T., 
Brennan, Gerald, 
Buckley, John, 
Burchstead, Joseph N., 
Burdick, William H., 
Bentley, William H., 
Bennett, George, 
Barrett, John, 
Baumann, Henri, . 
Brant, Loui, 
Byrns, Michael, . 
Benson, Nicholas, 
Boyd, John, . 
Cranston, George M., 
Carroll, Edwin, . 
Capelle, Frank H., 
Cook, George S. . 
Cushing, Henry, . 
Corcoran, Michael, 
Casey, James, 
Clark, James, 



43 
23 

19 



47 
26 
28 
30 
28 
26 
20 
20 
23 
20 
42 
19 
19 
20 
26 
30 
19 
19 
29 
35 
26 
39 
18 
19 
31 
18 
30 
30 
23 
21 
35 
26 
32 
24 
21 
24 
30 
18 
18 
19 
30 
24 
22 
28 



W. Roxbury. 
Lynn. . . 

Boston. . . 



Boston, . 
E. Boston, 
Boston, . 



Cambridgep 
E. Boston 



Boston, . 

E. Boston, 
Boston. . 



N. Bridgew' 
Boston. . 
Provincetown 
Lowell. . 
Boston. . 
Billerica. 
Boston, . 

E. Boston. 

Danvers. 

Stoneham. 



Brighton. . 

Provinc'town. 

Lexington. . 

Provinc'town. 

Chelsea. 

Charlestown. 



[as cook. 
Enlisted in New Orleans 



[June 2, 1863. 
Dischar'd for disability, 

Disc'd July 30, '63. 

Dis. Jan. 29, '63, disab'ty. 

Pro'd June 8, '63. 



[May 28, 1863. 
Discharged for disabil'y, 
Dis. July 4, '63, disabil'y. 
Pro. Q. M. S. Feb. 9, '63. 

Died Aug. 26, '63. 



[ — got a substitute. 
Discharged Nor. 29, '62, 



Desr'dDec.15,'62. 

" Nov. 13,'62. 

" Nov. 8, '62. 

" Nov. 3, '62. 

" Nov. 3, '62. 

" Oct. 27, '62. 

" Oct. 27, '62. 

" Oct. 27, '62. 



Dsrt'd Oct. 27, '62. 
" Nov. 1,'62. 



1864.] HOUSE— Xo. 100. 

Forty- Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



359 



Company I — C 
Comrad, Emil, 
Cleary, John, 
Calkins, Oscar, 
Dillon, James, 
Dillingham, William A. 
Dillon, Martin, 
Daly, Charles F., . 
Emerson, Joseph M., 
Fisher, Charles, . 
Fox, James, . 
Fox, John, . 
Flood, Charles, . 
Feeley, Michael, . 
Fabinan, Carl, 
Gayland, Alexander, 
George, Elbridge, 
Gerow, John, 
Greacon, Thomas, 
Glancy, John, 
Gray, James, 
Gray, Thomas, 
Greenwood, Charles, 
Hurley, James P., 
Hawkins, Thomas H., 
Hosea, George H., 
Hewett, Charles K., 
Holland, Joseph P., 
Hodsdon, John M., 
Horton, Charles M., 
Haskins, Charles, . 
Hooper, Henry, . 
Hayes, Henry, 
Hardy, James N., . 
Hearne, George S., 
Heath, George, . 
Hobbert, Henry, . 
Hughes, James H., 
Hurlburt, Francis, 
Harvey, Henry, . 
Jones, William, . 
King, John G., 
King, George W., 
Kitzman, Albert, . 
Kelley, Peter, 
King, Albert E., . 
Lane, Levi, . 
Lincoln, Charles, . 
Leighton, George H., 
Lewis, Thomas, . 
Lynch, John D., . 



21 
21 
18 
40 
19 
26 
26 
45 
31 
26 
21 
23 
28 
21 
34 
25 
28 
27 
20 
24 
26 
21 
25 
18 
20 
21 
29 
23 
19 
28 
21 
19 
21 
19 
26 
18 
20 
28 
24 
21 
37 
28 
15 
23 
22 
41 
39 
22 
18 
28 



Charlestown. 
Cambridge. 



Billerica. 



Provinc'town. 



Charlestown. 
E. Boston. . 



Provinc'town 
Winthrop. . 
E. Boston. . 
Boston. . . 
E. Boston. . 
Boston. . . 
E. Boston. . 
Saco, Me. . 
Newfoundland 
Canada. 



E. Boston. . . 
Provinc'town. . 
Boston. . . . 



Gloucester. . . 
E.Middleboro', 



Des'd Dec. 15,'62. 
" Dec. 15,'62. 
" Oct. 25, '62. 



Dsrt'd Oct. 26, '62. 
" Dec. 15,'62. 

Dsrt'd Dec. 15, '62. 
" Dec. 15,'62. 
" Oct. 27, '62. 
« Oct. 27, '62. 
" Nov. 8, '62. 
" Dec. 15,'62. 



Dsrt'd Oct. 26, '62. 
" Oct. 27, '62. 
« Nov. 13,'62. 
" Nov. 13,'62. 
" Dec. 15,'62. 
" Dec. 2, '62. 



Dsrt'd Oct. 26, '62. 
" Oct. 27, '62. 
" Dec. 15,'62. 
" Oct. 26, '62. 



Dsrt'd Nov. 13, '62. 
" Oct. 26, '62. 

Dis. disab'y, Apr. 6, '63- 

Dsrt'd Nov. 10, '62. 
" Nov. 10,'62. 
" Dec. 15, '62. 



860 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company 1 — Con. 
Litchfield, Albert F., 
Morse, Fred. W. D., 
McKenna, James, 
McDonough, James, 
McAinsh, Daniel, . 
McKay, Ehoderick, 
Mains, Joseph, 
Martin, John, 
March, Edwin, 
Morrisey, Martin, 
Marsh, Thomas C, 
Martin, John, 
Moore, John, 
Mills, John, . 
Miller, Isaac, 
Miller, Thomas, . 
O'Connell, John, . 
Gates, John H., . 
Osgood, James S., 
O'Brien, John, 
Phipps, Thomas F., 
Powers, Martin, . 
Pratt, Isaac L., 
Petitt, John, 
Parker, George A., 
Kussell, Isaac, 
Richardson, H. Hoyt, 
Rourk, Joseph, 
Reed, Francis W., 
Richardson, Joseph F., 
Smith, John H., . 
Shumway, Pollard R., 
Smith, Caleb D., . 
Sullivan, John, 
Savage, Patrick, . 
Tenney, Robert H., 
Treadwell, Samuel A., 
Tuckals, Francis, . 
Vancher, James, . 
Wilson, Charles B., 
Warren, James, . 
Winn, William H., 
Williams, Daniel, 
Warner, Jacob, . 
Williams, Thomas, 



Company K— Boston. 
Josiah A. Osgood, Captain, . 
Lewis E. Monroe, 1st Lieut., 
James W. Converse, 2d Lieut., 



20 
21 
35 
17 
25 

18 
35 
19 
41 
32 
31 
40 
29 
28 
32 
38 
26 
23 
19 
18 
28 
20 
21 
24 
24 
26 
26 
22 
28 
20 
19 
28 
19 
19 
19 
24 
23 
28 
27 
22 
19 
26 
22 
22 



E. Boston, . 

Marblehead. 
Winthrop. . 
Montreal. . 

Taunton. . 
Boston. . . 
Winthrop. . 
Billerica. . 



E. Boston. 



Dorchester. 
S. Boston. , 
E. Boston. . 



Andover. 



Billerica, 
E. Boston. 
Billerica. 



Canada. 



Boston. 



Boston, 



Chelsea. 
Roxbury. 



Died Aug. 1, 1863. 



Transfr'd to Co. L 



Dis. disab'y, Mar. 5, '63. 

Desr'd Oct. 26, '62. 
" Oct. 26, '62. 
" Oct. 27, '62. 
" Nov. 13,'62. 
" Dec. 15,'62. 



Des'd Oct. 26, '62. 
" Dec. 15,'62. 



Des'd Oct. 26, '62. 
" Dec. 15,'62. 

Des'd Nov. 5, '62. 

" Nov. 13,'62. 

" Dec. 15, '62. 
Died Jan. 25, '63. 



Transfd to Co. I 
Died Nov. 15, '62. 
Des'd Nov. 16, '62. 

Tr. to Co. I, Mar. 1, '63. 

Des'd Dec. 16, '62. 
« Oct. 26, '62. 

Enl'ainN.O.Mar.25,'63. 
Tr. 1st Vt. Bt. Mar.27,'63. 

Des'd Nov. 1, 1862. 
" Nov. 9, 1862. 
" Dec. 15, '62. 



19 W. Roxbury. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100, 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



361 



Company K — Con. 
Dennis A. Mahoney, 1st Sergt., 
Samuel G. Greene, Sergeant, 
James W. Matthews, " 
Harold M. English, " 
J. H. Anderson, " 

David Drinkwater, " 

Samuel Jepson, Corporal, 
Charles Johnson, " 
Patrick McNamara, " 
Francis Takats, " 

Henry Weldon, " 

Edward E. Bates, " 
Frank Lynch, " 

Charles H. Cutler, Musician, 
Francis J. Waldron, 
Joseph M. Smith, Wagoner, , 
Adams, Carlos, 
Aylward, Thomas, 
Blanchard, Timothy, 
Bartol, Thomas B., 
Bittles, William, . 
Boynton, Walter L. 
Blake, William, . 
Brown, James H., 
Brown, Frederick, 
Brown, James, 
Boughton, John D., 
Baker, William, . 
Berger, Charles, . 
Becker, Charles, . 
Borden, Lyman, . 
Brown, Charles, . 
Brown, Samuel, . 
Cullen, Thomas, . 
Cummings, David, 
Clarke, Austin F., 
Cottle, Henry A., 
Clark, Thomas, . 
Curtis, William H., 
Clarke, James, 
Coysh, John, 
Clements, Linder, 
Cookenheimer, Henry, 
Delaville, Francois, 
Demoulin, Louis, . 
Davis, Edward S., 
Doolen, James, 
Dodge, George A., 
Egan, John, . 
Eaton, Benjamin, . 



24 
43 
21 
21 
35 
22 
44 
35 
18 
23 
22 
19 
22 
15 
16 
39 
18 
32 
44 
42 
26 
22 
27 
24 
36 
26 
32 
20 
22 
23 
29 
21 
19 
25 
34 
26 
25 
21 
26 
34 
19 
29 
31 
41 
27 
23 
20 
29 
19 
16 



Boston. . . 
Dorchester. 
Boston. . . 

Chicopee. . 

Boston. . . 



E. Boston. 
Boston. . 



New Bedford. 
Lynn. . . 
Chicopee. . 
Boston. . . 

Boston, . . 



Boston, . 



Lowell. . 
Boston. . 
Medford. 
S. Boston. 



Salem, . . 
Cambridge. 
Boston. . , 



Des'd Nov. 19, '62. 



Dis. re-enl'tJulyll, '63. 

" (no date.) 

Dis. by ord. Gen. Banks. 

Des'd Nov. 17, '62. 



Dis. re-eul't July II, '63. 

Des'd Nov. 7, '62. 



Des'd Nov. 4, '62. 

" Dec. 3, '62. 

" Nov. 2, '62. 
Not sent to Camp. 
Des'd Nov. 3, '62. 

" Nov. 21, '62. 

" Nov. 3, '62. 

"' Nov. 6, '62. 
Not sent to Camp. 



Des'd Nov. 29, '62. 

" Nov. 6, '62. 

" Nov. 7, '62. 

" Dec. 8, '62. 

" Dec. 1, '62. 
Not sent to camp. 
Des'd Nov. 7, '62. 

" Nov. 6, '62. 

" Nov. 6, '62. 

" Nov. 9, '62. 

Dis. disab'yDec.20, '62. 



46 



362 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company K — Con. 








Exner, Frederick, 


18 


- - ■ 


Dis.tore-'listJulyll,'63- 


Ellis, Edgar C, . 






24 


" ~ n 


Des'd Nov. 29, '62. 


EUwood William, . 






22 


~ ~ 


" Nov. 8, '62. 


Fassett, George C., 






18 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Farrell, Thomas 0., 






41 


" 


- 


Faunce, Hiram S., 






18 


Randolph. . . 


- 


Farnum, David T., 






24 


Boston. . . . 


_ — 


Fellows, Enoch G., 






28 


" 


Died June 4, '63. 


Foster, Charles L., 






26 


11. 


Ap.Hosp. St'(lNov.l,'62. 


Fish, John, . 






19 


- - 


Des'd Nov. 4, '62. 


Girarden, Jules, . 






22 


- - 


Not sent to camp. 


Graham, Henry, . 






27 


- 


Des'd Nov. 3, '62. 


Golay, Harry, 






36 


- 


« u 


Gilvie, William, . 






32 


- — 


a u 


Greiner, Frederick, 






24 


Boston, . . . 


" Nov. 24, '62. 


Greene, George A., 






19 


Dorchester, 


Disc, dlsab'y, Apr. 2, 'C3. 


Higgins Martin, . 






39 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Hanson, Henry, . 






44 


E. Cambridge. 


- 


Holden, Robert, . 






43 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Holmes, James F., 






25 


_ 


Des'd Dec. 6, '62. 


Harvey, Martin, . 






21 


- 


" Nov. 20, '62. 


Hagham, John, 






24 


_ — 


" Nov. 4, '62. 


Hinman, Charles, . 






22 


- - 


Not sent to camp. 


HlUer, John, 






29 


_ _ 


Des'd Dec. 11, '62. 


Joyce, Richard, . 






30 


- - 


Not sent to camp. 


Johnson, Mark, . 






38 


_ - 


Des'd Nov. 5, '62. 


Johnson, Thomas, 






36 


_ 


" Nov. 5, '62. 


Kelley, William, . 






21 


_ - 


« Nov. 4, '62. 


Kenny, Mark, 






24 


_ 


" Nov. 7, '62. 


Leprovost, Victor, 






28 


- 


" Nov. 3, '62. 


Lord, Alexander, . 






21 


Saco, Me., . . 


" Nov. 24, '62. 


Low, Samuel, 






38 


Boston, . . . 


" Dec. 3, '62. 


Maxfield, James, . 






30 


Columbus, 0. . 


- 


Maguire, James, 2d, 






19 


_ _ 


- 


Mitchell, WiUiam T., 






37 


Cambridge. . 


_ 


Martin, Louis, 






25 


_ _ 


Des'd Nov. 5, '62. 


Maguire, James, . 






21 


_ _ 


" Nov. 4, '62. 


Mitchell, Daniel, . 






39 


Boston, . , . 


" Nov. 20, '62. 


Murphy, John, 






24 


" 


" Nov. 24, '62. 


Moran, William, . 






21 


_ _ 


" Nov. 6, '62. 


Magovem, Patrick, 
Miller, Thomas, . 






24 


_ _ 


" Nov. 29, '62. 






24 


_ ' _ 


" Nov. 30, '62. 


Miller, Andrew, . 






24 


_ 


" Dec. 2, '62 


Martin, George, . 






21 


_ 


Not sent to camp. 


Maguire, James, . 






29 


- 


(( (( 


Maloney, Richard, 






38 


- 


Des'd Dec. 19, '62. 


Murphy, William, 






32 


- - 


Not sent to camp. 


Mulligan, Michael, 






27 


_ _ 


Des'd Dec. 18, '62. 


Meacham, Horatio, F., 






34 


Boston, . . . 


Disc, tlisab'/, Feb. 3, '63. 


O'Brien, Jeremiah, 






24 


Modina, Ind. . 


— — 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100.' 

Forty-Seventh Regiment — Concl uded. 



363 



Company K — Con. 
Osgood, James S., 
Perry, Edward H., 
Pequint, Victor, . 
Peck, George, 
Powell, William, . 
Koberts, William F., 
Riley, Daniel, 
Eiley, William, . 
Robinson, Alexander M., 
Reid, Robert, 
Rayman, August, . 
Rounce, Frederick, 
Rogers, Charles, . 
Sylvester, William H., 
Simmons, Edward, 
Smith, Thomas, . 
Shimper, William, 
Stuart, William, . 
Smith, Robert, 
Sharp, Benjamin, . 
Sweeney, Thomas, 
Sheridan, Thomas, 
Sullivan, James, . 
Scibols, John, 
Scott, William, . 
Smith, Nelson, 
Smith, Henry, 
Thomas, John Q. A., 
Taylor, Burgess, . 
Treadwell, Samuel A., 
Vogel, Ferdinand, 
Warren, Lewis, . 
Wade, John H., . 
Willis, James, 
Weld, George D., 
Watson, Archibald, 
Weston, Nathaniel R., 
Wait, William, . 
Wright Solomon W., 
Wyatt, John H., . 
Wild, Richard C, 
Williams, James, . 
Williams, John T., 
Weineman, Frederick, 
Wilson, George, . 
Wilson, John, 
Williams, Thomas, 
Williams, George, 
Williams, John, . 



24 
21 
25 
21 
23 
31 
26 
45 
20 
25 
27 
23 
23 
25 
18 
24 
27 
32 
29 
25 
31 
24 
22 
30 
24 
20 
18 
40 
45 
24 
23 
36 
18 
35 
44 
28 
32 
43 
32 
19 
21 
25 
30 
32 
22 
22 
29 
21 
21 



South Boston. 
Lowell. . . 

Boston. . . 



Boston. . 



Boston, . . 

u 

Bolton. . . 
Boston, . . 
Germany. . 
Nassau, N. Y. 
Boston. . . 
E. Braintree. 
Lancaster. . 
Boston. . . 
South Boston. 
Maiden. 
Weymouth. 



Disc, disab'y, Apr. 1, '63. 

Des'd Nov. 3, '62. 
" Nov. 3, '62. 
« Nov. 29, '62. 



Des'd Nov. 24, '62. 
" Dec. 11, '62. 
Not sent to camp. 
Des'd Dec. 20, '62. 



Des'd Nov. 

" Nov. 

" Nov. 

" Nov. 

" Nov. 

" Nov. 

" Nov. 

" Nov. 

" Dec. 
Not sent to 
Des'd Nov. 

" Nov. 



7, '62. 
7, '62. 

6, '62. 

2, '62. 
4, '62. 

7, '62. 
9, '62. 

3, '62. 
11, '62. 
camp. 

4, '62. 
3, '62. 



[March 1, 1863. 
Transfer'd to Comp'y I, 



Des'd Nov. 4, '63. 
Not sent to camp. 



Des'd Nov. 29, '62. 
" Nov. 29, '62. 
" Nov. 29, '62. 
" Nov. 30, '62. 



364 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

This regiment was recruited chiefly by Lucius B. Marsh, 
Esq., a well-known and respected merchant of Boston, who was 
elected and commissioned its colonel. It was first sent to 
" Camp Sta,nton," Boxford, and afterwards to " Camp Meigs," 
Readville. It received marching orders November 29, 1862, 
proceeded to New York, and took shipping for New Orleans. 
The following narrative of its services has been furnished me 
by Colonel Marsh : 

We embarked on board the steamship Mississippi, December 
21, 1862, and left New York the following day. We had on 
board the One Hundred and Seventy-Fifth New York, three 
companies of the Sixteenth New Hampshire, also, quite a num- 
ber of officers belonging to the signal corps, and attached to 
General Banks' Staff, and a portion of the field and line 
officers of the One Hundred and Sixty-Fifth New York; in all, 
nearly two thousand persons. The colonel was military com- 
mandant. After a very pleasant voyage of eight days, we 
arrived at Ship Island, and immediately sailed for New Orleans, 
and arrived there the evening of the 31st day of December, 
and reported to General Banks the morning of the 1st of 
January, 1863 ; was then referred to General Auger, who gave 
verbal orders to proceed to Carrollton, and report to General 
T. W. Sherman, at which place we arrived the evening of the 
same day, and the next morning reported in accordance with 
orders. We disembarked and went into camp at Carrollton, 
January 2d. The colonel was in command of this camp, 
(" Camp Kearney.") The regiment was ordered January 
11th, to proceed to the United States barracks, and immediately 
marched there, a distance of thirteen miles, and were hospit- 
ably received by Lieutenant-Colonel Bullock, who, with the 
Thirtieth Massachusetts Volunteers, was stationed at the bar- 
racks. The regiment received orders January 12th, to move 
to the Louisiana Lower Cotton Press, and arrived there the 
afternoon of the same day, a distance about three and a half 
miles. 

January 14th, received orders to relieve the Thirtieth Massa- 
chusetts Regiment, at the United States barracks, and we took 
possession of them the same day. The colonel was put in com- 
mand of the post. The place was of some importance, being 
in command of the lower part of the city. There was also a 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 365* 

large contraband campj and a place occupied by Texan refu- 
gees, a regiment of Texan cavalry, and a recruiting station ; 
also, a large hospital connected with the barracks. Companies 
A, B, G and K were detailed for special service. Company B 
was detailed by General Banks, as guard for the commissary 
and ordnance stores, reporting daily, but did not join the regi- 
ment until we were ordered home. 

February 4th, the regiment moved in obedience to orders to 
the Louisiana Cotton Press. Company E was detached for 
provost duty at Thibodeaux. 

On representation of the colonel to the commanding gen- 
eral, of the legal and military ability of Lieutenant-Colonel 
Stickney and Major Austin S. Cushman, they were detailed for 
special duty. Lieutenant-Colonel Stickney was most of the 
time in active service in the field, and was for a time in com- 
mand of the United States forces at Brashear City, and dis- 
tinguished himself in two engagements, at Thibodeaux, on the 
20th and 21st of June, and was successful in completely rout- 
ing the enemy, whose forces greatly outnumbered his com- 
mand. His loss was ten killed, and forty wounded ; that of the 
enemy above four hundred killed and wounded. Major Austin 
S. Cushman had an important position upon the Sequestration 
Committee, where his legal ability and business qualification 
made him eminently useful to the government. 

March 12th, the regiment was ordered to the Metaire Race- 
course. The companies, with the exception of Company B, 
were ordered back to the regiment. This race-course is a very 
delightful spot to look on, but is considered the - most 
unhealthy in all the South. The ground is slightly elevated, 
(called Metaire Ridge,) surrounded by swamps and stagnant 
pools of water. It is situated four miles from the Mississippi 
River, three miles from Lake Ponchartrain, and is considered 
the strategic point of the city. 

The colonel was in command of the post, which consisted in 
addition to the Forty-Seventh, the First Vermont, Twenty- 
Sixth New York, and a part of the time, the Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth Massachusetts Batteries. The regiment soon gained a 
most excellent reputation for discipline and drill, and was 
complimented by one of our most able generals after a most 
thorough inspection and battalion drill, as being one of the best 



366 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

disciplined and well-drilled regiments in the department. , 
Companies D and H were twice across Lake Ponchartain, and 
were successful in capturing a steamboat and schooner, also, a 
large amount of cotton, &c. Having remained at this post ten 
weeks, and all the time without a guard to keep the men 
inside the lines, and using its guard for its protection from 
without, and for pickets, we were on the 19th of May, ordered 
to " Camp Parapet," and the colonel was ordered to relieve 
General Dorr, and take command of the United States forces 
at that place, and its defenses, consisting of portions of the 
Twelfth Maine, Fourth Wisconsin, One Hundred and Twenty- 
Eighth New York, Fifteenth New Hampshire, Twenty-Sixth 
Connecticut, Sixth Michigan, Twelfth and Thirteenth Massa- 
chusetts Batteries, Company B, First Regiment H. A., Native 
Guards, two companies Forty-Second Massachusetts, two com- 
panies Metropolitan Cavalry, also, temporarily, the First Texan 
Cavalry, and First Regiment Engineers, Native Guards. A 
company was recruited for the First Regiment H. A. N. G., 
called Company C, and Orderly-Sergeant N. L. Rich, of Com- 
pany B, Forty-Seventh Massachusetts Regiment, was appointed 
its commander. The colonel recruited a company of colored 
men, to be used in the swamps, which became the nucleus of 
the Second Regiment Engineers, which was nearly full when 
we returned home. This regiment was largely officered by 
members of the Forty-Seventh. There was at this post a large 
contraband camp. The lines of defence were about thirty 
miles. The immediate defenses consisted of the parapet, two 
and a half miles long, situated on the east side of the river, 
running from the Mississippi to the swamps and Lake Ponchar- 
train, and on the west side of the river Fort Banks, and a 
canal and military road to be guarded and scouted, a distance 
of twelve to seventeen niiles, through the swamps to the lake. 
This important post was held under peculiar circumstances 
during the siege of Port Hudson. As there were six hospitals 
belonging to the different regiments represented above, the 
services of Doctors Blackmer and Mercer cannot be too highly 
spoken of. Also, that of the Chaplain, the Rev. E. W. Clark, 
who was constantly with the regiment, and with the command 
at this post, doing what he could for the moral and religious 
welfare of the officers and men. He devoted himself to the 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 367 

sick in the different hospitals, encouraging by act and word 
with all the kindness and affection of a true minister of our 
holy religion, receiving the last words and writing letters to 
friends, which, to dying soldiers, was a cordial to their fainting 
spirits, and a ministering angel to help them by the vision of 
faith to view with calmness, and sometimes even with rapture, 
the glorious realities of the spirit world. Deaths here were of 
daily occurrence, and sometimes he was called upon to officiate 
several times on the same day, committing the bodies of the 
noble Northern boys to sleep in the soil of the sunny South. All 
soldiers connected with the Forty-Seventh, or under the com- 
mand of its colonel, received at their decease a Christian 
burial. The regiment was ordered home on the 3d day of Au- 
gust, and sailed in the steamer Continental, August 5th, from 
Carrollton, and arrived at Cairo, August 13th, and proceeded 
to Boston by rail, and arrived on the morning of the 18th, and 
received a most gratifying reception by the city of Boston, 
and a warm welcome by his Honor the Mayor. The regiment 
was furloughed for thirteen days, and was mustered out of 
service at Readville, September 1st, by Captain Brown. 

The regiment lost by death during its absence, twenty-three, 
and left forty-seven at New Orleans, who were thought to be 
unable to come by land. One of them died, the others came 
home safely. The regiment had some one hundred and ten 
officers and men detailed on special service, most of the time, 
and filled some of the most important and useful positions in 
connection with the department. Many of them have been 
left, and still occupy positions ; quite a number have become 
officers in the Corps d' Afrique. 



368 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



POBTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT. 



NAMES. 


6 
< 


Residence. 


Eemarks. 


Eben F. Stone, Colonel, 


40 


Newburyport. 


_ _ 


James O'Brien, Lieut.-Colonel, . 


- 


Charlestown, . 


Kill'd act'n May 27, '63. 


E. P. Stanwood, " 


- 


W. Newbury, . 


Com. June 12, '63. 


George Wheatland, Jr., Major, . 


- 


Salem. . . . 


— — 


T. Gilbert Ogden, Adjutant, 


- 


Boston. . . . 


— — 


Horace W. Durgin, Qc. Master, . 


— 


Salem. . . . 


— ~ 


Yorick G. Hurd, Surgeon, . 


- 


Amesbury. . . 


- 


F. F. Brown, Assistant Surgeon, . 


- 


Sudbury. . . 


- - 


S. J. Spatilding, Chaplain, . 


- 


Newburyport. 


— — 


Company A— Uewburyport. 








Eben F. Stone, Captain, 


40 


Newburyport, 


Pro'd Col. Dec. 6, 1862. 


C. M. Woodward, " . . 


26 


(( 


- "■ 


C. M. Woodward, 1st Lieut., 


26 


u 


Pro. Capt. Dec. 11, 1862. 


Ira F. Lawry, « " . 


36 


(( 


- 


C. P. Morrison, 2d Lieut., . 


26 


(( 


- - 


William B. Harding, 1st Sergt, . 


21 


a 


Pr.2dLt. Co.KJe.22,'63 


Edward 0. Morse, 1st Sergt, 


20 


« 


- - 


John W. Dole, Sergeant, . 


31 


(4 


- - 


T. B. Bobbins, " 


32 


a 


- — 


W. E. Thompson, " 


23 


li 


- - 


J. W. Hervey, « 


24 


it 


— — 


W. H. Bartlett, " 


20 


u 


Dich'd Aug. 3, '63. 


Edwin A. Cutter, Corporal, . 


22 


a 


- - 


F. E. L. Cook, 


23 


a 


— — 


Isaac F. Porter, " 


24 


Newburj'. . . 


- - 


G. W. Brookings, " 


29 


Newburyport. 


— — 


Amos B. George, " 


21 


w 


— — 


W. H. B. Cumer, « . . 


19 


11 


- — 


Jere. W. Porter, " 


19 


11 


- 


Edmund 'C Pearson, " 


23 


11 


- - 


Joseph E. Moody, « 


21 


It 


Pro. SgtMaj. Je.22, '63. 


James W. Cumer, " 


25 


It 


" Com. S. Dec. 8, '62. 


C. E. Marden, Bugler, _ 


19 


11 


- - 


L. D. B. Somerby, Musician, 


18 


It 


- 


Robert W. Allen, 


— 


- — 


Tr. 5th Mass. Kg't, Oct. 


Adams, Philip T., ... 


21 


Newburyport. 


[1862. 


Allen, Joseph, .... 


25 


It 


- - 


Batchelder, Albert R., . 


19 


11 


— — 


Booden, William, .... 


28 


11 


— - 


Bircher, William, .... 


45 


11 


— — 


Brookings, Samuel, Sr., 


45 


It 


- - 


Brookings, Samuel, Jr., 


22 


tt 


— — 


Brown, George R., . . . 


19 


ft 


— — 


Brown, Samuel E., 


22 


It 


- - 


Burns, Joseph, . . . . 


21 


ti 


— — 


Bartlett, Joseph W., . 


21 


- - 


— ~ 


Chapman, Edward, 


28 


Newburyport. 


— — 


Chute, William B., . . . 


33 


It 





1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



369 



NAMES. 


to 
<! 


Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company A — Con. 








Coleman, John M., 


45 


Newburyport. . 


- 


Cross, Henry M., . 






20 


u 


- 


Currier, George E., 






28 


(( 


- 


Currier, LaRoy L., 






26 


u 


- 


Davenport, George, 






33 


(1 


_ 


Decoster, Charles C, . 






19 


u 


- _ 


Dodge, Reynold, . 






19 


(( 


- - 


Dunn, Michael, . 






22 


u 


[Dec, 1862. 


Eaton, Leonard W., . 






27 


u 


Discharg'd for disability, 


Farraday, Thomas, 






25 


(( 


- - 


Frothingham, Charles, . 






19 


<t 


- - 


George, Robert B., 






20 


(( 


_ _ 


Gould, Elisha P., . 






21 


« 


- _ 


Hardy, Henry, . 






25 


u 


- 


Haskell, Alexander E., 






23 


u 


— _ 


Hennesey, Patrick, 






22 


u 


- _ 


Howard, Caleb C, 






22 


u 


— — 


Huse, Ralph C, . 






20 


(C 


- 


Hynes, George H., 






19 


u 


- 


Houston, Thaddeus, 






36 


li 


Died April 22, '63. 


Keyes, Benjamin F., . 






19 


u 


[Dec, 18G2. 


Keefe, John, 






- 


« 


Discharged for disabil'y. 


Keene, James, 






29 


(C 


Des'd from Camp Meigs. 


Lawry, Robert, . 






22 


(( 


- 


Lewis, Benjamin, . 






19 


(( 


- - 


Lattime, Aldis W., 






19 


(( 


- 


Lunt, Richard K., 






20 


(( 


Killedinact'n,Je.l4,'63. 


Malnich, John, 






41 


« 


- - 


Moody, Henry, . 






27 


« 


- 


Morton, Reginald, 






31 


li 


_ 


Morss, Nathaniel, . 






44 


(( 


- 


Moynahan, James C, 






22 


li 


- - 


Neal, Nathaniel C, 






34 


(( 


- 


Pearson, Eugene A., . 






19 


(« 


- 


Pearson, Amos W., 






21 


u 


- - 


Pearson, Edward G., 






19 


<c 


- - 


Perkins, Eben, , 






35 


a 


- 


Perkins, John N., 






27 


li 


- - 


Perkins, Samuel H., 






35 


<c 


- 


Pierce, Benjamin, 






38 


11 


- 


Pierce, John W., . 






24 


li 


- 


Pettingell, William H., 






22 


(( 


- 


Piper, George W., 






19 


(( 


- 


Putnam, John J., . 






30 


<( 


— — 


Poor, Charles W., 






20 


(( 


Kil'diuact'n,May27,'63. 


Perkins, William F., 






19 


(( 


Died May 21, '63. 


Peabody, Nicholas F., 






19 


.( 


Died w'nds, June 17, '^. 


Richardson, Henry J., 






20 


" • * 


- - 


Ricker, Charles, . 






25 


(( 


- - 


Russell, Joseph G., 






25 


« 


— — 



47 



370 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jaa. 



X AMES. 



Compamj A — Con. 
Russell, Nathan H., 
Ricker, John W., . 
Sargent, Lyman S., 
Scribner, David, . 
Scriven, Edward, 
Sealey, Edward P., 
Short, Henry, 
Story, John W., . 
Stover, Nathaniel F., 
Smith, Francis M., 
Smith, Charles O., 
Tidd, Charles L., . 
Titcomb, George H., 
Toppan, William D., 
Verina, Edmund C, 
Walton, John H., 
Watts, William A., 
Whiting, Daniel B., 
Woodell, Edward F., 
Woodell, Louis F., 
Walker, Charles, . 



Company "B—West Wewbury. 
Eben. P. Stanwood, Captain, 
Moses B. Merrill, ' '_' . 
Henry G. Rollins, 1st Lieut., 
Moses B. Merrill, 2d Lieut., . 
James S. Walsh, 2d " . 
Albert Plummer, 1st Sergeant, 
Frank M. Pillsbury, Sergeant, 
Moses Young, " 

John H. Hardy, 2d, " 

William T. Woodburn, " 
John W. Hogg, 

David E. N. Carlton, Corporal, 
William Balch, 
Isaac W. Hughes, " 

William P. Conway, " 
Charles Little, " 

James N. Frost, " 

Ebenezer Carlton, " 

Ezra Hale, Jr., " 

William H. Jackman, " 
Joseph B. Hale, " 

Joshua Ordway, Musician, 
George E. Young, " 
Hosea W. Ordway, Wagoner, 
Adams, Jeremiah M., . 
Anderson, David M., . 
Abbott, Daniel B., 



30 
38 
24 
38 
33 
21 
21 
20 
29 
41 
26 
26 
22 
32 
22 
20 
21 
41 
18 
23 
21 
20 
25 
35 
30 
18 
39 



Amesbury, . 
Newburyport, 
S. Amesbury. 
Newburyport. 



Salem. . . 
Lynn, . . 
W. Mansfield, 
Lexington. . 
Newburyport. 



W. Newbury, 
(( 

Groveland. . 
W. Newbury, 
Groveland. 
Newburyport. 
Newbury. . 
u 

Groveland. 
W. Newbury. 



Groveland. 
Newburyp'rt. 
Lynn. . . 

Newbury. . 

W. Newbury. 
Rowley. 
Newburyp'rt, 
Rowley, 
W. Newbury. 
Newbury. . 
W. Newbury. 
Newbury. . 
Boxford. . 
W. Newbury. 



[June 22/63. 
Promt'd to 1st Lt., Co. I, 



Trans, to Co.F, Nov ,'62. 
" " Nov., '62. 



Dsrt'd from Cmp Landr. 



Promt'd Lt. Col., Je. '6 



Prom'd Capt. Je. 22, '63. 



Died Jan. 30, '03. 



Died April 28, '03. 
" July 16, '63. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



371 



Company B — Con. 
Atwood, George H., 
Bray, Eben, Jr., 
Brock, Daniel P., 
Balch, Hiram T., 
Balch, Warren, 
Bailey, Horace N., 
Bodwell, Leonard, 
Brown, James, 

Bennett, Edward T., 
Carter, Kichard T., 
Crombie, Thomas W., 
Clary, David W., 
Connell, Daniel F., 
Clark, Charles, 
Donovan, John, . 
Dearborn, Eben H., 
Danforth, George E., 
Dearborn, Harrison W 
Emery, Francis B., 
Frost, Whitfield, . 
Farrington, Calvin A., 
Foye, Hiram S., . 
Foster, Frank M., 
Freeman, Richard, 
Fuller, James S., . 
Greene, Samuel A., 
Gilman, Charles S., 
Greenleaf, William H. 
Giles, John, . 
Gould, Marion, 
Gould, Eben, 
Hudson, Richard,. 
Hardy, Asa F., . 
Hale, Lewis H., . 
Hardy, John H., 3d, 
Hardy, Benjamin L., 
Hardy, Mancyl C, 
Hills, Joshua, 
Hills, Thomas G., . 
Hardy, Aaron W., 
Hardy, John H., 1st, 
Hanley, George, . 
Johnson, Harlan P., 
Jewett, William B., 
Jackman, Robert M., 
Johnson, Lucius C, 
Johnson, Frank F., 
Janvrin, Dennis A., 
Kelly, James E., . 



18 
31 
40 
20 
29 
29 
18 
19 

21 
21 
25 
41 
21 
19 
18 
18 
33 
43 
19 
19 
22 
32 
19 
31 
21 
44 
18 
41 
25 
21 
20 
35 
36 
19 
24 
18 
19 
40 
22 
32 
42 
32 
25 
40 
18 
28 
33 
21 
22 



Newbur}'p'rt. 
Newbury. . 
W. Newbury. 
Groveland. 
W. Newbury. 
a 

Lawrence, . 



Newburyp'rt, 
W. Newbury. 
Groveland. 
W. Newbury. 

Boston, . . 
W. Newbury. 
Newbury. . 
Groveland. 
Newbury, . 
W. Newbury. 
Newbury. . 
Groveland. 



Newburyport, 

Lynn. . . 
W. Newbury. 
Boxford. 
Ipswich, 
Boxford, 
(( 

W. Newbury. 
Groveland. 
Rowley. 
Groveland. 



W. Newbury. 

Groveland, 

u 

W. Newbury. 

u 

Newburyport. 
W. Newbury. 
Methuen. . 

W. Newbury, , 



Disc'd Dec. 17, '62. 

Trans, to 1st La. Cav'ry, 

March 28, 1863. 
KU'dlnact'n, Je. 13, '63. 



Desr'dOct.22,'62. 



Died June 8, '63. 



Disc, disab'y, April 7.'63. 

Died March 13,'63. 

Des'd Nov. 25, '62. 

" Dec. 17, '62. 



Des'd Oct. 25, '62. 
" Dec. 24, '62. 

Des'd Dec. 24, and repo'd 
[to Co., Sept. 3, 1863. 



Disc. Dec. 17, '62. 
Died May 24, '63. 
Des'd Oct. 22, '62. 



Died May 3, '63. 



372 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company B — Con. 
Marsh, Henry G., . 
Moylan, Thomas E., 
Morse, Joseph, 
Mitchell, Charles H., 
Mitchell, George H., 
Mitchell, John, 
Morse, John A., . 
Mehan, Charles, . 
Mulcahy, Lawrence, 
Noyes, Joseph O., 
Nelson, William H., 
Nelson, Darius H., 
O'Laugh'.in, John, 
Preble, Charles E., 
Prescott, Frank L., 
Eichardson, Elbrldge A. 
Reedy, Thomas, . 
Ryan, William, . 
Richardson, Edward, 
Stevens, Calvin J., 
Smith, Charles L., 
Stickney, Oscar M., 
Short, James H., . 
Short, Isaac A., . 
Swain, William, . 
Sanborn, Jeremiah B., 
Sayward, John, . 
Wilson, Julius R., 
Whiting, Charles A., 
Woods, Robert, . 
Webster, Charles, 

Company C— Salisbury. 
William S. Pettingell, Captain, 
John O. Currier, 1st Lieut., 
James A. Emery, 1st " 
Robinson N. Schofi", 2d Lieut., 
Samuel Coffin, 2d " 

Edwin S. Pike, 1st Sergeant, 
Edward L. Shaw, Sergeant, 
Samuel Stevens, Jr., " 
Joseph M. Eaton, " 

Stephen F. Woodman, " 
Josiah D. Little, Corporal, 
William L. Brock, " 
Perkins Merrill, " 

William H. Giddings, " 
George K. Pike, " 

Charles W. Hunt, " 
George E. Batuhelder, " 



30 
35 
18 
20 
18 
45 
18 
22 
25 
19 
20 
2S 
43 
18 
22 
33 
30 
43 
19 
25 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
36 
18 
20 
28 
22 
21 



34 
37 
27 
37 
34 
27 
21 
25 
28 
18 
21 
29 
31 
2G 
21 
28 
20 



W. Newbury. 



Groveland. 

Methuen. . 
W. Newbury. 

Methuen, . 
W. Newbury. 
(< 

Groveland, 
W. Newbury. 

Exeter, N. H 

W. Newbury. 

Ipswich. 

W. Newbury. 

Groveland, 

W. Newbury. 

Boxford. 

Groveland. 

W. Newbury. 

Chelsea, 
Groveland, 
Newburyport, 
W. Newbury. 



E. Salisbury. 

Amesbury Mills, 
E. Salisbury. 



New York. 
E. Salisbury, 

(( 

Amesbury. . 

Amesbury Mills. 
E. Salisbury. 
Salisbury Mills. 
E. Salisbury. 
Salisbury. . 
Salisb'ry Mills 



Des'd Dec. 17, '62. 
Dsrt'd Dec. 6, '62. 



[18G3. 
Killed in action, June 14, 



Dis'ddisab'y, Feb.22,'63. 



Dis. disab'y, May 28, '63. 



Disc'd Dec. 13, '62. 
Died Feb. 22, '63. 
Desrt'd Oct. 25,'62. 



Dsrt'd Dec. 17, '62. 
« Dec. 17, '62. 



Resigned March 10, '63. 

[Jan. 15, "63. 

Tromfd toCapt, Co. O, 



1804.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



3Ta 



NAMES. 


60 


Kesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company C — Con. 








Simeon Nash, Corporal, 


27 


Amesbury. 


- 


Jona. B. Tewksbury, " 


25 


(( 


Disc'd July 23, '63. 


Charles F. Burrill, " 


27 


({ 


a (( 


Joseph N. Dow, Musician, . 


24 


E. Salisbury. . 


- 


John D. Colby, " 


20 


Salisb'ry Mills. 


[Dec. 8, 1862. 


Henry W. Crosby, " 


29 


Amesb'y Mills, 


App'd Cblef Ifusician, 


Joseph S. Pike, Wagoner, . 


30 


E. Salisbury. . 


- - 


Blaisdell, James, Jr., . 


40 


Amesbury. i . 


- 


Bartlett, David B., 


30 


Salisbury. . . 


- - 


Bahan, Michael, .... 


37 


Amesbury. . . 


- 


Bailey, George F., . . . 


25 


S. Amesbury. . 




Bartlett, Elias P., . . 


23 


E. Salisbury. . 


- - 


Brown, Josiah F., . . 


18 


n 


Disc'd July 23, '63. 


Barnard, Edmund E., . 


30 


a 


KU'diaac'nMay21, 'G3. 


Brown, John H., 


45 


Amesbury, 


Died Aug. 19, '63. 


Currier, Daniel W., 


24 


S. Amesbury, . 


- - 


Collins, Joseph W., 


22 


Salisb'ry Mills. 


- 


Currier, Jonathan B., . 


27 


E. Salisbury. . 


- - 


Clark, David T., 


42 


Salisb'ry Mills. 


- - 


Collins, Enoch M., 


28 


Salisbury. . . 


- 


Curtis, George A., 


28 


E. Salisbury. 


- 


Crouther, Isaac, .... 


40 


Amesbury. 


- 


Collins, Warren T., . 


18 


Salisbury, . 


Died Jan. 24, '63. 


Coffin, John W., 


22 


E. Salisbury, 


" Mar. 15, '63. 


Dow, Aaron M., . 


22 


Salisbury. . 


- - 


Dow, Stephen, .... 


36 


E. Salisbury. 


- 


Dow, Jolin, Jr., .... 


45 


Salisbury. . 




Dewhurst, Edmund K., 


18 


Amesbury. 


Disc'd July 23, '63. 


Evans, Samuel A., . . . 


45 


Amesb'y Mills 


- 


Eaton, Samuel, 


22 


E. Salisbury. 


- 


Elkins, Alphonso D., 


18 


(C 


_ _ 


FoUansbee, Joshua A., 


29 


Amesbury. 


_ 


Goodwin, Robert T., . 


25 


(( 


_ — 


Gallagher, Thomas, 


32 


Amesb'y Mills 


_ _ 


Grant, George A., . . . 


27 


S. Amesbury. 


- - 


Greenleaf, William M., 


18 


E. Salisbury. 


- 


Gowen, Amos S., . 


18 


Amesbury, . 


Disc'd Dec. 27, '62. 


Hinkson, Benjamin, 


27 


E. Salisbury. 


- 


Hyde, Charles S., . 


45 


Gt. Falls, N.H 


- 


Hayford, Albion, .... 


29 


Amesbury, . 


- 


Healey, Elbridge A., . 


40 


Salisbu'y Mills 


- 


Jones, WilliamV., 


18 


Salisbury. . 


- - 


Jones, John C, . 


37 


E. Salisbury. 


- - 


Jackman, Francis A., . 


18 


u 


— _ 


Long, George, . 


30 


Amesb'y Mills 


- - 


Little, John A., . 


21 


Amesbury. . 


- - 


Lamb, Thomas, .... 


21 


Salisbu'y Mills 


_ _ 


Lamprey, Emery N., . 


23 


<( 


_ _ 


Lewis, Alvin, .... 


22 


E. Salisbury. 


_ _ 


McDonald, James, 


28 


Amesb'y Mills 


~ ~" 



374 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Eesidonce. 


Kemarks. 


Company C — Con. 








Moody, Gardner S., . 


40 


E. Salisbury. . 


- 


Moody, William, . 






25 


u 


- 


Morrill, Albert, . 






37 


Salisbury. . . 


- - 


Morrill, Samuel L., 






38 


E. Salisbury. . 


- 


Morrill, Alphamco, 






20 


Amesb'y Mills. 


_ _ 


Moore, Bernard, . 






20 


Salisbury. . 


- 


Mc Williams, Richard, 






25 


Amesbury, . . 


DIsc'd July 23, '63. 


Morse, Stephen G., 






18 


a 


Died July 8, 1863. 


Noyes, Charles W., 






40 


S. Amesbury. 


- 


Nutter, Charles 0., , 






80 


Amesbury. . 


[Co. F, Kov. 3, 1862. 


Noyes, Nicholas N., 






32 


(.i 


Promoted to 1st Lieut. 


Osgood, Edward P., 






21 


Amesb'y Mills 


- - 


Page, John, . 






29 


Amesbury. . 


- 


Page, William H., 






24 


Salisbury. . 


- 


Plunkett, James W., 






18 


Amesbury. . 


- 


Pike, Otis G., 






23 


E. Salisbury. 


- - 


Pike, John B., 






26 


(( 


- 


Pike, Isaiah F., . 






34 


(( 


— — 


Pike, William H. H., 






22 


<i 


- - 


Pike, Aaron, 






31 


(( 


- 


Pike, Amasa, 






21 


(( 


- 


Phillips, Charles T., 






21 


(( 


- 


Pickering, John D., 






28 


Salisbu'y Mills 


Dlsc'dJuly23, '63. 


Eoe, James, 






40 


Amesbury. . 


- 


Euddock, Horace, 






24 


E. Salisbury. 


- 


Schofield, John, . 






35 


S. Amesbury. 


- 


Stevens, Moses, . 






37 


u 


- 


Stevens, Batchelder, 






35 


Salisbury. . 


- 


Stevenson, Joseph H., 






27 


Salisbu'y Mills 


- 


True, Jacob G., . 






18 


E. Salisbury. 


- 


Tilton, Jonathan K., 






23 


u 


- 


Tobin, James, 






35 


Amesbury. . 


- 


Tewksburv, John G., 






23 


(! 


Tr. to Co. F, Dec. 12, '62. 


Tetley, W'illiam, . 






35 


- 


Deserted, Oct., '62. 


Underhill, Charles F., 






27 


Amesb'y Mills 


- 


Welch, Thomas, . 






45 


Amesbury. . 


- - 


Company D— Ipsvrich 










Benjamin F. Noyes, Captain 




31 


Newbury. . 


- 


William Lord, 4th, 1st Lieut 




39 


Ipswich. . . 


- - 


James Wilson, 2d Lieut, 




29 


Topsfield. . 


. 


Calvin R. Titcomb, 1st Serg 


eant, . 


23 


Rowley, 


Disc'd Sept. 3, '63. 


Enoch S. Rogers, Sergeant, 




40 


Newbury. . 


- 


John R. Baker, " 




27 


Ipswich. 


- 


Luther P. Blaisdell, " 




22 


W. Newbury. 


- 


Thomas M. Todd, " 




22 


Ipswich. 


. 


Lewis B. Rogers, " 




32 


Newbury, . 


Dis. disab'y Dec. 18, '62. 


Leveret Brown, " 




21 


Ipswich, 


. Pro. IstLt. Co. G,May8, 
1863. 

. Died May 10, 1863. 


Nathaniel Noyes, " 


36 


Newbury, . 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



375 



Company D — Con. 
Edward Plouff, Jr., Corporal, 
John Haley, " 

George "W. Noyes, " 
Charles R. Todd, " 

Thomas E. Condon, " 
Jesse F. Brown, " 

Henry W. Phillips, " 
George B. Blodgett, " 
Philip L. Rogers, Musician, 
Alfred G. Richardson, " 
William T. Sanborn, Wagoner, 
Andrews, Isaac M., 
Atkinson, Samuel D., 
Andrews, Calvin, . 
Andrews, Luther B., 
Boardman, Thomas G., 
Buckley, Michael, 
Brown, Edward, . 
Bailey, Benjamin S., 
Bailey, Henry, 
Brown, Walter, . 
Baker, Richmond, 
Bridges, Richard A., 
Bixbj^ Joseph A., 
Burnham, Nathaniel, 
Blaisdell, Lorenzo B., 
CafFery, Thomas, 
Crane, William P., 
Chapman, Moses, 
Cotton, Charles T., 
Deland, Royal A., 
Devine, John, 
Dennett, Moses M., 
Davis, Charles, 
Foster, Edwin K., 
Fuller, Thomas, 
Goodhue, Nathaniel, 
Galbreth, John, 
Gould, William H., 
Gould, Phineas B., 
Grant, James H., 
Gould, Emerson P., 
Hooper, Edward P., 
Harris, Isaac B., . 
Hinkley, John, 
Jenness, Charles B., 
Jones, Merrick, . 
Kinsman, Joseph F., 
Kneeland, David H., 
Kelley, Bartlett, . 



22 
23 
41 
19 
20 
22 
21 
19 
22 
22 
24 
38 
29 
18 
32 
23 
24 
27 
22 
18 
20 
25 
22 
19 
21 
19 
38 
22 
27 
22 
18 
18 
21 
39 
24 
22 
23 
18 
32 
22 
28 
44 
18 
32 
24 
22 
22 
18 
20 
18 



Ipswich. 
Topsfield 
Newburyport, 
Rowley. . 
Ipswich. 
u 

Topsfield. 

Rowley. 

Newbury. 

Rowley, 

Newbury. 

Ipswich. 



Topsfield. 

u 

Ipswich. 

Newbury. 

Ipswich. 

Ipswich. 

Topsfield. 

Ipswich. 

Newbury. 

Ipswich. 



Topsfield 

Charlestown 

Salisbury, 

Ipswich. 
Boxford. 
Ipswich. 

u 

W. Newbury 

Newbury. 

Ipswich. 

Topsfield, 

Manchester, 

Bradford. 

Gloucester, 

Boston. 

Newburyp'rt, 

Ipswich. 

Rowley. 



Died Aug. 8, '63. 



Dis. disb'y, never left St. 
" tore-enl't July 1863. 



Des'rdDec.13,'62 



Died June 5, '63. 
Desrt'd Dec. 19,'62. 



376 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forhj-EigUli Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company D — Con. 
Kneeland, Alfred A., 
Lindbury, Marcus, 
Lowery, Thomas, 
Lakeman, Perley B., 
Lake, John W., . 
Millett, George D., 
Millett, Edward, . 
McGuire, Thomas, 
Maguire, John, . 
Monday, William H., 
Morley, George W., 
May, William O., 
Morman, Alfred, . 
Nussbam, Levi, . 
Noyes, Joshua, 
Noyes, Walter, , 
Perley, Albert, 
Pilsbury, Hiram K., 
Pilsbury, Leonard, 
Plouff, John W., . 
Plummer, William, 
Pickard, Greenleaf A., 
Prince, Charles H., 
Potter, James A., 
Kogers, Christopher, 
Rogers, Melvin B., 
Rogers, Edward L., 
Rogers, Gorham P., 
Rogers, Philip, 

Smith, Andrew F., 

Stone, Lorenzo R., 

Strongman, Jacob T., 

Scanks, Jacob P., 

Sherburn, George W., 

Stevens, William, Jr., 

Sweet, Elbridge G., 

Scanks, Daniel B., 

Smith, James, 

Scott, William, . 

Todd, J. Scott, . 

Towle, Jenness, . 

Titcomb, John F., 

Tibbetts, James, . 

Wait, Joseph, Jr., 

Wildes, Lewis H. . 

Worcester, James T., 

Worcester, Leigh R., 

Wait, Rogers, 

Wilkins, James W., 

Wallace, Richard, 



33 

42 

21 

41 

18 

18 

38 

44 

27 

32 

19 

26 

22 

21 

43 

18 

18 

23 

33 

24 

34 

19 

19 

19 

21 

26 

37 

43 

40 

19 

18 

40 

44 

25 

25 

23 

23 

28 

22 

34 

39 

34 

44 

19 

21 

20 

27 

18 

21 

31 



ort. 



Topsfield, 
Ipswich. 
Bradford. 
Ipswich. 
Topsfield, 
Rowley. . 
<( 

Ipswich. 

a 

Topsfield, 

Ipswich, 

Newburyp 

Ipswich. 

Newburyport 

Newbury, 
Boxford. 

Newbury. 

a 

Newburyport, 

Ipswich. 

Rowley. 

Newbury, 

Rowley, 

Newbury. 



Ipswich. 
Topsfield. 

Ipswich. 
(( 

Boston. . 
Ipswich, 



Newburyport, 
Rowley, . . 
Ipswich. 
Rowley. . . 

Ipswich. 
Topsfield. . 
Ipswich. 



Ipswich, 



Died Aug. 29, '63. 



Died Aug. 5, 1863. 



[Dec. 12, 1862. 
Dischar'd without pay, 

Died July 19, '63. 
Des'rd Dec. 27,'62. 



Died Jan. 24, '63. 



[June 12, 1863. 
Discharged to re-enlist, 
Kil'd in ac'n, May 27,'63. 



[1862, for disabiUty. 
Discharged Decem'r 10, 
Discharged for disability 
[at Keadville, (no date.) 



Dis. to re-enlist, July '63. 

Died Apr. 20, '63. 

Desr'd Dec. 12,'62. 

« Dec. 27,'62. 

Promoted to Capt., Co. 
[K, Dec. 26, 1862. 

Died May 16, 1863. 



Died May 13, '63. 
Desr'd Dec. 12, '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



377 



Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



NAMES. 



Remarks. 



Company B— Salem. 
George Wheatland, Jr., Captain 
Charles Howes, " 

Charles Sanders, 1st Lieut., 
John F. Ford, 1st 
John F. Ford, 2d Lieut., 
Charles J. Lee, 2d " 
George Wiley, 2d " 
Samuel W. Larrabee, 1st Serg'nt. 
Charles C. Hoyt, Sergeant, 
Thomas JE. Jewett, 
Charles Marston, Jr., 
Francis G. Mears, 
Samuel Hoar, Corporal, 
William Daniels, 
Joseph N. Larrabee, 
Leonard Burnham, 
Aaron Low, 
Charles A. Brown, 
James Walsh, 
James F. Nelson, 
Albee, James H., . 
Andrews, Lyman B., 
Andrews, Israel F., 
Burnham, Ira F., . 
Burnham, Lewis, . 
Burnham, Albert F., 
Burnham, Lamont 6., 
Burnham, G»eorge F., 
Brann, Thomas W., 
Bowsley, Theophilus S 
Burnham, Horace, 
Crafts, John, Jr., 
Crafts, Franklin, . 
Coggin, Thomas, 
Cross, George, 
Callahan, Daniel, 
Callahan, Maurice, 
Colwell, Patrick, 
Chase, John E.., 
Coughlin, Patrick, 
Callahan, John, 
Crockett, Charles P., 
Craig, Abram D., 
Crowell, Benjamin, 
Daniels, Edward A., 
Daniels, John B., 
Dockham, WiUiam S., 
Duggan, Morty, . 
Douglass, Albert, 
Eaton, Charles, . 



23 
35 

20 
28 
28 
23 
23 
24 
23 
26 
26 
26 
18 
38 
33 
18 
29 
21 
24 
25 
28 
19 
29 
18 
18 
21 
21 
25 
37 
18 
19 
42 
30 
18 
19 
28 
30 
25 
18 
42 
20 
44 
35 
40 
27 
32 
40 
38 
18 
21 



Salem, 
Essex. 
Salem, 



Essex. 

(( 

Concord 
Salem. 

Essex, 

Salem. 



Newbury 
Essex. 



port 



Salem. 

Essex, 
(I 

u 

Salem. 
Essex. 

u 

Salem. 

Ipswich. 

Salem. 

Essex, 



Lynnfield, 
Salem. 



Essex. 
Salem, 



Promt'dMaj., Dec.6,'62. 

Ees'd June20, '63. 

Pnnt'dlstLt.Jly.24,'63- 

Res'dMar. 10, '63. 



Died June 21, '63. 



Kil'd in act'n, Je. 12, '63. 
Dis. for disab'y Je. 19,'63. 



Died May 6, '63. 
Desr'd Oct. 24, '62. 

Kil'd in act'n, Je. 12,'63. 



[March 7, 1863. 
Trans, to 2d K. I. Cav'y, 

Desr'd Oct. 25, '62. 



48 



378 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company E—Con. 
Flakefield, John J., 
Ford, Jeremiah L., 
Farley, George E., 
Francis, Joseph, . 
Foote, George F., 
Gray, George A., 
Griffin, Thomas J., 
Gilderoy, Michael, 
Hinds, Richard, • 
Hay den, Luther, . 
Hanson, George, 
Hardy, AlphonsoM., 
Hazelton, Andrew, 
Ingalls, John D., 
Jaques, Joseph, 
Jackson, Andrew, 
Joyce, Michael, . 
Jeffrey, William F., 
Kimball, John B., 
Kelleher, John, 
Kennedy, Michael, 
Lynch, Patrick, . 
Larrabee, Warren, 
Lear, William S., 
Lyons, James, 
Morse, George W., 
Murphy, Michael, 
Murphy, Peter, . 
Murphy, John, 
Mitchell, Patrick, 
Matthews, Vincent, 
McCabe, Patrick, 
McEachen, John, 
Mahoney, Thomas, 
Morton, Charles, 
Nolan, Thomas, 
Osgood, Elbridge B., 
Powars, Stephen A., 
Prest, Robert, 
Proctor, Charles W., 
Proctor, Joseph, Jr., 
Peabody, Jeremiah, 
Renan, William H., 
Riggs, Solomon A., 
Robinson, John L., 
Scully, Patrick, 
Sweeney, William, 
Stacy, Peter, 
Symonds, Joseph P., 
, South wick, Edward, 



35 

28 

18 

40 

21 

29 

36 

19 

22 

4i 

28 

19 

42 

35 

21 

21 

27 

21 

28 

35 

18 

27 

33 

18 

21 

21 

44 

18 

40 

30 

40 

37 

25 

34 

22 

21 

27 

33 

35 

23 

27 

44 

26 

27 

22 

20 

41 

33 

18 

29 



Salem. 



Salem. 

Essex. 



Salem, 



Danvers, 
Salem. 
Essex. 
u 

Salem, 



Marblehead. 



Salem. 



Essex. 



Methuen. 

Salem. . 
Essex. . 



Middleton, 
Salem. . 

Essex. . 

Salem. . 



[Jan. 1, 1SG3. 
Dischar'd for disability. 



Desr'dOct.26,'62. 
Deser'd Oct. 1, '62. 

Dis.for dis'y Oct.l, '62. 
May 11, '63. 

Desr'd Sep. 25, '62. 
" Nov. 28, '62. 
<' Dec. 25, '62. 



[March 7, 1863. 
Trans, to 2d K. I. Cav'y, 



Desr'd Nov. 14,'62. 



Des'd Nov. 14, '62. 



Died Jan. 10, '63. 

[Dec. 16, 1S62. 
Trans, to non-com. staff, 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



879 



NAMES. 


< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company E — Con. 








Shaw, Walter G. C. C, 


20 


Salem. . 


- - 


Smith, Patrick, . 




35 


(( 


. Died Dec. 10, '62. 


Stimpson, Edward A., 




- 


- 


Trans, to 16tli Mass. K't 


Very, Ephraim P., 




35 


Salem. . 


- 


Veno, Felix, 




24 


u 


- — 


Wiley, Moses, Jr., 




27 


u 


- 


Walton, Joseph A., 




40 


u 


- 


Wippich, John, . 




34 


a 


[Dec. 24, 1862. 


Willey, Mark L., 




IS 


u 


Discharg'd fordisabillty, 


Company F— At Large, 








Edgar J. Sherman, Captain, . 


27 


Lawrence. 


[Dec. 26, 1862. 


Francis M. Smith, 1st Lieut., 


22 


Lynn, . 


Promoted Captain Co. I, 


Nicholas N. Noyes, " 


30 


Amesbury. 


. 


Nicholas N. Noyes, 2d Lieut., 


30 


a 


• Prom. 1st Lt, Dec. 29,'62. 


John G. Tewksbury, " 


21 


a 


Dismissed the service— 


Laurington S. Bennett, " 


35 


Salem. . 


[no date. 


Charles H. Littlefield, 1st Sergt., . 


20 


Lawrence. 


- 


Austin S. Smith, Sergeant, 


36 


(i 


. 


Charles L. Ramsdell, " 


28 


Salisbury. 


- - 


Charles H. Stickney, " 




32 


Lynn. . 


. 


Joel T. Stone, " 




24 


Lawrence. 


— — 


Alfi-ed Mullins, Corporal, . 




23 


Boston. . 


. 


David C. Morrill, " 




21 


Newburypo 


rt.. - - 


Alfred Trepetheren, " 




43 


11 


. 


John C. Colby, " 




23 


Salisbury. 


. 


Thomas F. Hines, " 




18 


Salem. • 


[Battery, May 7, 1863, 


Edward F. Caswell, " 




18 


Wenham, 


Transf d to 2d Vermont 


Charles E. Kent, Musician, . 




18 


Lawrence. 


- 


William H. Walsh, " 




18 


Salem. . 


- - 


Abbott, James, 




21 


Boston, . 


. Des'd Nov. 26, '62. 


Bateman, Joseph, . 






28 


Salem. . 


. 


Bateman, Thomas, 






44 


11 


- 


Bocock, George, . 






18 


Amesbury. 


. 


Brown, Charles S., 






35 


Lawrence. 


- - 


Bessom, Nicholas, . 






44 


Marbleheac 


. . 


Blanchard, James P., 






28 


Salisbury. 


- 


Burke, Patrick, . 






35 


Lawrence. 


- - 


Blyth, Jonathan, . 






18 


11 


. 


Barry, Thomas, . 






18 


a 


. , 


Brownlee, James, . 






28 


Lynn. . 


, , 


Baland, Edward, . 






21 


Lawrence, 


. . Des'd Dec, 26, '62. 


Burnham, Frederick, 






19 


_ 


" Nov. 7, '62. 


Brewster, William, 






25 


_ 


" Nov. 7, '62. 


Bum, James H., . 






24 


_ 


" Nov. 8, '62. 


Buch, Thomas, 






21 


Lawrence, 


" Nov. 4, '62. 


Caffrey, Daniel, . 






23 


11 


. , 


Corliss, William H., 






34 


Salisbury. 


- — 


Chase, George E., 






18 


Salem. . 


_ — 


Clinton, Daniel, . 






34 


Newton, 


. , Des'd Nov, 4, '62, 



380 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



KAMES. 


6 


Kesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company F — Con. 








Crosby, James C., 


25 


- - 


Des'd Nov. 3, '62. 


Clark, Charles, . 






24 


- 


" Nov. 4, '62. 


Campbell, James, . 






25 


- 


" Dec. 21, '62. 


Collins, John, 






22 


- - 


" Dec. 21, '62. 


Doyle, Nicholas, . 






37 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Dowling, George, . 






21 


Boston, . . . 


Des'd Nov. 21, '62. 


Dalisle, Timothy, . 






18 


Lawrence, . . 


" Nov. 26, '62. 


Dana, Charles, 






22 


Boston, . . . 


" Nov. 4, '62. 


Doran, Robert, . 






21 


- _ 


^' Dec. 21, '62. 


Dennett, Moses M., 






21 


- 


" Nov. 5, '62. 


Durgin, Daniel, . 






18 


Lawrence, . . 


" Nov. 26, '62. 


Edgecomb, James, 






18 


u 


- - 


Euglestedt, Charles, 






43 


Plympton. . . 


- 


Eaton, Clark, 






21 


_ _ 


Des'd Nov. 6, '62. 


Farrow, Robert, . 






2& 


Lawrence. . . 


_ _ 


Foster, Solomon L., 






26 


Ipswich. . . 


_ _ 


Flood, John, 






18 


Salem. . . . 


_ _ 


Francis, John, 






28 


_ _ 


Des'd Nov. 4, '62. 


Fernandez, Miguel, 






30 


- - 


" Nov. 4, '62. 


Goodwin, Ephraim L., 






45 


Lawrence, . . 


" Nov. 26, '62. 


Green, Joseph, . 






42 


Boston, . . . 


" Dec. 24, '62. 


Gingrass, Eugene, 






21 


Lawrence, . . 


" Nov. 3, '62. 


Goodwin, Sylvester, 






21 


S. Amesbury, . 


» Nov. 4, '62. 


Gaman, James, . 






21 


_ _ 


" Dec. 21, '62. 


Greenleaf, William H., 






41 


_ _ 


" Dec. 21, '62. 


Holt, Albert E., . 






18 


Lawrence. . . 


- _ 


Hazelton, Augustus, 






84 


Salem. . » . , 


_ _ 


Hood, Wendell P., 






22 


Danvers. . . 


_ _ 


Hovey, William, . 






35 


Salem. . . .- 


— _ 


Hall, Aaron, 






41 


Maiden, . . . 


Died Dec. 26, '62. 


Hileinan, Charles, 






21 


_ _ 


Des'd Dec. 21, '62. 


Hill, Charles P., . 






28 


_ _ 


" Nov. 3, '62. 


Huddell, John H., 






18 


_ _ 


" Nov. 3, '62. 


Jones, Robert T., . 






29 


Boston, . . . 


" Nov. 14, '62. 


Janvrin, Dennis A., 






20 


_ _ 


" Nov. 14, '62. 


Jones, William V., 






21 


_ _ 


" Nov. 3, '62. 


Johnson, William, 






25 


Gloucester, 


" Nov. 3, '62. 


Kelley, John W., . 






43 


Newbury, . . 


" Nov. 21, '62. 


Looley, John, 






29 


Lawrence. . . 


- 


Lopez, Peter, 






24 


_ _ 


Deser'dNov.3,*62. 


Little, Archible, . 






30 


- - 


U (( 


Marshall, WilUam F., 






23 


Salem. . . . 


_ _ 


Murphy, John, 






18 


_ _ 


- _ 


Mahoney, Michael, 






23 


Lawrence. . . 


- - 


McQuaid, John, . 






18 


Lowell. . . . 


_ _ 


McDermott, Thomas, 






23 


" 


- .- 


McDugal, John, . 






30 


Salem. . . . 


- 


McLean, Joseph, . 






26 


Newburyport. . 


- 


Moore, Robert, 






23 


Lawrence, . . 


Desr'd Nov. 21,'62. 


Murphy, John, 






28 


AVenham, . . 


" Nov. 4, '62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



381 



NAMES. 



Eemarbs. 



Company F — Con. 
Moore, Patrick M., 
Martin, Miguel, . 
McNeil, John, 
Noyes, Joshua, 
Noonan, Patrick, . 
Oakes, Edward T., 
Orsey, John D., . 
O'Donnell, Rodlick 
Penney, Charles H., 
Peabody, Benjamin W 
Pickering, James, 
Price, Philip, 
Pettingell, Edward, 
Parshley, Jos. K., 
Qusick, Thomas, . 
Roddy, Edward, . 
Rogers, Mial A., . 
Rogers, John, 
Rushton, Charles, . 
Reardon, George, 
Roach,' John, 
Ryan, Patrick, 
Renns, Charles J., 
Smith, John, 
Smith, James, 
Sullivan, Simon, . 
Sullivan, Eugene, 
Sylvia, John, 
Story, William, . 
Sullivan, Patrick, 
Smith, Charles, . 
Smith, Charles O., 
Towner, Walter R. C. 
Tucker, John H., . 
Tibbetts, Calvin E., 
Tewksburj, Ezekiel F. 
Vaughan, John, . 
Wiley, Charles V., 
Webb, Samuel, . 
Williams, Charles, 
Woodward, James H. J 
Welch, Thomas, . 
Welch, John, 



Company G— At Large. 
Robinson N. Schoff, Captain, 
William E. Rudderhan, 1st Lieut., 
Leverett, Brown, 1st Lieut., 
John S. O'Brien, 2d Lieut., . 
William Boyd, 2d Lieut., 



23 
25 
21 
43 

18 
18 
28 
40 
37 
44 
42 
27 
21 
18 
32 
40 
23 
22 
25 
26 
21 
33 
18 
40 
18 
30 
19 
28 
23 
22 
26 
18 
44 
40 
18 
29 
25 
22 
39 
24 
28 
20 
21 



26 



Lawrence, 



Lawrence, . 



Maiden. 
Middleton. 



Hancock, Md., 
Lawrence, . 
Lynn, . . 
Lawrence. . 
Newbury. . 

Boston, . . 
Charlestown, 
Boston, . . 
Salem, . . 
Lawrence, . 



Amesbury. . 
Gloucester, 



W. Mansfield 
Maiden. 
Salem. . 
Salisbury. 
Amesbury 
Lawrence 
Charlestown 
Lawrence. . 



Salisbury. 
Quincy, . 
Ipswich. 
Boston, . 
Quincy. . 



Desr'd Nov. 4, '62. 

" Dec. 24,'62. 

" Nov. 5, '62. 
Desr'd Nov. 3, '62. 



Desr'd Nov. 6, '62. 
" Nov. 4, '62. 
" Dec. 24,'62. 
" Nov. 15,'62. 
" Nov. 4, '62. 



Desr'd Nov. 29,'62. 

" Nov. 14,'62. 

" Nov. 7, '62. 

" Nov. 15,'62. 

" Dec. 20,'62. 
Died Jan. 22, 1863. 



Desr'd Nov. 7, '62. 
" Nov. 15,'62. 
" Dec. 20,'62. 

Transferred to 2d K. I. 
[Cavalry, Mar. 7, 1863. 



Desr'd Nov. 5, '62. 
" Dec. 21,'62. 
" Nov. 5, '62. 
" Dec. 23,'62. 



Disc'd Mar. 7, '63. 
Disc'd Mar. 7, '63. 



P.R9 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



- Company G — Con. 
Andrew Hare, 1st Sergeant, 
Henry Talbot, Sergeant, 
Timothy A. Coffey, " 
James Crowley, " 

Edward Tierney, " 

Hugh Doniher, Corporal, 
John Dixon, " 

Robert N. Dailey, " 
John Lombard, " 

Patrick Boyd, Bugler, . 
Chai-les H. Parker, Musician 
Burk, James, 
Crotty, William F., 
Crowley, Jeremiah, 
Donivan, James, 
Duffy, Patrick, 
Dailey, Michael, 
Earley, Dennis, 
Ellsworth, George E., 
Fui'fy Hugh, 
Flynn, William, 
Fleming, Garrett, 
Gallagher, Francis, 
Gleason, Daniel, 
Hanley, Thomas, 
Hanley, Patrick, 
Hogan, James, 
Kelly, Matthew, 
Kingsley, Richard 
Lougee, James, 
Lyons, Thomas, 
Lynch, Patrick, 
Maguire, John, 
McCarty, John, 
Morris, Patrick, 
Madden, Jeremiah, 
Moran, James, 
O'Neil, John T., 
O'Conners, James, 
O'Flaherty, Thomas P, 
O'Hearn, Patrick, 
Roach, Michael, . 
Richards, John, . 
Sullivan, Daniel, . 
Sullivan, William, 
Sullivan, Michael, 
Sullivan, John, 
Sullivan, Eugene, 
Shine, Martin, 
Wade, John, 
Warner, Thomas, 



37 

21 
21 

21 
38 

21 
21 
43 
18 
39 
18 

19 
44 
45 
23 

31 

21 
39 
21 
32 
18 



40 



Melrose. 
Quincy. . 
Boston. . 

Boston. . 
Stoughton. 

Boston. . 

Quincy. . 
Boston. . 
Sherburne. 
Boston. . 



Roxbury, 
Brighton. 



Quincy, . 

(( 

Boston. . 

u 

S. Boston. 



Died July 29, '63. 

[way home— (no date.) 
Died in Kew York on the 



Died May 3, 1863. 

Died of wo'ds—(rtQ date.) 



21 


Boston, . . . 


21 


a 


44 


1.1. 


34 


ii 


33 


Boston. . . . 


28 


S. Reading. . 


33 


Boston, . . . 


18 


Quincy. . . . 


40 


Boston. . . . 


21 


(( 


24 


u 


37 


Boston. . , . 


45 


K 


21 


S. Boston. . . 


21 


Boston. . . . 


18 


S. Boston, . . 


19 


Boston. . . . 


19 


(( 



Died May 11, '63. 



Dis. re-enrt July 23, '63. 



Dis. re-enl't July 23, 'G3. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



883 



Company H— Boston. 
James C. Rogers, Captain, 
P. O. C. Frawley, 1st Lieut.. 
James Maginnis, 2(1 Lieut. 
T. M. Laughlin, 1st Sergeant., 
John W. Le-\'s, Sergeant, 
Ricbard, Ward, " 
Robert Leach, " 

Patrick McCarty, " 
James Stead, " 

Maurice Healey, " 
William Sheehan, Corporal, . 
James Gildea, " 

William Hall, 
Daniel Desmond. " 

Michael Farley, " 

James Ryan, " 

Patrick O'Connor, . " 
Timothy LahiiFe, " 

John Keenan, Musician, 
John Wilkins, 2d, " 
Ahern, Maurice, 
Ahern, Stephen, 
Brown, Rufus F., , 
Brannon, Thomas, 
Bryant, George, 
Burgess, Joseph, 
Burns, Michael, 
Burns, Thomas, 
Boyle, John, 
Bradley, John, 
Brophy, James, 
Bates, Nicholas, 
Beary, Thomas F., 
Brown, Philip, 
Bai'ian, Patrick, 
Brown, John, 
Beams, Daniel, 
Clark, Michael, 

Cunningham, John C, 

Cunningham, John, 2d, 

Cahill, James, 

Collins, Patrick, . 

Campbell, Michael, 

Coyle, John, 

Callaghan, Charles, 

Cunningham, John, 1st, 

Doherty, James, . 

Devine, Patrick, . 

Daly, I\Iatthew, . 

Dunney, Patrick, . 



33 

41 
22 
22 
23 
21 
25 
20 
31 
22 
28 
2i 
21 
43 
23 
38 
39 
22 
19 
17 
31 
21 
37 
39 
26 
35 
19 
23 
38 
21 
19 
42 
28 
19 
28 
27 
40 
39 
36 
20 
43 
19 
36 
37 
31 
20 
33 
22 
30 
9f> 



Chelsea. 
Lowell. . 
Belmont, 
Lowell. . 
Boston. . 
Lowell. . 



Lawrence, 
Boston, . 
Chelsea. 
Lowell. . 
Boston. . 
E. Maiden, 
Lowell. . 

Belmont. 
Lowell, . 
S. Andover. 

Belmont. 

Chelsea. 
Lowell. . 

Lawrence, 
Lynn. . 
Boston. . 
Lowell. . 
Marblehead 



Chelsea, 
Lowell, , 



Lowell 

Belmont 

Lowell 



Boston. 
Lowell, 

a 

Belmont 
Lowell. 
Belmont 
S. Danvers 



Died, of w'nds Je.21, '63. 



Died of w'nds June 4,"63. 

Des'd Jan. 28, 'Go, 



Diedof w'nds Je. 3, 1S63. 
Dis. re-enl't Mar. 23, '63. 

Desr'd Oct. 2, '62. 



Desrt'd Oct. 8, '62. 
" Dec. 21, '62. 
" Oct. 27, '62. 
" " 6, '62. 
» " 6, '62. 



Desrt'd Oct. 1, '62. 

" Dec. 9, '62. 

Died July 15,1863. 



384 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company ff^-Con. 








Flood, "William, .... 


20 


Lowell. . . . 


— — .. 


Frawley, Michael, 






37 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Frazer, Hugh, 






37 


Chelsea. . . 


- - 


Finnegan, William, 






39 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Foley, William J., 






24 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Fenton, Patrick, . 






22 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Galogly, James, . 






27 


" 


- 


Gibbons, Joseph, . 






25 


Saugus. . . . 


- 


Gleason, Matthew E,., . 






19 


Chelsea. . . 


— - 


Griffin, Michael, . 






22 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Gorman, James, . 






25 


" 


[Marshal, Dec. 26, '62. 


Galligher, Edward, 






19 


11 


Shot dead by Provost- 


Harriman, Noah G., 






30 


Saugus. . . . 


- 


Hayden, Thomas, 






31 


Dracut. . . . 


- 


Hays, Peter, 






19 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Hoay, Thomas, 






41 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Harney, Richard, . 






27 


a 


Desr'd Oct. 27, '62. 


Hawkins, Patrick, 






19 - - 


" Nov.20, '62. 


Harpen, William, 






22 


- 


" Oct. 16, '62. 


Johnson, Joseph, . 






36 


- 


" Oct. 1,'62. 


Kelley, John, 






19 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Kane, Richard, . 






36 


" 


- - 


Kelly, Patrick, 






34 


" 


Desr'd Dec.27, '62. 


Kelley, Thomas S., 






32 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Leach, James, 






27 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Lehan, Dennis, . 






20 


Canton. . . . 


- 


Lamon, James, 






24 


- 


Desr'd Oct. 27, 62. 


Lawler, Martin, . 






19 


Belmont, . . 


" Nov. 5, '62. 


MeConley, Peter, . 






42 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


McManus, Patrick, 






40 


Charlestown. . 


- 


Murphy, William A., 






19 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Slurray, Patrick, . 
McCarty, John, . 
Noonan, Dennis, . 






43 


Boston, . . . 


Diedof w'nds, Aug.7,'63. 






32 


Lowell, . . . 


Desr'd Nov.l6, '62. 






37 


" 


" Oct. 21. '62. 


Noonan, Michael, . 






23 


_ 


" Nov. 16, '62. 


O'Brien, John, . 






23 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


O'Connell, James, 






25 


" 


— — 


O'Connell, Patrick, 






21 


" 


- - 


Parker, Alexander, 






41 


Chelsea. ' . . 


- 


Powers, William, . 






20 


Winchendon. . 


- 


Quigley, James, . 






19 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Riley, Patrick, 






19 


" 


— — 


Riley, George, 






21 


- 


Desr'd Oct. 21, '62. 


Spear, James, 
Sullivan, Daniel, . 






19 


Boston. . . . 


- - 






19 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Slyne, Edward, . 
Smith, Charles, . 






19 


a 


- - 






27 


- 


Desr'd Oct. 6, '62. 


Taagart, William, 






41 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Tighe, Philip, 






26 


Lowell. . . . 


[19, 1863. 


Tilton, James L., . 




41 


" 


Killed on the cars, Ang. 



1864.] . HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



385 



Company H — Con. 
Tully, Hugh, 
Walsh, James, 
Whelan, Patrick, . 
Williams, John, 1st, 

Company I— At Large. 
Michael C. McGuire, Captain, 
Frank M. Smith, " 

Frank M. Smith, 1st Lieut., . 
John Eeade, 1st " . 

John W. Ricker, 1st " 
William J. Hartwell, 2d Lieut., 
George T. Wagner, 2d " . 
James Bassett, 2d " . 

Thomas W. Herrick, 1st Sergeant, 
Terrence Wade, 1st 
John Morris, Sergeant, 
Michael Killduff, " 
James Nolan, " 
Timothy Curtin, " 
John Lyons, " 

John H. Raymond, " 
Matthew McDermott, Corporal, 
George Wagner, 
Thomas H. Harper, 
John Freel, 
Herman Manhphal, 
James Colwell, 
Joseph Semple, 
James Riley, 
Robert Burns, Musician, 
John J. Slattery, " 
Brooks, Frederick, 
Butler, Patrick, . 
Barnett, Richard, . 
Brood, Henry, 
Boyd, Thomas, 
Bellmont, Charles, 
Bailey, James E., . 
Brown, David, 
Cronin, Lawrence, 
Callahan, Michael, 
Coy, Michael, 

Croaker, Luke, . 
Collins, Patrick, . 
Davis, George W., 
Darmody, James, . 
Doyle, David, 
Doyle, Edward, . 



41 
33 
20 
44 



25 
23 
23 
38 
39 
29 
28 
34 
30 
40 
28 
47 
23 
41 
25 
35 
24 
21' 
45 
33 
23 
23 
28 
23 
15 
20 
27 
21 
23 
27 
26 
21 
34 
27 
41 
19 
18 

20 
25 

23 
21 
23 
45 



Lowell. . 
Billerica. 
Lowell, . 
Lynn, . 



Boston, . . 

Lynn. . . 

Milford, . . 
Newburyport. 

Dedham, . 

Boston, . . 

Lowell. . . 

Boston, . . 



Roxbury. . 

Boston. . . 

Quincy. . . 

Milford, . . 

Boston, . . 
Charlestown. 

Boston. . . 
S. Braintree. 

Boston. . . 

Milford. . . 

Boston. . . 

Boston, . . 

Milford. . . 



Gardner. 



Woburn. 



Chelsea, 



Desr'd Oct. 21, '62. 
" Oct. 28, '62. 



Disc'd Dec. 22, '62. 

[from Co. F. 
Prmt'd Capt.,Dec.26,'62, 

Disc'd Mar. 7, '63. 

Disc'd Mar. 7, '63. 
Disc'd Dec. 15, '62. 

[H. Q. Guard. 
Trnsfr*d to Gen. Banks' 



Died April 11 '63. 

Tmsfr'd to Gen. Banks' 
[ H. Q. Guard. 



Died Apr. 16, '63. 

Trans, to K. I. Cavalry, 
[March 6, 1883. 

Des'd Dec. 24, '62. 
" Dec. 18, '62. 
» Dec. 5, '62. 
" Dec. 18, '62. 
" Dec. 27, '62. 
« Dec. 23, '62. 

Des'd Nov. 24, '62. 

Trans, to Gen. Banks' 
H. Q. Guard. 

Des'd Dec. 4, 1862. 

Des'd Dec. 18, '62. 
" Dec. 7, '62. 
" Dec' 4, '62. 
" Dec. 4, '62. 



49 



386 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


6 

< 


Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company I — Con. 








Downey, Patrick, .... 


45 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Donovan, John, . 






31 


. -, 


Des'd Dec. 6, '62. 


Florence, John, . 






21 


Boston, . . . 


Trans, to R. I. CaTaliy, 
March 6, 1863. . 


Gillespie, Peter, . 






20 


S. Boston, . . 


Des'd Dec. 4, 1862. 


Glennon, William, 






30 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Gibbons, Thomas, 






21 


Lowell. . . . 


- - 


Gibbons, John, 






32 


- 


Des'd Dec. 20, '62. 


Harris, Albert C, . 






19 


- 


" Dec. 23, '62. 


Homer, John, 






22 


Milford,. . . 


" Dec. 16, '02. 


Holland, William A., . 






37 


- 


- 


Plutchins, Noyes R., 






42 


- 


Des'd Dec. 12^ '62. 


Hyland, Joseph, . 






21 


- 


" Dec. 18, '62, 


Hurley, Jeremiah 






16 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Hofflnan, Charles, 






25 


_ _ 


Des'd Dec. 27, '62. 


Kean, Michael, . 






30 


Roxbury. , . 


- 


Kron, Henry, 






23 


Boston, . . . 


Trans, to Gen. Banks' 
H. Q. Guard. 


Krouse, Charles, . 






20 


- 


Des'd Nov. 9, '62. 


Long, Joseph, 






25 


- 


" Dec. 20, '62. 


Lalley, James, 






32 


— - 


« Nov. 26, '62. 


Loregan, Patrick, 






35 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Lewis, John, 






19 


" 


- - 


MoHench, James, 






21 


" 


— _ 


McDonald, James, 






36 


a 


_ _ 


McDonald, Michael, 






30 


- 


Ret'nd by Civil Auth'ty. 


Mehegan, John, . 






35 


Boston. . . . 


- — 


Melia, Edward, . 






28 


- 


Des'd Nov. 10, '62. 


McClane, Thomas, 






25 


_ 


" Dec. 15, '62. 


McCarthy, John, . 






30 


Boston, . . . 


" Dec. 27, '62. 


Mowry, Daniel C., 






33 


New Bedford, . 


Trans, to Gen. Banks' 
H. Q. Guard. 


Morrison, Charles E., 






18 


- - 


Des'd Dec. 4, '62. 


Murphy, James, . 






25 


- 


Eet'nd by Civil Autli'ty. 


Nelson, John, 






21 


_ _ 


Des'd Dec. 4, '62. 


Newton, Levi L., . 






28 


_ - 


- - 


O'Brien, Cornelius A., 






16 


_ _ 


_ - 


O'Brien, Dennis, . 






30 


Boston, . . . 


Des'd Dec. 20, '62. 


Phillipp, August, . 






18 


" 


- 


Parker, James G., 






28 


- 


Des'd Dec. 20, '62. 


Eussell, Mitchell, . 






28 


Milford, . . . 


Died in N. O., (no date.) 


Roman, Charles, . 






24 


_ - 


Des'd Nov. 30, '62. 


Ross, William, 






24 


- - 


" Dec. 7, '62. 


Robertson, James G., 






28 


Quincy. . . . 


- - 


Shea, Timothy, . 






25 


_ 


Des'd Dec. 3, '62. 


Slattery, Michael, 






23 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Smith, John 1st, . 






21 


_ - 


Des'd Dec. 10, '62. 


Smith, John 2d, . 






25 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Smith, "John 3d, . 






24 


_ — 


Des'd Nov. 28, '62. 


Smith, Lewis, 






21 


— - 


" Dec. 8, '62. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Continued. 



38T 



NAMES. 


< 


1 

Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company I — Con. 








SImms, William, .... 


22 


- 


Des'd Dec. 20, '62. 


Sullivan, Patrick, 




25 


- 


- 


Stodder, Joseph F., 




13 


Boston. . . . 


[and furloughed. 


Santry, Arthur, . 




25 


Lowell, . . . 


Wounded July 15, 1863, 


Sweeney, Dennis, 




35 


Boston. . . . 


— — 


Smith, Thomas, . 




33 


_ - 


Des'd Dec. 12, '62. 


Schmidt, William F., . 




35 


- - 


" Nov. 29, '62. 


Short, Charles, 




45 


Fall River, . 


Dis. disab'y,Dec. 30, '62. 


Taylor, Andrew, . 




32 


- 


Des'd Dec. 6, '62. 


Thompson, David, 




25 


- 


" Dec. C, '62. 


Tracey, Thomas, . 




85 


- 


Dis. disab'y, Dec. 25, '62. 


Williams, John, . 




24 


Boston. . . . 


[March 6, 1863. 


Wilson, John F., . 




26 


a 


Trans, to R. I. Cavalry, 


White, William, . 




22 


"* 


Des'd Dec 7, '62. 


Walsh, John, 




24 


Boston, . . • 


" Dec. 22, '62. 


Walsh, Thomas, . 




18 


Milford.. . . 


_ - 


Company K— At Large. 








J. Scott Todd, Captain, 


34 


Rowley. . • 


- 


Leach Clark, 1st Lieut., 


25 


Boston. . . . 


_ — 


Henry J. Bellen, 2d Lieut., . 


23 


" ... 


Res'd Mar. 7, '63. 


William B. Harding, 2d Lieut., . 


- 


Salisbury. . . 


- 


James Ford, 1st Sergeant, . 


32 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Martin Curley, Sergeant, 


19 


Jamaica Plain. 


- 


Francis Donahoe, " 


21 


Boston. . . . 


- - 


Patrick Flaherty, " 


32 


Roxbury. . . 


- - 


James McFlynn, " . .^ 


22 


Boston. . . . 


- , - 


John Scott, Corporal, 


19 


" 


- - 


James Kieman, " 


19 


St. Johns, N.B. 


- 


John Conlon, " 


47 


Springfield. . 


- 


Daniel Dugan, " 


19 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Thomas Davis, " 


25 


" 


_ 


John Fitzgerald, " 


34 


S. Boston. . . 


- - 


Matthew Coughlin," 


42 


Milford. . . 


_ _ 


John Collehan, " . . 


18 


_ - 


C1863. 


Rogers Griffin, " 


23 


Boston, . . 


Killed in action May 27, 


James Coffee, " 


19 


Roxbury, . . 


Dis. to re-enlist Au. 1,'63. 


William White, " . . 


25 


Boston, . . . 


Dis. fordisab'y May4,'63. 


John Curran, Musician, 


16 


Lowell. . . 


- - 


Joseph Gallagher, " 


17 


Boston. . . . 


- 


James Warren, " 


18 


a 


Des'd Dec. 29, '62. 


Brown, Dennis J., . . . 


18 


u 


- 


Byrne, William, 




18 


Quincy. . • 


- 


Barrett, Peter, 




40 


Roxbury. . . 


[May 8, 1863. 


Betancourt, Manual, 




28 


Boston, . . . 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Carr, Michael, 




28 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Curran, Simon, . 




19 


E. Boston. . . 


- - 


Crowley, Daniel, . 




13 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Crosby, Hugh, 




33 


Waltham. . . 


_ _ ■ 


Cheney, Edward, 




28 


Boston. . . . 


— "" 



388 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Eighth Regiment — Concluded. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


60 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company K — Con. 








Courtney, Eugene, 


18 


Boston. . . - . 


_ . _ 


Carroll, Peter, 






44 


Lowell, . . . 


Died Apr. 11, '63. 


Dooley, James, 






22 


S. Braintree. . 


- - 


Daley, Bartlett, . 






17 


Lowell. . . 


- 


Daley, Thomas, . 






42 


New Bedford. . 


[March 9, 1863. 


Erwin, Thomas, . 






18 


- 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Fay, William, 






18 


Milford. . ■ . 


- _ 


Gilman, Jeremiah, 






18 


Boston, . . • . 


_ _ 


Gerrety, John, 






22 


Canton. . ■ . 


- _ 


Kelley, James, 






28 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Landy, William, . 






21 


- 


[May 13, 1863. 


Lalar, Michael, . 






35 


Boston, . . . 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


McNabb, Thomas, 






18 


Lowell. . . . 


_ _ 


McGee, Samuel, 






30 


Boston. . . . 


— _ 


Mahony, Thomas, 






20 


Lawrence. . . 


- _ 


Mallett, Peter, . 






40 


_ 


Died March 19,'63. 


McLeod, Alexander, 






20 


Boston, . . . 


" July 2, '63. 


Nevin, John, 






25 


Roxbury. . 


- 


O'Brien, Patrick, 






18 


Lowell. . . . 


— - 


O'Rielley, Charles, 






44 


- 


[April 27, 1863. 


O'Connor, James, 






- 


- 


Transferred to Co. G, 


Patterson, Anthony, 






20 


Boston. . . . 


- 


Peterson, John, 






20 


u 


Died Aug. 2, '63. 


Eand, James, 






18 


Lowell. . . . 


[Aug. 1, 1863. 


Kyan, Edward, 






- 


- 


Discharged to re-enlist. 


Sheehan, Timothy, 






18 


Milford. . . 


- - 


Smith, George, 






19 


Boston. . . . 


_ _ 


Shaw, Charles, 






19 


N. Bridgew'r, . 


Died May 25, '63. 


Scott, John, 1st, . 






33 


Boston, . . . 


Discharged to re-enlist. 


Turnon, Thomas, 






43 


(1 


[May 13, 1863. 


Teevan, George, 






25 


" 




Thomson, Charles, 






44 


New Bedford. . 


[Aug. 1, 1863. 


Taft, Andrew, 






19 


Framingham, . 


Discharged to re-enlist, 


Welsh, Henry, 






40 


Boston. . . . 





This regiment was intended originally to be an Essex County 
regiment, and eight companies were raised for it in that 
county, and were sent to " Camp Lander," Wenham, but 
before it was completed an urgent call was made to forward 
the troops intended for the Banks Expedition. 

Some five hundred men for an Irish regiment had been 
recruited at " Camp Joe Hooker." These men were ordered 
to join the Forty-Eighth and fill it up, and two companies 
were detached from the Forty-Eighth and attached to the 
Fourth, thus completing the organization of the Fourth and 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. ^ 889 

Forty-Eighth. This arrangemeut was made that the Irish 
recruits might serve in the same regiment. Through the 
unmilitary conduct of some of the officers in the Irish com- 
panies dissatisfaction was created, and many of the men 
deserted, but enough were held to complete the Forty-Eighth. 
Mr. O'Brien, a brave and patriotic gentleman was elected 
Lieutenant-Colonel. The officers who created the dissatis- 
faction were dishonorably dismissed the service. This will 
account for the many desertions which appear on the rolls of 
this regiment. Most all of them took place before the regi- 
ment left the State. 

After the consolidation the Forty-Eighth removed to 
" Camp Meigs." From thence it left for New York on the 
27th of December, 1862, to take shipping for New Orleans. 
The regiment embarked on tlie steamer Constellation, on the 
29th, and sailed from New York for Fortress Monroe January 
4th, 1863. After a detention of seven days, the Constellation 
sailed for New Orleans, where it arrived February 1st. On the 
3d, the regiment was tranferred to the steamer New Bruns- 
wick and sent to Baton Rouge, as a part of the First Brigade, 
of the First Division, Major-General Augur, commanding. 
This brigade consisting of the One Hundred and Sixteenth 
New York, the Twenty-First Maine, and the Forty-Eighth and 
Forty-Ninth Massachusetts, was under the command of the late 
Colonel E. P. Chapin, of the One Hundred and Sixteenth New 
York, and was sent to " Camp Banks." 

March 13th, an important reconnoissance was made towards 
Port Hudson. The expedition consisting of the Second Louis- 
iana and the Forty-Eighth Massachusetts, with Godfrey's and 
Magee's cavalry, left Baton Rouge at 2 A. M., and proceeded 
by transports to Springfield Landing. Here the force dis- 
embarked, under the cover of the guns of a portion of the 
fleet of Admiral Farragut. The road leading to the bluif from 
the landing, a distance of about half a mile, was entirely 
under water. Wading through this, in some places up to the 
waists of the men, the order of the march was formed upon 
the bluff, and the expedition proceeded to the juncture of 
Springfield Landing and Bayou Sara roads, and then returned 
to Baton Rouge. The rebel pickets were driven in, but with 
the exception of some skirmishing on the part of the cavalry, 



390 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

no enemy was seen, although at one point our force was within 
five miles of the rebel intrenchments at Port Hudson. The 
object of the expedition was successfully accomplished, and at 
evening we met the head of General Grover's division at 
Montecino Bayou. The next day the regiment formed the 
rear-guard of the baggage train, the whole Nineteenth Corps 
having marched towards Port Hudson, for the purpose of 
making a diversion, while Admiral Farragut attempted to pass 
a portion of his fleet above the batteries. This having been 
accomplished on the part of the Hartford and the Albatross, 
the army was withdrawn, and for a few days went into camp 
at Montecino Bayou. 

On the 20th, the regiment returned to its old camp at Baton 
Rouge. The army, with the exception of the First and Third 
Brigades of General Augur, was transferred to New Orleans 
and Brashear City, preparatory to the campaign in Western 
Louisiana. With this reduction of the force at Baton Rouge, 
the picket line was considerably shortened, and on the 4th of 
April the brigade moved to new quarters in the more thickly 
settled portions of the town. No variation from the usual 
routine of camp duties occurred until the 18th of May, when 
the regiment was ordered to report to Colonel Dudley, then in 
command of the Third Brigade, in camp at Merritt's planta- 
tion. 

On the 21st, the whole force of General Augur having been 
brought together, the line of march was taken for Port Hud- 
son. About ten A. M., a rebel battery at the Plains Store 
opened upon our column, the Third Brigade having the 
advance. This was silenced, and in the afternoon we occupied 
the open ground near the Store. A section of Arnold's battery 
was put upon the road leading directly from the Store into 
Port Hudson, and the Forty-Eighth was taken by General 
Augur to the support of this section, the right of the regiment 
resting in the woods on the right of the road, and the left of 
the regiment on the left of the road, with orders to bivouac 
there for the night. It had hardly taken its position when the 
enemy opened upon it with shot and shell from covered guns. 
The men were ordered to lie down, as Colonel Stone was told 
that the scouts of the One Hundred and Seventy-Fourth New 
York were out on his left flank, and the Illinois cavalry upon 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 391 

his right, and that his position was well secured against sur- 
prise. But while the enemy's guns opened in front, a column 
of infantry passed through the woods to the left, and partially 
to the rear of the Forty-Eighth, and suddenly, with a yell, 
opened a heavy fire of musketry upon it at short range. The 
men surprised by this unexpected attack were thrown into 
some confusion, but soon rallied and fell back to the Plains 
Store. The One Hundred and Sixteenth New York and the 
Forty-Ninth Massachusetts were then ordered into the woods, 
when the enemy drew off towards Port Hudson, and no further 
resistance was made outside of the intrenchments. This was 
the first time the regiment was under fire ; it lost two killed, 
seven wounded, and eleven prisoners. 

While General Augur and General Sherman approached 
from the river below, the first on the Bayou Sara road, 
and the other on the Springfield Landing road, General 
Banks had passed down the Red River, and crossed the Miss- 
issippi above Port Hudson. Communication with General 
Banks was now. established. On Sunday, May 25th, General 
Augur's division moved up from the Plains Store towards the 
intrenchments, but encountered no opposition. The different 
divisions having taken their positions around the intrench- 
ments a general assault was ordered on Wednesday, May 27th. 
A call was made in General Augur's division for volunteers 
to a storming party of two hundred men. From the Forty- 
Eighth ninety-two men volunteered, among whom was Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel O'Brien, four captains, eleven lieutenants, four- 
teen non-commissioned officers, and sixty-three privates. The 
storming party was to precede the line of battle ; one hundred 
men carrying fascines to fill the ditch, and one hundred armed 
to mount the enemy's works. But the nature of the ground 
was such that the storming party and the regiments soon 
became mixed up and made the advance together. In this 
battle the Forty-Eighth lost seven killed and died of their 
wounds, and forty-one wounded. Among those killed was 
Lieutenant-Colonel O'Brien. He fell early in the engagement, 
pierced by a rifle shot, as he turned to cheer forward the 
storming party which he was leading. He was a brave soldier, 
a generous companion and friend, and a true-hearted patriot. 



392 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

His body was taken from the field, and sent to New Orleans, 
where it was interred. 

The regiment, on the 5th of June, was sent to the Plains 
Store for rear-guard duty. On the 13th, it was ordered to 
report to General Dwight, then commanding on the left of our 
line, and on the 14th of June, it formed a part of the 
assaulting column under the command of Colonel Benedict. 
In that engagement the regiment lost two killed and eleven 
wounded. The next day it was ordered back to its brigade 
and shared all the exposure and hardship of the siege. July 
8th, about 2 o'clock A. M., a bugle call for a parley was heard 
coming from the intrenchments. A flag of truce was sent up, 
and soon the offer of capitulation was made. Commissioners 
on the part of the two armies were appointed, and on Thurs- 
day, July 9th, our forces marched into the enemy's works. 
That evening the entire division of General Augur embarked 
on transports and proceeded to Donaldsonville, under the 
command of General Weitzel, General Augur being ill. A 
few miles below the fort, at Donaldsonville, the rebels had 
planted batteries behind the levee, on the west bank, which 
completely cut off all communication with New Orleans. The 
expedition disembarked on the morning of the 10th of July. 
On the 13th instant, an engagement took place between a 
portion of our forces, consisting of the First and Third 
Brigades, under the command of Colonel Dudley, on the right 
side of the Bayou Lafourche, and a detachment of General 
Grover's division, under Colonel Morgan, on the left side of the 
bayou. Our forces moved back from the river some three or 
four miles, when they found the enemy in considerable num- 
bers with artillery. As the orders were not to bring on a 
general engagement, our forces fell back. The detachment on 
the left of the bayou moving back more rapidly than that upon 
the right, exposed Colonel Dudley's men to a flank fire, in 
which it suffered considerably. The loss in the Forty-Eighth 
was three killed and died of their wounds, seven wounded, 
and twenty-three were taken prisoners. All of the latter 
were paroled, and returned to the regiment, except Lieu- 
tenants Wilson and Bassett, who were carried to Texas. The 
enemy soon after retired from the river. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



393 



On Saturday, August 1st, the regiment returned to its camp 
at Baton Rouge, having left it seventy-four days previous, in 
light marching order. 

August 9th, the regiment went aboard the transport Sunny 
South, and on the morning of the 10th sailed for Cairo, where 
it arrived August 17th. The transportation from this point 
to Boston was by railroad, where it arrived on Sunday morning 
August 23d. A furlough was given the men to September 3d, 
when the regiment was mustered out of service at " Camp 
Lander." 



AGGREGATE OF CASUALTIES. 

Killed and died of wounds received in battle, 
Wounded in battle, .... 
Wounded on picket and skirmishing. 
Wounded accidentally, . 
Shot themselves, .... 
Died of disease, .... 



18 

63 

6 

4 

3 

40 



While on the way home, two died ; one from sun-stroke, who 
was buried in Centralia, Illinois, another was thrown from the 
train, and taken up dead, and buried in Mattoon, Illinois. All 
of the sick and wounded came on with the regiment as far as 
Indianapolis. There two were placed in the hospital. At 
Cleveland two more were left, and at Albany, one. 



fio 



394 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



PORTY-inNTH REGIMENT. 



NAMES. 



William F. Bartlett, Colonel, 
Samuel B. Sumner, Lieut. Col., 
Charles T. Plunkett, Ma,jor, 
Benjamin C. Mifflin, Adjutant, 
Henry A. Brewster, Q. Mast'r, 
Frederick Winsor, Surgeon, 
Albert R. Rice, Ass't Surgeon, 
J. B. Reynolds, " " 

Henry J. Wylie, Serg't Major, 
G. E. Howard, Q. M. Serg't, 
H. H. Northrup, Com. Serg't, 
A. J. Morey, Hospital Steward, 

Company A — Pittsfield. 
Israel C. Welter, Captain, . 
George W. Clark, 1st Lieut 
Fred. A. Francis, 1st Lieut 
Fred. A. Francis, 2d Lieut, 
George Reed, 2d Lieut, 
Albert Howe, 1st Sergeant 
Charles P. Adams, Sergeant 
David Greber, " 

Charles J. Hazard, " 
Thomas Beety, " 

Edwin F. Russell, " 
Henry J. Wylie, " 

George E. Howard, " 
John Priestly, Corporal, 
Erastus D. Barnes, " 
George H. Kearn, " 
Lyman J. Read, " 
Michael F. Daly, « 
John B. Scace, " 
James Kittle, " 

W. E. Tillotson, " 
A. A. Grant, " 

Joseph H. Allen, " 
John C. Merry, Musician, 
M. H. Hanley, 
Emile Neuber, Bugler, 
Abbe, Merrick L., 
Aldrich, Cornelius S., 
Bassett, James W., 
Bailey, Julius F., . 
Bailey, William H., 
Bills, llenry, 
Bryce, John, Jr., . 
Buskitt, Willard L., 
Bogard, Robert, . 



28 
27 
27 
23 
25 
18 
23 
18 
28 
20 
22 
22 
34 
2i 
24 
24 
21 
22 
21 
18 
29 
27 
22 
19 
22 
19 
27 
20 
28 
26 
29 
18 
35 
27 



Boston. . 

Gt. Barringt'n 

Pittsfield, 

Boston. . 

Pittsfield, 

Boston. . 

Springfield, 

Concord. 

Pittsfield. 

Lanesbort)' 

Cheshire. 



Pittsfield. 



Gt. Barringt'n 

Pittsfield 

Stockbridge 

Pittsfield 

Hancock 

Pittsfield 

Winchester, 

Pittsfield, 

Lanesboro', 

Pittsfield. 



Hancock, 
Pittsfield, 



Hancock. 
Lanesboro'. 
Pittsfield. 
Lenox. . 
Pittsfield. 



Disc'd Dec. 26, '62. 

Pro. 1st Lt. Dec. 31, '62. 



Disc'd Jan. 22, '63. 

Ap. S. Maj. Sept. 21, '62. 
Ap.Q.M. S. Sept. 21, '62. 



Disch'd Jan. 3, '63. 
" " 22, '63. 

Des'd Oct. 5, '62. 

Disc'd Jan. 22, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



395 



NAMES. 



Company A — Con. 
Brockway, Albert C, 
Burt, Orville D., . 
Brooks, Franklin, 
Bayne, William H., 
Bull, James B., . 
Blake, Frank V., . 
Coleman, Charles A., 
Claman, William, 
Clark, William E., 
Clark, John B., . 
Colt, Merrick R., . 
Daniels, Peter, 
Drew, Timothy, . 
Dunlap, Thomas, . 
Davis, Luther M., 
Ende, Emile, 
Fuller, George W., 
Grawn, Henry, 
Green, Robert A., 
Holland, George A., 
Hall, Thomas E., . 
Hupuagle, Frederick, 
Hortou, Manly H., 
Hubbard, Lewis F., 
Jeyner, Daniel M., 
Jones, Seth R., 
Jones, William, . 
Kimble, John, 
Kendall, Chauncey E., 
Landon, Edwin A., 
LeBarnes, George E., 
Lathrop, Frank V., 
Lewis, Alanson, . 
Marshall, Joseph, . 
Malcomb, Joseph, 
Miller, Henry, 
Marion, Andrew, . 
Marion, Lewis, 
Maxwell, John, . 
McCoy, Martin, . 
Nichols, William, . 
Noble, Samuel G., 
O'Brian, William, 
Packard, John K., 
Piatt, Charles E., . 
Reed, William, . 
Rheel, Henry, 
Ruckstershel, Henry, 
Rairden, Timothy, 
Rairden, Hugh, . 



23 
21 
30 
20 
24 
24 
35 
20 
19 
18 
21 
22 
19 
18 
21 
22 
18 
26 
19 
20 
18 
19 
19 
18 
18 
22 
26 
22 
18 
18 
23 
18 
25 
26 
24 
21 
18 
20 
22 
25 
25 
22 
19 
23 
18 
24 
20 
24 
19 
23 



Hancock. 
Pittsfield. 
Hancock. 
Gt. Barringt'n 
Lenox, . 
Pittsfield, 



Savoy. . 
Pittsfield, 



Hancock. 
Pittsfield. 
Richmond, 
Hancock, 

Pittsfield, 
Lenox, . 
Pittsfield, 



Miss'g act'n July 13, '63. 

Disc'd Jan. 20, '63. 



Kil'd in act'n Hay 27, '63. 



Dis'd Sept. 25, '62. 

Died July 2,1863. 

" May 16, 1863. 

Des'd Dec. 30, '62. 



Desr'd Oct. 29, '62. 
" Dec. 7, '62. 



Died July 14, '63. 



Died of wo'ds Je. 6, '6 



396 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company A— Con. 
Rogers, John, 
Kodgers, Judson B., 
Robbing, Henry M., 
Root, Henry L., . 
Slupka, William, . 
Shenaart, John, 
Swart, John, 
Shaw, William, . 
Tuggay, William, 
Taylor, William, . 
Vanderburg, Charles B. 
Videtto, Charles, . 
Warner, Henry C., 
Watkins, Charles B., 
Watkins, Willard L., 
Wells, Charles H., 
Weise, August, 
Wiedman, John, . 



Company B— Pittsfield. 
Charles R. Garlick, Captain, 
Charles W. KnifFen, 1st Lieut., 
Robert R. Noble, 2d " 

Orton W. Jennings, 1st Serg't., 
Josiah Arnold, Sergeant, 
Alvin F. Bliss, 
Henry S. Burbank, " 
Charles S. Boynton, " 
Henry P. Phelps, Corporal, 
Isaac Hourse, " 

Hiram Burlingham, " 
George M. Wood, " 
Oliver L. Wood, " 

Henry H. Davis, " 

Eugene W. Piercfe, " 
John M. Gamwell, " 
Samuel H. Rossiter, " 
Adams, William K.., 
Arnold, John A., . 
Ashburn, William, 
Arnold, Samuel, Jr., . 
Barnes, Charles H., 
Barrett, George N., 
Bliss, William D., 
Bliss, Robbins K., 
Billings, Almon M., 
Boice, Wildman, . 
Bennett, Samuel H., . 
Bailey, William, . 
Babbitt, William S., 



18 
29 
25 
21 
19 
21 
21 
33 
24 
30 
19 
18 
20 
40 
19 
19 
19 
18 



27 

26 

22 

21 

25 

42 

19 

29 

19 

29 

36 

45 

21 

22 

22 

38 

26 

19 

45 

23 

35 

33 

21 

20 

35 

45 

23 

22 

36 

39 



Pittsfield. 



Hancock. 

Pittsfield. 



Pittsfield. . 
W. Stockbr'ge 
Williamst'wn. 
Becket. . . 
W. Stockbr'ge 
Blandford. . 
Lanesboro'. 
W. Stockbr'ge 
Becket. . . 
Lanesboro'. 



Savoy. . . 
Windsor, . 
W. Stockbr'ge 
Hinsdale, . 
Aust'rlitz,N.Y 
W. Stockbr'ge 
Lanesboro'. 
W. Stockbr'ge 



Lanesboro'. 
Becket. . 
Dalton. . 
Savoy. . 



Died Mar. 20, '63. 
Died April 14, '63. 



Died Mar. 22, '63. 

Kil'din ac'n,May27,'63. 
Died ofw'nds, July 9;'63. 



Disc'd Jan. 7, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



397 



Remarks. 



Company B — Con. 
Belcher, Arnold, . 
Broga, Charles T., 
Brown, George AV., 
Brown, Edwin, 
Beckwith, Charles B., 
Barnes, Araid C, . 
Belcher, Frederick, 
Babbitt, George W., 
Cole, Eussell, 
Cad well, George W., 
Chapman, Araid L., 
Carey, John, 
Collier, Charles, . 
Codding, Ebenezer 
Cornell, James A., 
Carter, George G., 
Clark, Henry R., . 
Codding, Abner D., 
Cook, Charles H., 
Dowley, George, . 
Denslow, Isaac, . 
Fuller, Charles R., 
Furraw, Walter A., 
Fillio, Edmund, . 
Fitzgerald, Garrett, 
Francis, John A., 
Goodell, Myron, . 
Gannan, Thomas, . 
Gleed, William J., 
Griffin, Henry E., 

Green, Thomas, . 
Hamilton, Chester E., 
Hinman, William H., 
Hoofmyer, Simon, 
Hinman, Caleb C, 
Heins, Conratt, 
Hathaway, Alvin H., 
Jordan, James A., 
Lynch, Charles D., 
Lynch, Edwin E., 
Linen, William, . 
Lee, Henry E., 
Leyman, John, 
Middlebrook, Anson L., 
Merchant, William M., 
Markham, Charles, 
Moore, James S., . 
Markham, Alfred, 
Martin, Ezra M., 



24 
25 
20 
27 
19 
21 
21 
32 
35 
20 
19 
21 
46 
29 
23 
27 
37 
36 
21 
20 
40 
19 
25 
19 
22 
27 
21 
19 
20 
36 

38 
24 
32 
35 
23 
39 
23 
37 
23 
19 
19 
38 
19 
19 
41 
22 
21 
19 
23 



New Ashford. 
Becket. . . 

u 

Savoy. . 
Gt.Barrington 
Becket. . . 
New Ashford, 

u 

W. Stockbr'ge 
Becket. . . 

Riehmond. . 

Mch'nicsv'le,N.Y. 

Savoy. . 

Savoy. . . 

Otis. . . . 

Becket, . . 

Savoy, . . 

Flat Brook, K.Y. 

Lanesboro'. 
Becket. . 
Lanesboro'. 
W. Stockbr'ge 
Washington. 
Lanesboro', 
Windsor, . 
Lanesboro'. 
W. Stockbr'ge 
Otis, . . . 
Lanesboro', 



Becket. . . \ 

Richmond. . 
Becket, . . 
Lanesboro', 
Savoy, . . 
New Ashford, 
Richmond. . 



Becket, . 
Lanesboro'. 

u 

W. Stockbr'ge 
Richmond. . 
W. Stockbr'ge 
Richmond. 
Savoy. . 



Died June 10, '63. 
" June 18, '63. 



Died Aug. 23, '63. 
Disc'd Feb. 6, '63. 

Died of w'nds, July 2, '63. 

Died April 22, '63. 



Kil'd in ac'n, May 27,'63. 

Died Aug. 24, '63, 

[Rouge, La. 
Wo'nded & left at Baton 

Died Mar. 27, '63. 

Killed by a rebel Sharp- 
shooter, June 20,'63. 

Disc'd Jan. 8, '63. 



Died Apr. 16, '63. 

Died ofw'nds, Je. 22, '63. 

Disc'd Jan. 17, '63. 
Died April 27, '63. 



398 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



Company B — Con 
Morgan, Wells B., 
Maranville, Arad H., . 
Nichols, Henry C, 
Noonan, Thomas, 
Rossiter, Abram, 
Kossiter, William M., . 
Simmons, Ensign J., . 
Stevens, John, 
Sherman, D wight, 
Stevens, Edward A., . 
Sturtevant, Samuel L., 
Slosson, Frank, . 
Smith, Nathan B., 
Thayer, Rufus L., 
Van Bramer, Albert, . 
Van Valkenburg, Alexandre 
Wheeler, Hosea, . 
Whipple, James L., 
Worden, Gilbert, Jr. . 
Wheeler, Allen H., 
Wilson, Frank, . 
Wentworth, Henry D., 



Company C— Piltsfield. 
Charles T. Plunkett, Captain, 
George E. Lingenfelter, " 
Daniel B. Foster, 1st Lieut., 
William W. Wells, 2d Lieut., 
James N. Strong, " " 
Lewis W. Goddard, 1st Sergeant, 
Crowell H. Brooks, Sergeant, 
Edwin L. Temple, " 
Edward P. Nash, 
John Dwyer, Corporal, 
William H. Cranston, " 
Frank M. Haskins, " 
Emery King, " 

Warren W. Wade, " 

Francis E. Warren, " 

Truman G. Phillips, " 

Edward N. French, " 

Henry H. Northrop, " 

Allen M. Dewey, " 

Albert Griswold, " 

Baker, Robert H., 

Bastianella, James E., 

Bowles, John W., 

Braumwalder, Daniel, 

Bristol, Gilbert A., 

Burnham, Orasties E., 



22 
28 
34 
35 
42 
43 
22 
33 
29 
21 
22 
22 
23 
26 
18 
36 
18 
23 
35 
27 
19 
17 
20 
40 
35 
24 



Richmond, 
Savoy, . . 
Richmond. 
Becket. 
Richmond. 

Washington 
Lanesboro'. 
Becket. . 
Windsor. 
Savoy. . 
Richmond. 
Windsor, 
Becket. . 
Richmond. 
Windsor, 
W. Stockbr' 
Becket. 



ge 



Washington, 
Windsor, . 



Pittsfield, 

Cheshire. 
Pittsfield, 

a 

Cheshire. 
Lenox. . 
Cheshire. 
Hinsdale. 

u 

Pittsfield. 

u 
Cheshire. 
Lenox. . 
Hinsdale. 
Cheshire. 
Peru, 
Cheshire, 
Pittsfield, 
Dalton, . 
Pittsfield. 
u 

Hinsdale. 
Pittsfield. 
Cheshire. 
Dalton. . 



Died Nov. 26, '62. 
" July 26, '63. 



Died Feb. 17, '63. 



Disch'd Jan. 9, '63. 
DIsc'dJan. 17,'63. 



Died Nov. 15, '62. 
Disc'd Jan. 8, '63. 

Died of wo'ds Ma. 30,'63. 



Pro'd to Maj. Kov.10,'62. 



[Jan. 24, 1863. 
Dischar'd for disability, 



[May 10, 1863. 
Dischar'd for disability, 
Ap'd C'y-S't, Sep. 23, '62. 
Died March 23, 1863. 
Killed in action, May 27, 
[1863. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



399 



NAMES. 


t 
< 


Besidence. 


Bemarks 


Company C — Con. 








Brown, Addison W., 


40 


Dalton. . . 


[for disabUlty. 


Brown, John L., 


35 


Cheshire, 




Dlschar'd March 18, '63, 


Campbell, Henry J., . 




39 


Pittsfield. . 






Clark, Alvin M., 


, 


33 


Hinsdale. 




_ _ 


Connor, Timothy, 






25 


u 




_ _ 


Cook, John L., 






33 


u 




_ _ 


Cummings, Norman, 






18 


Cheshire. 




[July 21, 1863. 


Camp, John R., . 






21 


Pittsfield, 




Discharged to re-enlist. 


Cainsey, Eugene, 






32 


Cheshire, 




Desr'd Dec. 7, '62. 


Downs, Edson, 






20 


(( 




_ _ 


Dudley, Charles, . 






24 


Pittsfield. 




_ _ 


Edwards, Albert L., 






21 


Peru. 




_ i. 


Farley, Matthew, 






18 


Hinsdale. 




_ _ 


Farling, Hiram, 






21 


Lenox. . 




_ _ 


Fay, Sedgwick N., 






40 


Hinsdale. 




^ _ 


Fields, George W., 






17 


Dalton. 




_■ _ 


Farrall, Lawrence, 






25 


Hinsdale, 




Des'd Dec. 3, '62. 


Gallup, Henry C, 






23 


Dalton. 




— _ 


Hodge, George H., 






22 


<i 




_ _ 


Hummell, John W., 






27 


Hinsdale. 




_ _ 


Jaques, William S., 






28 


Cheshire. 




_ _ 


Johns, Henry T., 






34 


Hinsdale. 




_ _ 


Jones, Abel, 






35 


Cheshire. 




_ 


Kelley, Henry, 






20 


Dalton. 




_ _ 


Kittredge, Frederick, 






39 


Hinsdale. 




« _ 


Knight, John N., . 






18 


Cheshire. 




_ _ 


Knox, Francis M., 






21 


Pittsfield. 




r.TflTi n 1 RM 


Kittredge, William C, 






43 


Lee, . . 




t.uaii. 11, loDO. 

Dlschrg'd for disability. 


Lee, John H., 






18 


Pittsfield. 




— — 


Loomis, William E., 






23 


Cheshire. 




[Jan. 11, 1863. 


Leland, Waldo C, 






18 


Hinsdale, 




Dlschar'd for disability. 


Merry, Henry N., 






25 


Pittsfield. 




- 


Mason, Homer 0., 






23 


Cheshire. 




— — 


Mattison, Micah G., 






34 


Adams. . 




- _ 


McCann, Peter, . 






20 


Cheshire. 




_ _ 


McCarty, John, . 






44 


Washingtor 


1. . 


- - 


McDonald, John, . 






23 


Cheshire. 




— _ 


Merry, Edward F., 






21 


Pittsfield. 




- - 


Moore, Henry, 






28 


t( 




- - 


Murray, Octave, . 






18 


Dalton, . 




[May 10, 1863. 


Mack, Lyman, 






39 


Hinsdale, 




Dischar'd for disability. 


Mallaly, James, . 






18 


Cheshire, 




Dlschar'd for disability. 


Newton, Isaac J., . 






18 


Lenox. . 




[June 5, 1863. 


Noble, John, 






34 


Hinsdale. 




_ _ 


Olin, John H., . 






21 


Cheshire. 




- 


Olinger, Charles, . 






19 


Pittsfield, 




Desr'd Dec. 10, '62. 


Parsons, Harlan P., 






18 


Peru. . 




- 


Pierce, Benjamin F., 






42 


<i 




[1863. 


Parker, Theron F., 






19 


Lenox, . 




Killed in action, June U, 


Root, Erastus P., . 






34 


Cheshire. 




" 



400 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company C— Con. 
Scott, Thomas A., 
Silk, Michael, 
Stetson, IJorman N., . 
Sturtevant, Hezekiah AV., 
Stevens, Jos. 
Stowell, Henry E., 
Smith, Alexander, 
Stowell, William W., . 
Stelfax, William, . 
Smith, Henry, 
Tifft, Samuel W., 
Tilton, Thurston, . 
Tower, Cyrus E., . 
Tucker, Edward A., . 
Wade, Benjamin D., . 
Wells, John H., . 
Wilcox, Rennsalaer H., 
Wells, Albert W., 



Company D— Great Barrington. 
Samuel B. Sumner, Captain, 
Samuel J. Chaffee, _ " 
Joseph Tucker, 1st Lieut, . 
Samuel J. Chaffee, 2d Lieut., 
Henry G. Morey, 2d 
Thomas Siggens, 2d " 

William S. Gilbert, 1st Sergeant, 
James K. Parker, Sergeant, 
Elias H. Murray, " 

Henry W. Mansir, " 

Guy C. Eay, 

Edward Toby, Corporal, 
William Odenwaldt, " 
Henry E. Fowler, " 
Henry E. Tucker, " 
Henry A. Bristol, " 
John W. Evans, 
John A. Dresser, ". 

Thomas Hughes, " 

Lewis Ward, " 

Horatio E. Murray, Musician, 

James Van Deusen, " 

Adams, James H., 

Andrews, George A., 

Bailey, Alpheus H., 

Beach, Mills S., . 

Bills, George, 

Brett, Charles W., 

Broderick, Michael, 

Broderick, Morris, 



18 
23 
32 
29 
18 
46 
19 
19 
24 
22 
18 
30 
19 
20 
24 
21 
34 



37 Cheshire, 



33 

30 

30 

30 

25 

35 

22 

20 

27 

24 

42 

29 

29 

35 

24 

22 

25 

26 

20 

26 

19 

19 

43 

26 

39 

20 

19 

20 

23 

19 



Cheshire. 



Hinsdale. 

a 

Lenox, . 
Peru, 

Pittsfield, 

1.1 

Cheshire. 



Dalton. . 
Lenox. . 
Cheshire. 
Dalton. . 



[March 10, 1863. 
Disobavg'd for disability. 

Died March 28,'63. 

" July 2, 1863. 

Killed Dec. 7, '62. 

Desr'dSept.23,'62. 



Gt.Barrington, 



Lee. ... 
Gt. Barrington 



Lee. . . . 
Pittsfield. . 
Lenox. . . 
Gt.Barrington 



Lee. . . . 
Gt. Barringt'n 



Monterey. . 
Gt. Barringt'n 
Monterey. . 
Lenox. . . 



[Jan. 9, 1863. 
Dischar'd for disability, 



Promoted to Lieut. Col., 
[Nov. 10, 1862. 

Pro. Capt. Nov. 17, 1862. 

Disc'd April 7, '63. 



[Jan. 24, 1863. 
Disoharg'd for disability. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



401 



NAMES. 


6 

bo 
< 


Kesidence. 


marks. 


Company D — Con. 








Bump, William E., . . . 


30 


Gt. Barringt'n. 


- - 


Burghardt, John W., . 


23 


u 


Died Aug. 27, '63. 


Brainard, Albert M., . 


24 


u 


[Dec. 8, 18H2. 


Bangs, Charles G., . . . 


29 


Lenox, . . . 


Dischar'd for disability, 


Barry, Morris, .... 


25 


Lenox, . . . 


Desr'd Dec. 2, '62. 


Bills, Samuel G., .... 


21 


Gt. Barringt'n, 


Died May 18, '63. 


Bracken, Mark, .... 


32 


Alford, . . . 


KU'dinact'nMay27,'63. 


Campion, John, .... 


19 


Gt. Barringt'n, 


_ _ 


Church, Charles G., . 


27 


li. 


- _ 


Coffing, Charles F., . 


22 


u 


- 


Chapin, Clarence C, . 


21 


u 


- 


Come, Peter, .... 


38 


Lenox. . . . 


- - 


Conners, Thomas, 


41 


u 


_ _ 


Curtis, James H., . . . 


27 


u 


— — 


Comstock, Artemas A., 


19 


Gt. Barringt'n, 


Died July 18, 1863. 


Bearing, Marcus A., . 


23 


u 


- 


Decker, Milo, 


32 


(( 


- 


Devaney, Patrick, 


35 


u 


- 


Donahoe, John, 


38 


u 


— _ 


Deland, Frederick, Jr., 


19 


u 


- — 


French, Charles H., 


20 


(1 


- _ 


Fitzgerald, John W., . 


20 


a 


Died May 18, '63. 


Godson, John, .... 


22 


Lenox, . . . 


" Nov. 20, '62. 


Harmon, Franklin W., 


22 


Gt. Barringt'n, 


" Aug. 27, '63. 


Hecox, David, .... 


21 


u 


- _ 


Hubbard, Edwin, Jr., . 


23 


ii. 


_ _ 


Hunt, William, .... 


20 


Lenox. . . . 


- _ 


Hennesey, Thomas, 


23 


Gt. Barringt'n, 


Kil'd in act'n ,May 27, '63. 


Kolbe, George, .... 


28 


<( 


Died April 18, '63. 


Latham, Almorin S., . 


28 


a 


- - 


Latham, Sydney H., . 


25 


a 


- 


Lewis, Horace H., 


39 


it 


_ _ 


Loop, Arthur A., ... 


20 


u 


- - 


Luddington, Edwin C:, 


28 


li 


_ _ 


Luddington, Charles B., 


20 


<( 


- - 


Luddington, Henry W., 


25 


Li 


- 


Luka, Henry, 


44 


" 


- 


Loring, Lyman A., 


36 


U 


- 


Luddington, James, 


35 


a 


Des'd Dec. 29, '62. 


Mc Curdy, Robert H., . 


24 


Alford. . . ." 


- 


Mullaney, James, 


26 


Gt. Barringt'n. 


- - 


McGowen, James, 


19 


u 


- 


Morse, Benjamin F., . 


23 


Lee 


- _ 


Moore, Richard H., . 


30 


Gt. Barringt'n. 


- 


McGrath James, .... 


36 


(I 


Dsrt'd Oct. 28, '62. 


Nettleton, Dwight S., . 


21 


ti 


_ 


Newmaster, Henry, 


30 


a 


Dis. disab'y, May 22, '63. 


Parsons, Edwin W., 


21 


Lenox. . . . 


— - 


Parsons, William H., . 


22 


14 


_ _ 


Phillips, James P., 


82 


Gt. Barringt'n. 


— - 



51 



402 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company J)-^Con. 
Ramsey, Legrand, 
Ryan, John, 
Reynolds, Mills, . 
Seymour, James A., 
Seymour, Enos, . 
Shelly, Benjamin, 
Shook, Edwin H., 
Shutts, Clarence W., 
Steinhardt, Antoine, 
Thomas, John, 
Warner, Albert S., 
Wilcox, Bradford 15., 
Wilcox, Henry F., 
Winchell, John, . 
Winters, Henry, . 
Weyants, Charles, 
Wilcox, Isaac V., 
Yager, George, . 



Company E— Sheffield. 
Horace D. Train, Captain, . 
Robert T. Sherman, 1st Lieut., 
H. Dwight Sisson, 2d Lieut., 
Moses H. Tuttle, 1st Sergt., 
David K. Stannan, Sergt., 
Marcus M. Schutt, " 
Loren P. Keyes, " 

George L. Parsons. " 
Eugene J. Judd, " 

Edwin L. Booth, Corporal, 
Dwight Boardman, " 
Warren G. Kames, " 
Joseph H. Moore, " 
Charles O. Demas, " 
George W. Palmer, " 
George Palmentier, " 
Frederick K. Arnold, " 
Edward E. Ensign, " 
Robert L. Taft, " 

William J. Kamer, " 
Lyman Gorham, " 

Ebenezer S. Hinman, Wagoner, 
Henry L. Holmes, Musician, 
Adams, Harris D., 
Amstead, William, 
Brignal, Claudius, 
Brannan, Luke, . 
Brayne, Jonathan, 
Brennison, Charles, 
Brett, Alonzo W., 



19 
22 
19 
21 
45 
31 
31 
20 
20 
25 
21 
31 
29 
33 
36 
39 
21 
37 



40 
25 
25 
23 
25 
22 
24 
23 
22 
35 
26 
21 
27 
31 
22 
19 
18 
20 
21 
22 
37 
45 
19 
30 
20 
24 
23 
21 
20 
19 



Gt. Barringt'n. 
Gt. Barringt'n, 



Alford. . . 
Gt. Barringt'n 
Lenox. . . 
Gt. Barringt'n, 



Sheffield. . 
Gt. Barringt'n 

a 

Egremont, . 



Sheffield. . 
Egremont. . 
New M'rlboro' 
Sheffield. . 
New M'rlboro' 
Mt.W'shingt'n 
New M'rlboro', 
Sheffield. . 
Egremont, . 
New M'rlboro' 
Sheffield. . 
Egremont. . 
N'w Marlboro'. 
Sheffield. . 
N'w Marlboro', 
Egremont. . 
Sheffield. . 



Egremont, . 

Sheffield, . 



N'w Marlboro', 
Sheffield. . 
Egremont. . 
N'w Marlboro' 
Egremont. . 
Sheffield. . 
N'w Marlboro', 



Desr'd Oct. 28, '62. 

KU'd in act'n May 27,'63. 



Dsrt'd Dec. 8, '62. 

Died April 21, '63. 

" Aug. 13, '63. 



Pro'd Oct. 17, 18G2, to 2d 
[Lt. Co. K. 



Dis'd Dec. 30, '62. 

" Jan. 23, '63. 

" Mar. 11, '63. 
Died April 24, '63. 

" June 1, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

» 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continu ed. 



403 



Company E — Con. 
Callender, George E., 
Campbell, Levi, . 
Chapin, Alva W., 
Chapin, Norman C, 
Chapin, Edwin W., 
Clark, Amos W., . 
Clark, Wilbur, 
Cowles, Albert N., 
Carroll, Henry M., 
Clark, George W., 
Collins, Thomas, . 
Decker, George, . 
Fenny, Albert, 
Fogarty, William, 
Fooley, Dennis, . 
Ford, John J., 
Foote, Bradford C, 
Garland, Owen, . 
Harford, Nicolas, 
Hatch, William H., 
Hedger, Libbeus, . 
Hewens, Sylvester J., 
Hinton, John E., . 
Hyde, Henry D., 
Hewens, Horatio L., 
Hollenbeck, Norman H. 
Jackson, John, 
Joyner, Elbert S., 
Joyner, Herbert C, 
Lawson, Horace W., 
Lawrence, William H., 
Lee, Curtis, . 
Little, Asahel, 
Little, Frank, 
Loomis, Albert H., 
Loring. James B., 
Lindsey, Lyman, . 
McCarty, Michael, 
McCormick, John, 
Maxwell, William, 
Miller, Jeremiah, . 
Murphy, William, 
MuUaly, Thomas, 
O'Brien, John O., 
Palmer Henry W., 
Parsons, Albert H., 
Patterson, David C, 
Platz, John, . 
Reapy, John, 
Root, Gideon, 



18 
26 
19 
27 
30 
25 
23 
28 
28 
20 
18 
21 
32 
21 
2i 
21 
26 
21 
44 
45 
32 
26 
45 
18 
23 
21 
35 
20 
25 
39 
32 
25 
19 
34 
28 
19 
22 
31 
34 
23 
25 
27 
18 
37 
20 
21 
33 
22 
34 
42 



Sheffield. . 

Mt. Washington 

N'w Marlboro' 
Sheffield. . 



N'w Marlboro- 
Sheffield, . 
N'w Marlboro' 
Egremont. . 
Sheffield. . 

N'w Marlboro' 
Sheffield. . 

Mt. Washington. 

N'w Marlboro' 
Egremont. . 
Sheffield. . 



N'w Marlboro' 
Sheffield, . 
Egremont, . 
Sheffield. . 

Gt. Barringt'n 

Mt. Washington. 

Sheffield. . 



N'w Marlboro 
Egremont. . 



Sheffield, . 
N'w Marlboro 
Egremont. . 

Sheffield. . 
Egremont. . 
Sheffield. . 



Disch'd Feb. 6, '63. 
Died Aug. 8, 1863. 
Des'rd Dec. 4, '63. 



Disch'd May 8, '68. 



Kil'din act'nMay 27,'63. 

Died June 12, '63. 



Died Mar. 23, '63. 



Died July 23, '63. 
Disc'dDec. 30,'62. 



404 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company E — Con. 
Rombach, Milton, 
Rhoades, Christopher, 
Rhoades, Henry D., 
Sage, George W., 
Seeley, Dwight, . 
Slater, Samuel, . 
Smith, Alva M., . 
Smith, Maloy J., . 
Stannan, Edwin R., 
Stevens, George H., 
Stevens, John J., - 
Thatcher, Charles F., 
Targeon, Charles, 
Van Deusen, Levi, 
Van Deusen, Ezra, 
Ward, Jabez C, . 
Webb, Daniel G., 
Webb, James H., . 
Wilbur, William, . 
Williams, Charles K., 
Winters, William E., 
Webster, Nelson, . 
Winchell, Norman C, 



Company F— Lee. 
Benjamin A. Morey, Captain, 
Edson T. Dresser, 1st Lieut., 
George H. Sweet, 2d " 
John Doolittle, 2d " 

Myron Nichols, 1st Sergeant, 
Albert P. Silva, 1st " 
C. Luther Nettleton, Sergeant, 
Thomas Back, " 

Andrew J. Flint, " 

William H. Palmer, Corporal, 
Henry S. May, " 

Lucius W. Wright, " 

Charles H. Vidette, " 

George T. Bradley, " 

Thomas Steadman, " 

Charles J. Townsend " 
Nelson M. Case, " 

Alexander, George W., 
Blake, Horace W., 
Bigelow, Alfred S., 
Barnes, George L., 
Barnes, Theo., 
Babcock, Collins H., 
Bradley, Edward R., 
Clary, Robert E., . 



20 
25 
21 
18 
26 
23 
18 
27 
20 
43 
20 
28 
37 
21 
27 
26 
42 
23 
25 
18 
22 
20 
19 



44 
23 
19 
26 
26 
27 
28 
39 
21 
37 
44 
28 
19 
25 
24 
18 
22 
44 
19 
28 
24 
18 
30 
27 
35 



Sheffield . . 
N'w Marlboro', 



Sheffield. . 

Mt. Washington. 

N'w Marlboro' 
Sheffield. . 



Sheffield. . 
Egremont. . 
N'w Marlboro' 
Egremont. . 

N. Marlboro'. 
Sheffield. . 

Egremont. . 
N. Marlboro'. 
Sheffield. . 



Lee. . . . 
Stockbridge. 
Tyringham, 
Monterey. . 
Otis, . . . 
Lee. . . . 
Stockbridge. 
Lenox. . . 
Otis. . . , 
Stockbridge. 



Lee. . . 

Tyringham 

Lee. . . 

Tyringham, 

Monterey. 

Sandisfield, 

Monterey. 

Tyringham 



Hinsdale 
Stockbridse 



Died June 12, '63. 
" Aug., 1863. 



Died July, 1863. 

Drowned Aug. 10, 1863. 



Died Feb. 20, '63. 
Des'd Oct. 13, '62. 



[Dec. 26, 1862. 

Dischar'd for disability, 

[tliecars, Aug.21, 1863. 

Killed accidentally on 



Died April 25, '63. 



Kil'din ac'n, Jul/ 13,'63. 



1864.]- 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



405 



NAMES. 



Company F — Con. 
Cooper, George W., 
Comstock, George H., 
Caffrey, James, . 
Curtain, Carl, 
Crosby, John, 
Curtis, Miles H., . 
Downs, Isaac B., . 
Day, Henry A., . 
Dambose, Henry, 
Fuller, Wells, . 
Fay, Linus S., 
Fargo, Waldo A., 
Gardiner, Henry J., 
Gillmer, Levi H., . 
Greene, Henry C, 
Gibbs, Sheldon E., 
Gay, Charles A., . 
Harmon, Moses, . 
Hall, Peter, . 
Hunt, Rufus, 
Heath, Franklin, . 
Heath, Addison B., 
Horton, Benjamin G., 
Haskell, David, . 
Harrington, Henry E,., 
Huggins, Merritt S., 
Hulet, Orin, 
Harris, Addison J., 
Horton, Charles H., 
Johnson, Albert, . 
Jones, Henry R., , 
Judd, Thomas M., 
Kellogg, Lucian F., 
Knapp, Henry A., 
Lawless, John, 
Lynch, John D., . 
Lamont, Daniel, . 
Latham, Watson C, 
Lynch, Charles L., 

May, George P., . 
Morgan, William, 
Morse, Elijah M.,. 
Morey, Albert J., 
Nettleton, Albert C, 
Norton, Willis K., 
O'Neill, John, . 
O'Brien, Dennis, . 
Olds, Moi ton, 
Pearle, William N., 



19 
21 
44 
18 
24 
26 
44 
23 
25 
30 
25 
20 
20 
18 
19 
28 
18 
27 
20 
20 
29 
25 
24 
28 
IS 
18 
40 
18 
21 
19 
33 
22 
28 
28 
32 
18 
33 
31 
29 

18 
26 
27 
18 
33 
18 
42 
28 
18 
25 



Stockbrldge 
Lee. . . . 
Stockbrridge 
Tyringham. 
Stockbridge, 
Monterey, 
Otis. . . 
II ^ ^ 

France, . 

Stockbridge 

Otis. . . 

Monterey, 

Tyringham 

Monterey, 

Otis. . . 

Chicopee, 
Monterey. 
Blandford. 
Otis. . . 
Tyringham, 

Stockbridge 
Otis. . 
Lee. . 
Otis. . 
Lee. ■ 
Otis. . 
Stockbridge, 



Monterey. . 
Stockbridge 
Otis, . . . 
Stockbridge 
Richmond. . 
W. Stockbr'ge 
Otis. . . . 



Stockbridge. 
Otis. . . . 



Lee, . . . 
Stockbridge. 
Otis, . . . 
Stockbridge. 

Sandisfield, 
Otis, . . . 



Desr'd Nov. 14,'62. 

Died May 2, '63. 

Died Aug 3, 1863. 

Died April 21, '63. 
Desr'd Dec. 22,'62. 



Disch'd Jan. 7, '63. 



DIsch'd Jan. 7, '63. 



Disc'd Nov. 8, '62— fur- 
[nished substitute. 



Died July 24, '63. 

App. H. Stew.,Nov.8,'62. 

Disc'd Mar. 13, '63. 
Disc'd Mar. 13, '63. 



406 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 




Company i^— Con. 
Perr3', Edward ¥., 
Pomroy, Curtis, . 
Peck, Solomon E., 
Potter, George B., 
Palmer, Franklin A., 
Pomeroy, Mosley, 
Street, Oscar D., . 
Spoor, Albert J., . 
Sperry, Harmon, . 
Sprague, Charles, 
Sargeant, John E., 
Steadman, James S., 
Steadman, Henry C, 
Steadman, Edward W. 
Thompson, Marcus A., 
Twining, Silas, 
Twining, Eleazer, 
Underwood, Henry M., 
Williams, George R., 
Wilson, Scott W., 
Wood, Harlan P., 
Wright, Henry W., 
Whipple, Edgar O., 
Wheelock, Harlon A., 
Woods, William, . 
Young, James S., 



Company Gr— Nortli Adams. 
Francis W. Parker, Captain, 
Robert B. Harvie, 1st Lieut., 
Henry M. Lyons, 2d " . 
George Southwick, 1st Sergeant, 
David W. Torrey, Sergeant, 
George M. Lyons, " 
Dana W. Noyes, " 

Robert P. Norbody, " 
Henry A. Glazier, Corporal, 
Charles Waters, " 

Oscar H. Marsh, " 

Erwin Garlick, " 

Edward Davis, " 

Henry C. Crandall, " 
Albert H. Upton, " 

Lubreski Towler, " 

John W. Nelson, " 

Adams, John W., 
Avery, Joseph, 
Aldrich, Augustine, 
Babcock, Henry W., . 
Bennett, Samuel B., 



19 
24 
33 
18 
19 
18 
27 
25 
43 
25 
27 
21 
26 
18 
21 
19 
38 
22 
27 
18 
20 
21 
32 
20 
38 
18 



27 
21 
23 
33 
23 
25 
23 
21 
26 
26 
20 
25 
21 
20 
19 
21 
24 
28 
22 
23 
26 
25 



Monterey. . 

(( 

Lenox. . . 

Lee. . . . 
Stockbrldge, 
Monterey, . 
Lee. . . . 
Stockbridge. 
Monterey. . 
Otis. . . . 
Stockbridge. 
Lee. . . . 
Sandisfield. 
Tyringham. 
Otis. . . . 
Sandisfield. 

Sandisfield. 

Stockbridge. 

Tyringham. 

Sandisfield. 

Monterey. . 

Stockbridge. 

Tyringham. 

Chicopee, . 

Tyringham. 



N. Adams. . 
Williamst'wn. 
S. Adams. . 
N. Adams. . 
Williamst'wn, 
S. Adams. . 
Williamst'wn. 
N. Adams. 
S. Adams. 



Adams. . 

N. Adams. 
S. Adams. 
Williamst'wn. 

N. Adams. . 
S. Adams. . 
Clarksburg, 
S. Adams. . 



[nishe.d substitute. 
Disc'd Jan. 7, '63.— fur- 
Died Aug. 12, '63. 



Desr'd Oct. 10, '62. 



Desr'd Nov. 14,'62. 



Desr'd Dec. 3, '62. 
Died July 22, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. loor 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



407 



Company G — Con. 
Brown, Henry N., 
Brown, Walter S., 
Briggs, Jerome N., 
Beebe, Zebulon, . 
Card, Franklin, . 
Cox, Seymour W., 
Cobleigh, Edward, 
Cheesbro', Dwight, 
Cheesbro', Chad., 
Clark, Daniel D., . 
Cligg, Jerome L., . 
Crosier, William, . 
Clark, George S., 
Cheesbro, Albert W., 
Cheesbro, Alfred, 
Courtney, John, . 
Calwell, Riley, 
Curley, Patrick, . 
Cartwright, Charles G., 
Daniels, Lucien A., 
Darmon, Wallace B., 
Dodge, George W., 
Dalrymple, Orson, 
Dillworth, Dennis, 
Estes, Benjamin, . 
Fern, Patrick, 
Gove, Franklin, . 
Green, William, . 
Gray, Walter S., . 
Galusha, John, 
Hillard, John, 
Hermon, Charles B., 
Howland, Edmund, 
Hikox, Samuel, . 
Hussey, James, . 
Ingraham, Edwin, 
Leonard, John M., 
Martindale, Merritt, 
McGue, John, 
Murphy, Thomas, . 
Montgomery, William H., 
Miller, William, . 
May, Henry H., . 
Maynard, Wells G., 
Noyes, John W., . 
Niles, Benedict, . 
Ormsbee, Almon F., 
Porter, Levi M., 
Parsons, Warren, . 
Quackenbush, John, 



21 
18 
24 
41 
19 
27 
20 
21 
18 
20 
29 
21 
20 
20 
20 
18 
21 
23 
20 
19 
22 
21 
33 
18 
25 
22 
20 
30 
28 
21 
38 
18 
21 
19 
18 
18 
19 
19 
18 
22 
21 
24 
24 
39 
19 
29 
18 
19 
23 
18 



S. Adams. 



Williamst'wn, 



N. Adams. 



Florida. . 
Savoy. . 

S. Adams. 



Williamst'wn. 

S. Adams. . 
N. Adams. . 



S. Adams. . 
N. Adams. . 

S. Adams. . 
Williamst'wn. 
S. Adams. . 
N. Adams, . . 
S. Adams. . 
Williamst'wn. 

Williamst'wn. 

S. Adams. . 



Williamst'wn. 

N. Adams, . 
Williamst'wn, 

u 

Clarksburg, 
S. Adams. . 
Florida. . . 
Clarksburg, 
Adams. . . 



Died Aug. 5, '63. 



Died May 15, '63. 



Desr'd Oct. 4, '62. 



Dis. disab'yi Jan. 8, '63. 
" " Jan. 8, '63. 

Died June 22, '63. 



408 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continu ed. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


6 
< 


Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company (?— Con. 








Eeed, William t., 


42 


Williamst'wn. . 


— 


Eeed, Albert W., . 






19 


u 


- -^ 


Eobinson, Stephen P., . 






28 


11 


- 


Raymond, Edwin H., 






21 


S. Adams. . . 


- - 


Reynolds, John F., 






18 


ii, 


- 


Reynolds, Michael, 






18 


S. Adams. . . 


- - 


Robertson, Francis G., 






19 


Adams. . . . 


- - 


Rosevelt, Isaac, . 






20 


N. Adams. . . 


- 


Ray, Daniel, 
Ryan, Michael, . 






25 


Adams. . . . 


- — 






25 


N. Adams, • . 


Desr'dNov.80,'62. 


Sampson, Whitcomb, 






35 


a 


- - 


Southwick, Daniel W., 






35 


Clarksburg. 


- 


Stockings, James, 






18 


S. Adams. . . 


-■ 


Sheldon, Horace M., 






21 


u 


- - 


Smith, Albert H., 






19 


Florida. . . 


- 


Smedley, Edward G., 






18 


Willlamstown. 


- 


Sweat, Elijah B., 






24 


a 


- - 


Sweat, Thomas J., 






26 


u 


Died May 6, '63. 


Snooks, James, . 






18 


LongIsl.,N.Y., 


Dis. disab'y, Jan. 8, '63. 


Smith, George, 






21 


Wiliiamstown, 


Desr'dJan.17,'63. 


Tower, Edwin 0., 






31 


S. Adams. . . 


_ _ 


Torrey, Chauncey E., 






18 


Wiliiamstown. 


- 


Wilton, William A., 






18 


N. Adams. . . 


- — 


Wilbur, Charles A., 






23 


Clarksburg. . 


- 


White, Harrison, 






19 


Wiliiamstown. 


- 


Weeks, George, 






31 


S. Adams, . . 


Dis. for disab'y Jan.8,'63. 


Wood, Ira, . 






20 


N. Adams, 


U il 


Company H— Pittsfleld 










Augustus V. Shannon, Captain, . 


25 


Lee 


- 


Burton D. Deming, 1st Lieut., 


31 


Sandisfield, 


Kirdinac'nMay27, '63. 


DeWitt S. Smith, 2d Lieut, 


22 


Lee 


[shooter, June 23, 1863. 


Joseph B. Wolcott, 1st Sergeant, . 


24 


Sandisfield, 


Killed by a rebel sharp- 


Chauncey T. Bliss, " 


40 


Lee 


- 


Mills J. Bosworth, Sergeant, 


22 


" 


- — 


Gustavus A. Phelps, " 


19 


u 


- 


Albert Hitchcock, " 




19 


Sandisfield. 


- 


Nathan Taylor, " 




28 


" 


- 


Amos Whittaker, Corporal, 




26 


Lenox. . . . 


- 


Elizur Bliss, " 




19 


Lanesboro'. 


- - 


Julius P. Couch, " 




26 


Sandisfield. 


- 


Porter H. Sears, " 




28 


u 


- 


William Hess, " 




37 


Lee 


- 


William Deming, " 




24 


Sandisfield, 


Died Feb. 8, '63. 


Henry Spring, " 




21 


Tolland, . . 


Desr'dNov.28,'62. 


George S. Baker, Bugler, 




33 


Lee 


- - 


John McGinty, Musician, 




19 


u 


^ 


Allen, Franklin, . 




28 


Sandisfield. 


- - 


Alexander, Austin, 




18 


a 


- 


Allen Albert, 




22 


Sandisfield, 


Kil'dina(j'nMay27,'63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



409 



Company H — Con. 
Burke, Dennis, 
Bliss, Henry J., . 
Bower, Lawrence, 
Brown, Walter S., 
Brown, A. W., 
Belden, Alfred, . 
Beach, Henry L., 
Cady, George, 
Cline, George, 
Calkins, Jesse H., 
Clary, Robert E., 
Cheesbro, Alfred H., 
Cheesbro, Albert W., 
Carroll, John, 
Dil worth, Dennis, 
Doton, John, 
Dennison, Luke S., 
Daniels, Michael, 
Earles, Frederick, 
Fuller, William P., 
Foote, Alphonzo, 
Fosdick, James H., 
Gregory, George, 
Green, William, 
Hills, John F., 
Hogan, William, 
Howland, Edward, 
Heath, Alvin, 
Ingersoll, Eugene L., 
Keough, Michael, 
Knickerbocker, George, 
Loomis, Harvey, 
Madden, James, 
Maxfield, Samuel, 
Merrill, Samuel, . 
McNamara, Andrew, 
Munson, Miles, . 
Mullaley, James, . 
Norton, Thomas, . 
Northway, John, . 
O'Donnell, Michael T. 
Osborn, George, . 
Obey, Alexander, 
Parsons, Harvey, 
Pratt, George F., 
Parsons, Warren, 
Quackenbush, John, 
Richardson, Charles N.. 
Richards, James M., 
Rowe, Homer, 



27 
35 
17 
18 
40 
20 
23 
19 
18 
28 
35 
20 
20 
21 
18 
25 
45 
25 
25 
22 
21 
33 
23 
30 
27 
33 
21 
45 
19 
18 
21 
26 
35 
26 
27 
22 
20 
18 
19 
19 
18 
31 
26 
21 
22 
23 
18 
25 
43 
26 



Lee. 



Lee. . . 

S. Adams, 
Dalton, . 
Sandisfield. 
Lee, . . 



Alford. . 
Stockbridge 
N. Adams, 



N. Adams, 



Lee, . . 
Albany, N. 
Gt. Barring 
Lee. . . 



Sandisfield. 
Lee. . . 
N. Adams, 
Pittsfield. 
Lenox. . 
S. Adams, 
Sandisfield 
Lee, . . 



Lee. . . 
Sandisfield 



Gt. Barringt'n 
Lee. . . . 
Sandisfield. 
Lee. . . . 



Sandisfield, 



Clarksburg, 
Adams, . . 
Sandisfield. 



Lee. 



Tr. to Co. G, Dec. 31, '62. 
" Co. C, Dec. 31, '62. 

Disc'd May 12, '63. 

Diedofw'd3,June3, '63. 



Tr.to Co. F.Dec. 31, '62. 
" Co. G, Dec. 31, '62. 

" 48th Mass. Ap.1,'63. 
" Co. G, Dec. 31, '62. 
" Co. K, Dec. 31, '63. 

Disch'd Jan. 1,'63. 

Dis'd (about) May 12,'&3. 



Tr. to Co. G, Dec. 31, '62. 

Tr.to Co. G.Dec. .'51, '62. 
KiI'dinac'nMay2T, '63. 



Tr. to Co. C, Dec. 31, '62. 



Des'd Dec. 20, '62. 



Tr. to Co. G, Dec. 31, '62. 
Tr. to Co. G, Dec. 31, '62. 



52 



410 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Ninth'^ Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


6 

< 


Eesidencc 


Kemarks. 


Company H — Con. 








Rathbone, David, 


39 


Sandisfield. 


- - 


Richardson, Henry, 


19 


(1 


Died June 9, '63. 


Sariner, John, .... 


18 


Lee 


- - 


Seymour, Sidney, 


19 


Sandisfield. 


- 


Snow, Anson, .... 


24 


a 


- - 


Stone, George H., . . • 


38 


Lee 


- 


Sturgis, George E., 


33 


" 


- 


Sargent, John E., 


27 


Stockbridge, . 


Tr. to Co. F, bee. 31, '62. 


Stocking, James, 


18 


S. Adams, . . 


Tr. to Co. G, Dec. 31,'62. 


Seymour, Frederick P., 


18 


Sandisfield, . 


Died April 30, '63. 


Smith, James F., .... 


39 


IC 


" May 16, '63. 


Smith, Egbert, .... 


26 


u 


" Aug. 14, '63. 


Smith, Milton, .... 


44 


(( 


" April 28, '63. 


Thompson, Sheridan W., 


18 


Monterey. . . 


- 


Vincent, John, .... 


40 


Lee 


- - 


Ward, James, .... 


43 


" 


- 


Wright, Charles, .... 


33 


N. Adams. . . 


-. 


Wood, Joseph, .... 


29 


Lee 


- 


White, Harrison, .... 


19 


Williamstown,. 


Tr. to Co. G, Dec. 31, '62. 


Wheelock, Harlow A., 


20 


Tyringham, . 


Tr. to Co. F, Dec. 31, '62. 


Company I— Pittsfield. 








Zenas C.llennie, Captain, . 


26 


Pittsfield. . . 


- ■ - 


LeEoy S". Kellogg, 1st Lieut., 


31 


Lee, .... 


Dise'dMaySl, '63. 


Wm. A. Nichols"^ 2d Lieut., . 


24 


Williamstown . 


- - 


Warner A. Marsh, 1st Sergt., 


20 


Adams. . . . 


■ - 


Ogden H. Planke, Sergeant, 


23 


Lenox. . . . 


- 


Edward McDonald, " 


18 


Lee 


- - 


George L. Geer, " 


26 


Pittsfield. . . 


- 


John Beelur, " 


22 


Adams. . . . 


- 


Charles V. Abbott, Corp., . 


24 


Washington. . 


- 


Andrew Smith, " 


20 


Adams. . . . 


- - 


John Kelly, 


23 


Washington. . 


- 


Cheney I. Ingell, " 


29 


a 


- 


Milo Spring, " 


20 


Hinsdale. . . 


- — 


David Winchell, 


18 


Lanesboro', 


Drn'd July 15, '63. 


.John M. Fuller, " 


34 


Lee, . . . . 


Died, (no date given) at 


-Avey, Peter, .... 


44 


Pittsfield. . . 


[New Haven, Ct. 


Allen, Isaac N., .... 


45 


Dalton. . . . 


- 


Allen, Daniel P., . 


44 


" 


- 


Barnum, Zera, .... 


26 


Washington. . 


- 


Bastion, Frederick, 


26 


Dalton. . . . 


- 


Beckly, James, .... 


18 


Lanesboro'. 


- 


Brown, Ezra, . . . . 


32 


Washington. . 


- — 


Burrows, Sylvester, 


44 


u 


Died on voy'gfrom Kew 


•-Cr'o'zier, Lewis, .... 


36 


l( 


[Orleans to N. Y. 


^a'^penter, Seneca A., 


19 


Adams. . . . 


- 


Carpenter, Alden, 


42 


a 


- 


Collins, Henry A., 


28 


Lee 


— 


Callaghan, John, . . . . 


27 


Lanesboro'. 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continu ed. 



411 



Company I — Con. 
Chamberlln, Wallace, 
Curtin, Karl, 
Cresser, James, . 
Downing, Patrick, 
Deland, Edmund, 
Dresser, Gilbert W., 
Farnum, Albert S., 
Farnum, Alfred, . 
Foster, Orestes K., 
Gallipaux, Joseph, 
Groat, E,ufus, 
Haskell, Nathan W., 
Hisler, Casper I., . 
Higgings, Ira, 
Hatch, Edmund, . 
Huggins, Merritt S., 
Harris, Addison I., 
Howard, Albigence, 
JefFers, Lewis N., . 
Joray, Francis, 
Kettle, Samuel S., 
Kaull, Christopher, 
Loveland, Francis, 
Leeman, Daniel, . 
Lynch, John D., . 
Lamento, David, . 
Morgan, Ambrose, 
McDaniel, William, 
Merrills, John W., 
McKenna, James. 
Mason, Elisha L., 
Mallison, Martin, . 
McDonough, Thomas, 
Mettis, Joseph, 
Mason, John, 
Noble, Jerry, 
Nea, Francis, 
Owens, David, 
Owens, Nelson, . 
Powers, John, 
Packard, William H., 
Perkins, William S., 
Proud, William, . 
Potter, George B., 
Rogers, James B., 
Rockwell, Charles A., 
Segars, Henry M., 
Smith, Andrew C, 
Sedgwick, Daniel A., 
Staples, Stillman S., 



24 
18 

18 
18 
42 
20 
18 
18 
43 
20 
18 
18 
42 
44 
21 
18 
18 
36 
27 
28 
33 
39 
20 
22 
18 
32 
20 
18 
40 
20 
35 
20 
28 
42 
22 
30 
42 
27 
23 
35 
40 
30 
34 
18 
31 
18 
26 
22 
18 
22 



Richmond, 
Tyringham, 
Worcester, 
Agawam. . 
Gt. Barringt'n 
Pittsfield, . 
Lanesboro'. 

a 
Washington. 
Pittsfield. . 
Pittsfield. . 
Peru. . . 
Windsor. . 
Washington. 
Lee. . . . 
Otis, . . . 

Pittsfield, . 

a 

Gt. Barringt'n 
Washington. 
Lee, . . . 
Hinsdale. . 
Lanesboro'. 
Richmond, . 
W. Stockb'dge 
Washington. 
Lanesboro'. 
Pittsfield. . 

Worcester. 
Pittsfield, . 
Lee, . . . 
Windsor, . 
Lenox, . . 
Washington. 
Stockbridge, 



Windsor. . 
Adams. . . 
Savoy. . • 
Lee, . . . 
Gt. Barringt'n 
Pittsfield, . 
Washington. 
Stockbridge. 
Lenox. . . 
Adams. . . 



Disc'd Jan. 23, 'G3. 

Tr. to Co. F, Jan. 1, '63. 

Died June 4, '63. 



Tr. to 2cl E. I. Cavalry, 
[March 24, 1863. 



Tr. to Co. F, Jan, 1, '63. 

Des'd Oct. 28, '62. 
Died May 15, '63. 
Des'd Jan. 8, 1863. 

Tr. to Co. F, Jan. 1, '63. 



Disc'd Oct. 31, '62. 
" Jan. 4, '63. 
" Feb. 17, '63. 
" Apr. 10, '63. 

Died June 17,1863. 

" Aug. 14, '63. 

Des'd Mar. 16, '63. 



Tr. to Co. F, Jan. 1, '63. 
Disc'd Jan. 23, '63. 



412 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


< 


Residence 


Remarks. 


Company /—Con. 
Swett, Levi, .... 


44 




Died Aug. 14, '63. 


Turner, Edmund B., . 


25 


Becket. . . • 


- 


Thayer, Edward C, . - 
Tobin, David, .... 


37 


Cummington. . 


— - 


18 


Hinsdale, . . 


Disc'd Oct. 31, '62. 


Thompson, Marcus A., 


21 


Otis, .... 


Tr. to Co. F, Jan. 1, '63. 


Vosburgh, Herman, 


20 


Lee 


- - 


Van Denburgh, Richard, 


44 


Pittsfield. . . 


- 


Vantenne, Peter, . . . • 


21 


a 


Des'd Dec. 5, '62. 


Winters, Jacob, , . . • 


28 


Sheffield. . . 


- 


Wilson, Ephraim, 


18 


Washington. . 


- - 


Wilson, William, .... 


18 


(( 


- - 


Wilson, Ezra A. D., . 


21 


Lee, .... 


Disc. May 8, '63. 


Walker, Philemon, ' . 


19 


Becket. . . . 


- 


Wink, Charles E., 


25 


Lenox. . . . 


- 


Whelden, Wells E., . 


18 


Richmond. . . 


- 


Wilcox, George W., . 


22 


Gt. Barringt'n. 


- - 


Wilcox, Edward H., . 


18 


u 


Disc'd Jan. 4, '63. 


Whipple, Edgar 0., . 


32 


Stockbridge, . 


Tr. to Co. F, Jan. 1, '63. 


Company K— Pittsfield. 








Byron Weston, Captain, 


31 


Lee 


- - 


Roscoe C. Taft, 1st Lieut., . 


26 


Sheffield, . . 


Res'd Mar. 28, '63. 


Isaac E. Judd, " " . • 


22 


Egremont, . . 


Diedof w'ndsJe..l3,'63. 


Isaac E. Judd, 2d Lieut., 


22 


u 


Pro'dlstLt. Apr. 15, '63. 


Sanford B. Gleason, 2d Lieut., . 


23 


Adams. . . . 


- 


James L. White, 1st Sergt., . 


40 


Windsor. . . 


- 


Edward J. Rising, Sergeant, 


22 


N'w Marlboro'. 


- 


Thomas Carey, " 


33 


a 


— — 


Charles B. Clark, 


22 


Adams. . . . 


- - 


Henry E. Warner, " . 


24 


N'w Marlboro', 


Kirdinact'nMay27,'63. 


Edson A. Welton, Corporal, 


20 


Sheffield. . . 


- 


Edwin Bunce, " 


28 


Egremont. . . 


- - 


Dwight M. Robbins, " 


22 


Sheffield. . . 


- - 


George H. Wheeler, " 


23 


N'w Marlboro'. 


- 


Homer A. Parmerlee, " 


32 


it. 


- 


P. B. Chadwick, " 


30 


Monterey. . . 


- 


Morris Decker, " 


27 


Sheffield. . . 


- 


Ralph E. Phelps, 


36 


Florida, . . 


Diedof w'nds Aug. 9, '63. 


Hamlin F. Clark, Musician, . 


19 


Tyringham. . 


- - 


George E. Thompson, " 


27 


Monterey. . . 


- - 


Allen, George W., 


18 


Egremont. . . 


— — 


Ashley, Henry, .... 


30 


Sheffield. . . 


— — 


Burlingame, Zelotas M., 


38 


Savoy. . . . 


— — 


Bradley, Ira, .... 


31 


Florida. . . . 


- 


Bartlett, Seth C, . 


19 


Windsor. . . 


- — 


Brazer, John, .... 


34 


Sheffield. . . 


- 


Brown, Ozro P., . 


18 


Florida. . . . 


- - 


Bicknall, Oscar A., 


21 


Windsor. . 


- - 


Brocha, Stephen, .... 


34 


N. Marlboro'. 


- 


Bidwell, John W., 


18 


Monterey. . 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Forty-Ninth Regiment — Continued. 



413 



Company K — Con. 
Burnett, William F., 
Bartholemew, Charles, 
Bliss, David S., • 
Beach, DeWitt C, 
Carman, Benjamin, 
Campbell, David, . 
Curtis, James, 
Chapin, George B., 
Culver, Philander, 
Chapin, Henry B., 
Cain, Henry W., . 
Carley, Stever W., ■ 
Campbell, George, 
Decker, Harvey, . 
Decker, John, Jr., 
Devine, Barney, . 
Dunham, James E., 
DeForrest, John C, 
Dalgette, David, Jr., 
Dowd, Solomon, . 
Decker, John, 
Doton, John L., . 

Funk, Luther, 
Funk, David, 
Fullerton, Stewart M., 
Fairfield, JohnH., 
Funk, William, Jr., 
Graham, John A., 
Handlon, Timothy, 
Hart, Charles W., 
Hollister, Gilbert, 
Hunt, Henry, 
Hathaway, Lyman, 
Hennesey, William, 
Johnson, Israel H., 
Johnson, William A., 
Leonard, William D., 
Mosely, Lorenzo, . 
Mosley, Lewis, 
Maloney, Thomas, 
Morrison, Henry, . 
Mahoney, James, . 
Notewan, Franklin, 
Powell, Stephen, . 
Roys, John M., . 
Sears, John S., 
Sheldon, Gilbert L., 
Stetson, Nelson B., 
Shaw, Theron C, 



30 
19 
21 
40 
44 
19 
30 
22 
18 
43 
31 
38 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
43 
22 
36 
44 
25 

18 
43 
27 
39 
44 
20 
20 
23 
25 
30 
18 
37 
38 
30 
32 
18 
19 
19 
18 
24 
33 
42 
28 
20 
28 
28 
18 



Florida. . . 

Sheffield, . 

Florida, . . 

Lee, . . . 

N. Marlboro'. 

a 

Sheffield. . 
Lee. . . . 
Mt. Wash'ton 
Sheffield, . 
Florida, . . 
Monterey, . 
Mt. Wash'ton 
Sheffield. . 
Egremont. . 
Sheffield. . 
Savoy. . 
Sheffield. . 
Egremont. . 
Monterey, . 
Egremont, . 



Mt. Wash'ton, 



Egremont. 

Windsor. 

Sheffield, 



N. Marlbor 
Florida. . 
Windsor. 
N, Marlboro- 
Windsor. 
Hancock, 
Savoy, . 
Monterey. 

u 

Tyringham. 

Monterey. 

N. Marlboro', 

Sheffield, 

N. Marlboro,' 

Sheffield. 

Monterey 

JST. Marlboro'. 

Windsor, 

Sheffield, 



Died April 12, '63. 
Died June 13, '63. 
Desr'd June 15,'63. 



Disch'd Jan. 23,'63. 
Died Dec. 22, '62. 

Kil'din ao'ii, May 27, '63. 

Died June 19, '63. 



[27, 1863. 
Killed in action. May 

Desr'd Nov. 10,'62. 

Substituted by Chas. B. 

Clark, Oct 28, 1862. 
Killed in action. May 
[27, 1863. 

Died August, 1863. 



Disc'd Jan. 20, '63. 
Died May 12, '63. 



Des'd Dee. 5, '62. 
Disc'd May 29, '63. 
Disc'd June 5, '63. 



Died April 1, '63. 
Kil'd in act'n May 27,'63. 



414 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Forty-Ninth Regiment — Concluded. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


6 
to 

< 


Eesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company K — Con. 








Thompson, Albert F., . 


20 


Windsor. . . 


- - 


Tennev, Josiah, . 






23 


Florida. . . . 


- _ 


Tower, Sedate, . 






21 


u 


- _ 


Torrey, Rodney W., 






27 


Windsor. . . 


_ _ 


Tower, Chester L., 






85 


Florida. . . . 


- _ 


Taft, Lorenzo D., 






30 


BarrintTton, 


Disc'd May 26, '63. 


Van Fassell, Henry, 






27 


Sheffield. . . 


- - 


Van Deusen, David,- 






25 


Egremont. . . 


— _ 


Van Deusen, Nicholas, 






28 


Sheffield. . . 


_ _ 


Wolfinger, John J., 






25 


Lee 


_ - 


Webster, Seth R., 






37 


N. Marlboro', . 


Died Mar. 15, '63. 


Wolfinger, Godfrey, 




18 


Stockbridge, . 


Died June 8, '63. 



The Forty-Ninth Massachusetts Regiment was recruited 
entirely in Berkshire County, in the early autumn of 1862. 
It was principally mustered into service at " Camp Briggs," in 
Pittsfield. The camp was under the command of Captain 
W. F. Bartlett, of the Twentieth Massachusetts Regiment, who 
was then incapacitated for active service, having lost a leg 
before Yorktown. The regiment was removed to Worcester, 
early in November, where it completed its regimental organ- 
ization by the election of Captain W. F. Bartlett, Colonel, 
Captain S. B. Sumner, Lieutenant-Colonel, and Captain 
Charles T. Plunkett, Major. The regiment was sent to New 
York, and from there to "Camp N. P. Banks," on Long Island, 
in the latter part of November. It soon began to earn a repu- 
tation for good discipline, and was kept by General Andrews 
doing provost-guard duty in New York, until all the other 
regiments of the Banks expedition had been sent forward. 
An effort was made by the Provost-Marshal-General to retain 
it in New York during its entire term of service. 

On the 24th of January, 1863, the regiment was sent to 
New Orleans in the steamer Illinois, and from there to Car- 
rollton, and then to Baton Rouge, where it was attached to 
the First Brigade, Colonel Chapin commanding, and Augur's 
division. 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 415 

March 14th, the regiment participated in the feigned advance 
of General Banks' forces on Port Hudson, and in the retreat 
was left at Bayou Montecino, to hold the bridge until all the 
baggage trains had passed over. It was shortly after returned 
to Baton Rouge, and for some time had no active duty, except 
in doing guard duty to baggage trains, and provost-guard duty 
in Baton Rouge. 

About the middle of May the regiment advanced with 
General Augur's division towards Port Hudson, and May 21st, 
it participated in the battle of the Plains Store, and won 
General Augur's commendation, and especially distinguished 
itself by its steadiness under fire, and by its promptness in 
reforming its lines when broken by the hasty retreat of another 
regiment. In this affair only five of the regiment were 
wounded. Among them was Lieutenant Joseph Tucker, 
acting aid-de-camp to Colonel Chapin, commanding the bri- 
gade. He was struck in the knee by a shell, and, in conse- 
quence of the wound, lost his leg. 

May 27th, the regiment participated in the first assault upon 
Port Hudson, in which it lost seventy-six killed and wounded, 
being one-third of the regiment engaged, three companies 
having been on special service. The regiment lost in this 
assault as large a proportion as any other regiment, and estab- 
lished its reputation for cool and steady bravery. The brave 
and intrepid Colonel Bartlett was unfortunately shot through 
the wrist and heel early in the engagement, while leading the 
regiment to the assault on horseback. Lieutenant-Colonel 
Sumner was wounded in the shoulder about the same time. 
Lieutenants Judd and Doming were killed while gallantly 
cheering on their men. Eleven of the eighteen officers with 
the regiment were hit. The command of the regiment 
devolved on Major Plunkett, after the wounding of his superior 
officers, and continued under his command during the remain- 
der of its term of service, a command which he held with 
great credit to himself, and honor to the regiment. 

On the 14th of June, it made, with the rest of Augur's 
division, a feigned assault upon the rebel works, and lost 
eighteen men killed and wounded. During the entire invest- 
ment of Port Hudson the regiment was in the front, sup- 



416 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan 

porting batteries, and engaged in other duties of the siege, 
until its surrender, July 9th, 1863. Immediately thereafter 
the regiment was sent to Donalsonville, with two brigades, 
under the command of Colonel Dudley. On the 13th of July, 
they marched up the Bayou Lafourche, about four miles. 
While preparing to encamp the Union forces were attacked by 
a large force of rebels. The Forty-Ninth was sent forward 
to support a battery, and owing to the falling back of the rest 
of our forces was nearly surrounded. By making a circuit 
of three miles through corn-fields it succeeded in joining the 
rest of Colonel Dudley's command, with a loss of twenty-two 
killed, wounded and missing. 

Except participating in several short expeditions, the regi- 
ment had no further active service until its return home. It 
reached Pittsfield, August 21st, having returned via the 
Mississippi River, where it was publicly received with much 
enthusiasm by the citizens of Berkshire County. 

By special permission of the Governor of the Common- 
wealth, the colors of the regiment are retained in the county, 
in the keeping of the Clerk of the Courts. 

The record of the regiment is an honorable one, and worthy 
of the revolutionary fame of Berkshire men. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



41T 



FIFTIETH REGIMENT. 



Carlos P. Messer, Colonel, . 
John W. Locke, Lieut.- Colonel, . 
John Hodges, Jr., Major, 
Andrew O. Wentworth, Adjutant, 
Henry D. Degan, Quartermaster, 
William Cogswell, Surgeon, 
Nathaniel W. French, As't Surg'n, 
John Hancock, " " 

Robert Hassall, Chaplain, 
Oliver A. Roberts, Serg't-Major, . 
David M. Kelley, Q. M. Sergeant, 
Leonard Rand, Com'y Sergeant, . 
B. Addison Sawyer, Hosp'l Ste'rd, 

Company A— Salem. 
George D. Putnam, Captain, 
Robert W. Reeves, 1st Lieut., 
William B. Upton, 2d Lieut., 
Nathan A. Frye, Jr., 1st Sergeant 
Geoi'ge O. Stearns, Sergeant, 
John W. Evans, « 

David E. Saunders, " 
Augustus Brown, " 

Gilman A. Andrews, Corporal, 
George H. Blinn, 
William D. Balch, 
William H. Dalrymple, 
Lebbeus Leach, Jr., 
Jeremiah Nelson, 
Nathaniel F. Robinson, 
Greenleaf S. Tukey, 
John F. Simon, 
Edward Stillman, Musician, 
William Dillingham, " 
Elias A. Trofatter, Wagoner, 
Allen, Charles F., 
Brooks, Horace A., 
Bousley, Nathaniel C, 
Babbidge, William A., 
Bennett, George A., 
Bavenson, Abram F., 
Bryant, Timothy W., 
Barker, Charles F., 
Boden, Thomas C, 
Brown, William P., 
Bovey, Thomas L., 
Bryant, Richard, 
Baker, Henry C, 
Cook, George B., 



27 
21 
24 
22 
25 
20 
20 
19 
21 
21 
26 
20 
22 
26 
18 
19 
19 
15 
26 
24 
19 
18 
19 
20 
18 
20 
21 
21 
41 
19 
19 
22 
25 
18 



Haverhill. . 
S. Reading. 
Salem. . . 
Maiden. . 
S. Reading. 
Bradford. 
Concord, N.H.. 
Pawtucket,R.I 
Haverhill. . 



Died Apr. 21, '63. 



Salem. 



Boston. . 
Newburyp'rt 
Salem. . 



Dracut. 
Salem, 



Lynn. . 
Salem. . 

Gloucester, 
Salem, . 



Died Apr. 18, '63. 
Died July 30, '63. 



Desr'd Oct. 26, '62. 
" Dec. 10, '62. 



53 



418 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


6 


Eesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company A — Con. 








Chessman, Charles H., 


41 


Salem. . . . 


_ _ 


Copeland, George A., . 




18 


i( 




- _ 


Clark, William B., 






24 


(( 




Des'd Dec. 10, '62. 


Dairy mple, George, 






18 


<i 




- - 


Dodge, Joseph R., 






18 


« 




Died July 26, '63. 


Eaton, Horace D., 






18 


u 




_ _ 


Evans, William, . 






26 


11 




— _ 


Friend, Joel M., . 






19 


u 




— _ 


Findley, Edward, 






18 


u 




Died Feb. 23, '63. 


Gardner, Charles W.. 






23 


1( 




_ _ 


Gardner, William H., 






26 


u 




_ _ . 


Glover, William H., 






23 


a 




_ ^ 


Glover, Joseph N., 






22 


u 




_ _ 


Gould, William C, 






27 


Charlestow 


a. . 


_ _ 


Hammond, William G., 






20 


Salem. . 




_ _ 


Harris, Alphonso S., 






20 


(( 




_ _ 


Hale, Joseph S., 






19 


u 




_ _- 


Harris, William S., 






21 


(( 




— _ 


Hall, William H., ^- 






19 


u 




_ _ 


Harrington, Leonard, 






21 


u 

• 




_ _ 


Janes, John, 






21 


" 




_ _ 


Kendall, William H., 






20 


(( 




_ _ 


Knowlton, George, 






21 


« 




Died Apr. 7, '63. 


Lamson, George A., 






18 


u 




X J 


Luscomb, George W., 






28 


" 




_ _ 


Lowd, Jacob R., . 






21 


t4 




_ _ 


Langdell, George W., 






19 


1( 




- _ 


Lee, Joseph, 






28 


11 




— _ 


Mackie, John A., 






18 


14 




_ _ 


Morse, George F., 






20 


11 




_ ^ 


Nichols, George A., 






18 


It 




_ _ 


Newton, Albert E., 






24 


1( 




_ _ 


Noble, James A., . 






18 


11 




. ■_ _ 


Ober, Oliver, 






20 


11 




_ _ 


Perkins, George H., 






20 


It 




_• _ 


Perkins, Charles, 






19 


It 




_ _ 


Preston, William A., . 






19 


It 




_ _ 


Peterson, Andrew G., . 






19 


11 




_ _ 


Perley, Thomas A., 






18 


tt 




_ _ 


Perkins, Francis M., 






18 


(I 




_ _ 


Palmer, William H. H. 






22 


11 




_ _ 


Perkins, James W., 






19 


11 




_ _ 


Pope, Thomas S., 






34 


11 




_ _ 


Perchard, Cleworth H. 






20 


(t 




_ _ 


Pond, Frederick A., . 






21 


Bangor, Me 




_ _ 


Pickman, Hersey D., . 






19 


Salem. . . 




_ _ 


Preston, Otis P., . 






19 


11 




Died May 26, '63. 


Robinson, John, . 






19 


11 




_ _ 


Safford, George W., . 






18 


t( 




_ _ 


Short, Charles H., 






19 


(1 




- - 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



419 



NAMES. 



Company A — Con. 
Slemman, Charles A., . 
Symonds, Edward A., . 
Scriggins, William J., . 
Stillman, Amos, . 
Skinner, James N., 
Sanborn, Joseph W., . 
Stoddard, George A., . 
Southard, George A., . 
Stratton, Benjamin F., 
Trask, James E., . 
Tuttle, William W., . 
Thorndike, Theodore A., 
Upton, Warren A., 
Woodbury, George H., 
Watson, John F., 
Warner, Frank B., 
Waters, James V., 



Company B— Rockport. 
John L. Ward, Captain, 
Edward W. Phillips, 1st Lieut, 
William H. Hurd, 2d " 
Benj. F. Blatchford, 1st Sergt., 
James Story, Sergeant, 
Charles S. Cotting, " 
Marcus A. Hanna, " 
ElamW. Burnham, " 
David L. Tuttle, Corporal, 
George W. Dade, " 
Harry Haywood, " 

Edward C. Lane, " 
James F. Tucker, " 
Andrew J. Fish, " 

Henry P. Brewer, Wagoner, 
Andrews, Augustus H., 
Butler, Thomas, . 
Butler, David, 
Butterworth, John, 
Butterworth, Robert, . 
Breen, James, 
Breen, Peter, 
Beals, William A., 
Beals, John, 
Boynton, David P., Jr., 
Brown, Ephraim, 
Barnes, Israel D., 
Barker, Andrew J., 
Bamford, Jesse, . 
Bowen, George W., 
Beals, Joseph, 



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20 

20 
31 
27 
44 
24 
22 
21 
34 
29 
19 
21 
30 
30 
25 
18 
21 
26 
22 
18 
19 
23 
21 
18 
30 
25 
18 
32 
18 
44 
44 



Salem. 



Boston, 
Salem. 



Salem, . 



Rockport. 

N. Andover. 
Rockport. 
Hamilton, 
Rockport. 

N. Andover. 
Rockport. 

u 

N. Andover, 
Hamilton, 

N. Andover. 



Rockport. 



Wenham 
N. Andover. 

u 

Hamilton. 
Rockport, 



Dis. disab'j", Slar. 3, '63. 

Died May 1, 1863. 



Res'd July 24, '63. 
» July 16, '63. 



Died May 25, '63. 



Died May 19, '63. 
" Apr. 18, '63. 



Dis. disab'y, Apr. 27, '63. 



420 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPOET. 

Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company B — Con. 
Clegg, James, 
Choate, Solomon, 
Chase, Edmund L., 
Chase, Parker J., 
Chadwick, James W., 
Cogswell, Thomas, 
Clark, Hosea B., . 
Day, David M., . 
Devon, Joseph G., 
Dodge, Allen W., 
Dodge, Alphonso M., 
Elweli, Alvin F., . 
Foss, John G., 
Grimes, William PL, 
GrifBn, Joseph A., 
GafFney, Cornelius, 
Godey, William, . 
Gallagher, John, . 
Gorran, Nicholas, 
Giles, Thaddeus, . 
Hood, Hiram D., . 
Hill, Richard W., 
Holbrook, Adin, . 
Haskins, Thomas, . 
Hughes, Michael, . 
Kinsman, Austin S., 
Knights, John S., • 
Lowe, William H., 
Leighton, Benjamin F., 
McJannett, John, 
McJannett, Samuel, 
Morse, George, . 
Morse, Charles B., 
Mordough, John C., 
Miller, James, 
Morris, Eeuben, . 
Mullen, John, 
Patch, James W., 
Pettingell, Charles, 
Pool, Caleb N., . 
Pool, Rufus, . 
Pierce, George H., 
Peach, John H., . 
Parkhurst, George H., 
Peabody, Ansil, . 
Patch, Loring, 
Pool, John A., 
Pettingell, Nathaniel W., 
Sleeper, Benjamin F., 
Sullivan, John, . 



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38 
28 
23 
19 
18 
19 
25 
21 
29 
23 
33 
18 
20 
44 
18 
43 
29 
18 
20 
29 
19 



N. Andover. 
Rockport. . 
N. Andover. 



E. Cambridge 
Rockport, 



Hamilton. 

u 

Rockport. 
Salem. . 
Rockport. 

(( 

N. Andover, 
Rockport 
N. Andover, 

Rockport. 
Hamilton. 
Rockport. 



N. Andover, 

Hamilton, 

Rockport. 



Hamilton, 
Salem. . 
Hamilton 
N. Andover. 
Hamilton. 
Rockport. 



Hamilton. 
N. Andove 
Rockport, 



Died April 16, '63. 



[dentally shot. 
Died Mar. 19, '63,— acoi- 

Died Mar. 25, '63. 
" May 26, '63. 
" Aug. 20, '68. 



Died Aug. 19, '63. 
" June 3, '63. 
" May 2, '63. 
" May 11, '63. 

Desr'dSep. 16,'62. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



421 



Company B — Con. 
Swan, Benjamin F., 
Tucker, William, . 
Tuttle, John M., . 
Tuttle, George H., 
Tarr, Solomon, 
Trussell, Arthur B., 
Tucker, William, Jr., 
Tuttle, Nicholas, . 
Weeks, John, 
Wetherbee, Andrew P., 
Wheeler, George, 
Witham, John, 
Woodbury, John L., 



Company C— Stoneham. 
Darius N. Stevens, Captain, . 
Samuel C. Trull, 1st Lieut., . 
Frederick Cochrane, 2d " 
Jefferson Hayes, 1st Sergeant, 
Wallace Hyde, Sergeant, . 
Francis M. Sweetser, " 
John Taylor, " 

MarshairT. Sweetser, " 
John L. Cotton, Corporal, . 
Lewis Maxwell, " 

Stephen O'Hara, " 
William T. Turner, " 
William B. Stevens, " 
Moses Downes, Jr., " 
Joseph W. Fields, " 
William H. Hurd, " 
Albert N. Holden, Musician, 
Mark M. Bailey, " 

Luther Harriman, Wagoner, 
Abercrombie, John, 
Barlow, Alfred, . 
Bicknell, William W., 
Blodgett, Levi S., 
Boardman, James, 
Bodwell, Stephen B., 
Bower, Robert, 
Boyle, James, 
Brierly, David, 
Brown, Robert N., 
Butterworth, William, 
Bailey, William T., 
Carlton, Henry, . 
Clement, Julius, . 
Clough, John B., . 
Cole, Thomas, 



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29 
42 
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39 
20 
18 
29 
26 
24 



N. Andover 
Rockport. 

a 

N. Andover, 

Rockport. 

Hamilton. 

Rockport, 

N. Andover, 

Hamilton. 

Rockport. 



Hamilton. 



Stoneham. 

u 

Methuen. 

Stoneham. 

Lawrence. 

Stoneham. 

Lawrence. 

Stoneham. 



Lawrence, 
Saugus. . 
Lawrence. 

Stoneham. 

Methuen. 

Lawrence. 



Stoneham. 

Saugus. . 

Stoneham. 

Lawrence. 

Newbury, 

Methuen. 

Stoneham. 



Newfield, Me. 



Des'd Nov. 7, '62. 



Died Feb. 
" Apr. 



25, '63. 
25. '63. 



Desr'd Nov. 1, '62. 



Tranfr'dto Co, 



[1, 1862. 
K, Nov. 



422 ^ ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company C— Con. 
Clark, Joseph, 
Charlesworth, Emanuel, 
Decatur, Andrew J., 
Dike, Marcus M., 
Dugan, James H., 
Eldred, Almond, . 
Fowler, Benjamin A., 
Goodwin, John G., 
Goodwin, John, . , 
Goodwin, Thomas, 
Green, Arthur M., 
Hardacre, Aaron, 
Hersey, Alvin E., 
Howard, Bernard, 
Howard, Frank A., 
Hard, James W., . 
Hall, John N.J . 
Jackson, William, 
Jones, George, 
Kelley, Owen, 
Kenyon, Thomas, 
Larkin, John, 
Lahey, Michael, . 
Leighton, Lewis, . 
Lovejoy, James L., 
McDade, John, 
McKay, George, . 
Mead, John, 
Messer, Alonzo, . 
Messer, Myron W., 
Maily, Nicholas J., 
Mitchell, Michael, 
Moody, James S., 
Mills, Jesse, 
McCart)', Dennis G., 
Nevers, John W., 
O'Shea, Michael, . 
Pomeroy, William, 
Quimby, Lester F., 
Randall, John, 
Randall, Charles, . 
Shields, Robert, . 
Smith, Thomas, 
Stackpole, John, . 
Seeley, Joseph, 
Tay, Benjamin F., Jr., , 
Tay, Baxter F., . 
Turner, John A., . 
Wentworth, Charles H., 
Wheeler, Joseph B., 



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25 



Lowell. . 
Lawrence, 
Methuen. 
Stoneham. 



N. Andover. 

Lawrence 

N. Andover, 

Lawrence. 

Stoneham. 

Lawrence. 

Stoneham. 

u 

Methuen, 

Lawrence. 

Stoneham. 

N. Andover. 
Charlestown. 
Stoneham. 

u 

Calais, Me 
Lawrence.' 

a 

N. Andover. 

Methuen. 

Stoneham. 

Haverhill. 

Lawrence. 

Stoneham. 

Methuen, 

N. Andover, 

Stoneham. 

Lawrence. 

Boston. . 

Stoneham. 

Methuen. 



Lawrence. 
Lowell. . 
Methuen, 
Stoneham. 

Medford. 
Methuen. 
Stoneham. 



Disc'd Feb. 7, '63. 



Died Aug. 9, 1863. 



Died April 17, '63 
Desr'd Jan. 3, '63. 



Disc, disab'y, May 30, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



423 



Company C — Con. 
Wheeler, William W., . 
Warren, Charles H., . 
Young, G. W., . 

Company D— Reading 
Josiah W. Coburn, Captain 
John S. Coney, 1st Lieut., 
Oramel G. Abbott, '2d " 
Stephen P. Eowell, 1st Sergeant 
Levi Swain, Jr., Sergeant, 
Harley Prentiss, " 

Edmund D. Pearson, " 
Joseph T. Batcheller, " 
George J. Bartlett, " 
Asa C. Buck, 

James P. Morton, Corporal, 
George M. Peaslee, " 
William Buck, " 

William H. Nash, '^ 
Justine M. Weston, " 
Samuel T. Sweetser, " 
Daniel G. Richardson, " 
Augustine P. Cook, ** 
Tobias Pinkham, ** 

Asa P. Tibbetts, " 

John L. Farwell, Musician, 
George Rogers, Wagoner, 
Bunker, Noble, . 
Battelle, Charles P., 
Boyce, Charles M., 
Bruce, George G., 
Bancroft, Henry L., 
Bancroft, George, 
Blanchard, Edwin, 
Bancroft, Haskel K., 
Barnes, John A., 

Cook, George W., 

Coney, George A., 

Coney, George C, 

Carr, Daniel W., 

Damon, Christopher C. 

Delay, Jeremiah, 

Evans, Charles A., 

Eames, Henry W., 

Eaton, Appleton P., 

Eaton, Moses F., . 

Fortiss, William, . 

Frost, Charles C, 

Fletcher, Nathan B., 

Flint, George B., 



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Stoneham, . . 
Dover, N. H., , 
Stoneham. . . 



Reading. 

N. Reading, 
Reading. 
Melrose. 
Wilmington 
Reading. 
Wilmington 
N. Reading 
Reading, 
<( 

Wilmington 
Reading. 



N. Reading 
Reading. 

N. Reading 
Reading, 



Wilmington. 



Reading. . 

(i 

Salem. . . 
Reading. . 

Wilmington. 
N. Reading. 
Reading, . 

Wilmington. 
N. Reading. 
Reading, . 
Wilmington. 
Reading. . 

N. Reading. 



Disc'd Feb. 18, '63. 

Dis. tore-'list, Je. 28, '63. 



Died July 2, '63. 
" April 19, '63. 



Died May 28, '63. 
" June 8, '63. 



Disch. Feb. 16, '63. 



Died Aug.lO, 1863. 



Died Feb. 18, '63. 



424 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company D — Con. 
Fulton, Joseph W., 
Flint, William W., 
Flint, Asa A., 
Go-wing, Charles, . 
Green, George W., 
Goodwin, George H., 
Grover, Charles A., 
Gowing, Gayton, 
Gale, Henry A., . 
Hamden, George W., 
Hunter, William A., 
Harris, Thomas W., 
Holt, Squire, 
Hopkins, Joseph B., 
Hopkins, George W., 
Howard, John L., 
Harnden, Otis, 
Holt, Milton G., . 
Holt, Charles, 
Jenkins, Charles, . 
Jones, Loring, 
Kendall, Waldo T., 
LaClair, William, 
Marshall, William H., 
Munroe, Charles M., 
Myers, Charles, . 
Mclntire, Amos, - 
McAleer, Joseph, 
Miligin, George, . 
Nichols, Amos B., 
Nichols, Nathaniel, 
Nichols, William B,., 
Nichols, Edward E., 
Pearsons, Daniel N., 
Parker, Edward, 
Parker, Clarkson, 
Pratt, Stillman M., 
Platts, Charles B., 
Pratt, Edward E., 
Perkins, Walter G., 
Prentiss, Samuel, 
Pearson, George O., 
Richardson, Horace A. 
Sidelinker, George W. 
Taylor, Charles, . 
Trull, John A., . 
Upton, Russell, . 
Upton, Ambrose, . 
Williams, Joseph F., 
Weston, Nelson S., 



23 


Andover. . . 


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N. Reading. . 


21 


u 


36 


Lawrence. . . 


21 


N. Reading. . 


21 


Reading. . . 


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Wilmington. . 


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N. Reading, . 


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Andover. . . 


25 


N. Reading. . 


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11 


33 


Reading. . . 


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29 


Wilmington. . 


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N. Reading, . 


28 


Reading. . . 


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N. Reading. . 


36 


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32 


Charlestown. . 


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Reading. . . 


32 


u 


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N. Reading. . 


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Reading. . . 


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Wilmington. . 


28 


N. Reading. . 


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Reading. . . 


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Wilmington. . 


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Reading. . . 


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21 


N. Reading. . 


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Reading. . . 


17 


11 


49 


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29 


Wilmington, . 


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Reading. . . 


22 


N. Reading. . 


21 


Reading. . . 


24 


Andover, . . 


33 


Wilmington. . 


36 


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Reading. . . 


33 


(( 



Disch. May 29, '63. 



Died Aug. 7, 1863. 



Died July 18, '63. 
" Aug. 8, '63. 



Died Aug. 20, '63. 



Disch. Apr. 25, '63. 
Died July 9, 1863. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



425 



Company D — Con. 
Weston, Francis C, 
Walls, Paschal A., 
Wright, Hiram F., 
Weston, John H., 
Whitman, Albert H., 
Whitehouse, Charles E., 

Company E— South Reading. 
Samuel F. Littlefield, Captain, 
Horace M. Warren, 1st Lieut., 
James D. Draper, 2d Lieut., 
Jason H. Knight, 1st Sergeant, 
James M. Sweetser, Sergeant, 
James A. Burditt, 
Charles F. Hartshorn, 
George R. Gilman, 
George H. Green, 
Thomas Sweetser, 
Joseph S. Eustis, Corporal, 
James M. Morrill, " 
John Q. A. Parker, " 
William N. Tyler, " 
Eufus F. Draper, " 

George Carter, " 

Myron H. Whittredge," 
Charles S. Emerson, " 
Anderson, George W., 
Aborn, Henry, 
Bruce, Jasper F., 
Brown, John C, 
Brown, Benjamin V., . 
Barber, Thomas, 
Brown, Charles H., 
Butterfield, Francis M., 
Barron, Elliott F., 
Bent, John S., . 
Brown, Jonas G., 
Cox, George, 
Cox, James P., 
Crow, William L., 
Cartwright, Joseph, 
Cooper, Reuben L., 
Dix, Joseph O., . 
Danforth, Alfred W., . 
Deadman, William D., 
Davis, Charles H., 
Dodge, Ignatius, 
Degen, Charles F., 
Donoghue, John J., 
Eustis, William C, 



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25 
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21 
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34 
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34 
18 
19 
44 
32 
44 
20 
19 
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26 
25 
26 
25 



N. Reading 
Reading. 



Reading, 
N. Readinf 



S. Reading 



Lynnfield 
S. Reading. 



Saugus. . 

Lynnfield. 

S. Reading. 

Hingham. 

Saugus. 

Melrose. 

Boston. . 

Melrose, 

Lynnfield 

Melrose. 

S. Reading 



Melrose. 
S. Reading. 



Topsfield. 
Watertown 
Melrose, 
Cambridge. 



Disch. Nov. 29, '62. 
Died Aug. 15, '63. 



Died Jan. 10, '63. 

Dischar'd for di,sability, 
[Jan. 5, 1863. 



Dischr'd (no date.) 



Died June 18, '63. 



Desr'dNov.22,'62. 



51 



426 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



If A M E S . 



Company E-^-Con. 
Eaton, John S., . 
Eaton, Chester W., 
Emerson, Justus, 
Estes, Oneal J., 
Farrell Michael, 
risk, Willard L., 
Fuller, George P., 
Fisk, Joseph A., . 
Hamilton, Robert, 
Harrington, Charles T, 
Hawkes, John, 
Knights, Henry C, 
Kingman, William W., 
Lyman, Henry H., 
Moses, George, 
Murkland, Robert L., 
Miller, Charles C, 
McAllister, George H., 
Morton, Joseph, . 
Moses, John F., . 
Moore, John L., . 
Newman, J. Frank, 
Newhall, David, 
Place, Franklin C, 
Pope, Jacob H., . 
Prentice, Charles, 
Fillings, Jonathan, 
Restarick, Walter, 
Randall, Howard, 
Richardson, Osborne, Jr. 
Richardson, Irving, 
Snell, Franklin L., 
Skinner, William S., 
Shelton, Thomas, 
Stafford, William C, 
Simonds, Charles H., 
Sweetser, Elbridge L., 
Stimpson, William W 
Snell, Louis A., • 
Trefethen, Benjamin N 
Thompson, George A., 
Tibbetts, George E. 
Tyler, George L., 
Upton, Augustine, 
Unrah, George R., 
Winship, Samuel, 
Walton, Oliver, 2d, 
Wellman, Henry B., 



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24 

09 



S. Reading. 

a 
Lynnfield 
S. Reading. 
Melrose. 
Saugus, 
Melrose. 
S. Reading 



Melrose. 
Wilmington 
S. Reading, 



Charlestown 
S. Reading. 
Melrose. 
S. Reading 

a 

Raynham. 

Lynnfield. 

(( 

S. Reading. 

Melrose. 
Saugus. . 
Maiden. 
S. Readinsr, 



Saugus. . . 
S. Reading. 



Danvers. , 
Maiden. . . 
S. Reading. 

Lynnfield, .' 



Died May 12, '63. 
Dlsch'dMar.9,'63. 



Died July 4, '63. 
" Apr. 16, '63. 



Died Apr. 1, '63. 



Died May 19, '63. 
Disc'd Feb. 28, '63. 



Died May 31, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



427 



K AMES. 



Kemarks. 



Company F— Haverhill 
Samuel W. Duncan, Captain, 
William H. Eoberts, 1st Lieut. 
David Boynton, 1st " 

David Boynton, 2d Lieut, 
Ira Hurd, 2d " 

John W. Poor, 1st Sergeant 
Joshua M. Stoner, Sergeant, 
Walter S. Goodell, 
Thomas Pearsons, Jr., 
George W. Merrill, 
William W. S. Orbeton, Corporal 
Edwin L. Johnson, 
Albert O. Gibson, 
John Downes, 
David Heckman, 
Philip C. Swett, 
Henry H. Johnson, 
James Eyan, 
Charles A. Kimball, 
Daniel P. Derochmont, 
Rufus M. Graham, Musician 
John A. Tuck, 
Eyland F. Bailey, Wagoner, 
Atwood, Bradley, . 
Aldrich, Ambrose D., 
Burnham, Walter J., 
Bucklin, John C, 
Barry, Joseph, 
Clark, Cyrus H., . 
Carr, Mark, . 
Conway, Charles G., 
Chase, Benjamin W., 
Davis, George S., . 
Davis, George M., 
Davis, Eliphalet,, . 
Davis, Charles A., 
Emery, Samuel C, 
Eaton, Eugene G., 
Eaton, Albert C, . 
Emerson, Albert, . 
Foss, William, 
Foss, William A., . 
Flanders, Burton, 
Flanders, Edward O., 
Fitzpatrick, John, 
Fowler, Gilbert S., 
Gordon, Edward, . 
Gilman, Lucas B., 
George, Arthur L., 
George, Townsend P., 



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21 

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26 

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23 

23 

25 

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29 

39 

28 

22 

27 

21 

36 

21 

21 

25 

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18 

36 

25 

26 

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19 

36 

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25 

27 

26 

20 

23 

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40 

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20 



Haverhill. 



Bradford. 
Haverhill. 



Bradford. 
Haverhill. 



Haverhill. 



Derry, N. H, 
Haverhill 



[Nov. 10, 1862. 
Dismissed the service, 

[Nov. 12, 1862. 
Promoted to 1st Lieut., 



Died Feb. 27, '63. 



Des'd Dec. 15, '62. 



Des'd Oct. 15, '62. 

Died May 29, '63. 
Dsrt'dNov.27,'62 



Died Aug. 2, '63. 



428 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company F — Con. 
Gallagher, John, . 
Housen, Axel, 
Hunkins, Warren C, 
Hunkins, John N., 
Hunkins, Harry T., 
Howard, William S., 
Hunt, George W., 
Haynes, Jackson, . 
Haddock, Charles H., 
Hill, Andrew J., . 
How, James, 
Hall, Benjamin F., 
Hanrahan, James, 
Harmon, George K., 
Jacobs, Wyman D., 
Johnson, Charles L., 
Johnson, Charles H., 
Jenkins, Samuel H., 
King, Patrick, 
Kelley, David, 
Le Bosquet, Albert, 
Lucy, Arthur W., 
Ladd, Thomas E., 
Littlefield, Hazen S., 
Leonard, John, . 
McDermot, Hugh, 
Mc Williams, Samuel, 
Mc Question, Simeon, 
McLaughlin, Frank, 
Murphy, Timothy, 
Morse, James, 
Nichols, Addison D., 
Noyes, Hiram N., 
Osgood, Jacob, 
Ordway, Hazen E., 
Patten, Joseph L., 
Pettengill, Alpheus I., 
Pearl, Joshua E.., . 
Koss, Franklin, . 
Keed, Elbridge G., 
Sawyer, Ira O., . 
Sawyer, Horace, . 
Sawyer, B. Addison, 
Stickney, Charles H., 
Sheldon, Otis E., . 
Spencer, John C, 
Stuart, Walter, . 
Sargent, Benjamin G., 
Thomson, Horace, 
Tozier, Edward H., 



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26 



Melrose, 
Haverhill. 



Haverhill. 



Haverhill, 



Bradford. 
Haverhill. 

Haverhill. 
Bradford. 
Haverhill. 

Boston, . 
Haverhill. 



Bradford. 



Desr'd Oct. 20, '62. 
Died July 4, '63. 



Desr'd Oct. 5, '62. 
Died July 7, '63. 
Disc'd Jan. 5, '63. 

Pro'd Q. M. Sergt. 



Des'd Oct. 8, '62. 



Dis'd Jan. 5, '63- 



Pro'd to H. Stew'd. 

Di'dofw'nds Je. 20, '63. 

Died Apr. 9, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



429 



NAMES. 


< 


Kesidence. 


Eemarks. 


Company F— Con. 








Tucker, William W., . 


48 


Haverhill. . . 


- 


Veal, Gustavus D., 


. 


21 


i( 




- 


Whitman, George H., . 




28 


tc 




- 


Whitman, Josiah A., 




33 


Mansfield, 




Tr.fr'mCo.C,4TthRegt 


West, Arthur W., 




19 


Haverhill. 




- 


Wallace, Thomas, 


45 


U 




- 


Wilson, John, . . . 


21 


Melrose, 




Des'd Oct. 20, '62. 


Company G— Haverhill. 








George W. Edwards, Captain, 


41 


Haverhill. . . 


- 


George W. Wallace, 1st Lieut., . 


22 


u 




- 


Andrew F. Stowe, 2d Lieut., 


34 


(( 




Ees'd May 19, '63. 


Joshua Hatch, Jr., 1st Sergeant, . 


28 


1( 




- 


Eoyal D. Gould, Sergeant, . 


24 


(( 




- - 


Charles K. Heath, " 


28 


Bradford. 




- 


Charles H. Hill, 


29 


Haverhill. 




- 


Samuel R. Benson, Corporal, 


28 


a 




- 


David R. B. Coffin, " 


29 


u 




_ 


Joseph F. Holt, " 


40 


u 




- 


George 0. Lee, " 


19 


1( 




- 


Daniel G. Payson, " 


28 


a 




- - 


John L. Webster, " 


25 


u 




- 


Alvin N. Whittier, " 


37 


n 




- 


George W. Wallace, " 


21 


a 




- 


Edward S. Tubbs, 


21 


u 




Tr.Gtliin. Cav. Ju.n,'63. 


Henry G. Hammond, Musician, . 


34 


li 




- 


William F. Johnson, " 


22 


a 




- 


Abbott, Parker P., 


26 


(( 




- 


Aldrich, John W., 




18 


u 




- 


Anderson, Alfred W., 




23 


11 




- 


Burleigh, Moses C, 




19 


11 




- 


Barlow, Noah E., . 




25 


11 




- 


Boynton, Isaac A., 




38' 


11 




- 


Bailey, Stephen W., 




22 


11 




- - 


Chase, Eustis, 




38 


11 




— — 


Coffin, Cyrus V., . 




28 


11 




- 


Colby, John E., . 




18 


11 




- - 


Coyne, John, 




18 


11 




- 


Clough, William E., 




18 


11 




- - 


Clough, Ward, . 




37 


Dracut. . 




- - 


Carr, George W., 




21 


Haverhill. 




- 


Campbell, John, . 




33 


Chelsea. 




- - 


Cook, Justin T., . 




38 


Haverhill. 




- 


Daley, Bartlett F,, 




26 


11 




- 


Davis, Alfred H., . 




38 


11 




_ _ 


Eaton, Daniel W., 




21 


Haverhill. 




- 


Eaton, James J., . 




43 


Bradford. 




- 


Emerson, George E., 




27 


Haverhill. 




Cities Dec. 14, 1S62. 


Ellis, Sebastian, . 




23 


11 




Arrested by civil author- 


Farnham, Hiram H., 


. 


28 


11 


~ 



430 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company G—Con. 
Flanders, Jesse, . 
Farrington, Moses C, 
French, Moses E., 
Fuller, William B., 
Graham, Sylvanus C, 
Gale, Henry, 
Goodrich, Walter, 
Graham, James W., 
Havens, Silas F., 
Haseltine, William L., 
Harwood, Andrew J., 
Hoyt, Benjamin E., Jr. 
Hoyt, Samuel P., 
Howe, Edwin M., 
Hoyt, Ezra, 
Hubbard, Oliver S., 
Jaques, Henry, . 
Johnson, Frank H., 
Jenness, Sumner G., 
Livingston, Edward H. 
Moulton, George L., 
Mace, Daniel W., 
Merrill, Howard M., 
Morrison, Augustus G., 
Mulhem, Hugh, . 
Murray, Hugh, . 
McKenna, Edward, 
Marsh, Joseph W., 
Mackay, Andrew J., 
Nason, Edward A., 
Norwood, George, 
O'Shaughnessy, John, 
O'Meilley, Michael, 
Poor, Moses, 
Pettingell, James W., 
Pratt, Abel H., . 
Pinkham, Warren F., 
Parker, Israel, 
Eicker, Frederick L., 
Richardson, Russell O 
Rand, Leonard, . 
Roberts, Oliver A., 
Scates, Isaac S., . 
Sargent, Numa, . 
Spencer, Dennis, . 
Stevens, James I., 
Taylor, John II., . 
Thompson, Hazen V., 
Tappen, Edmund S., 
Tucker, Frank W., 



44 
37 
27 
24 
24 
32 
19 
27 
25 
30 
24 
21 
32 
21 
29 
24 
19 
23 
24 
25 
24 
18 
18 
18 
18 
26 
24 
18 
21 
22 
41 
41 
24 
43 
32 
22 
21 
44 
21 
21 
42 
24 
43 
33 
28 
24 
24 
33 
24 
21 



Haverhill. 



Dracut. . 
Haverhill. 



Tr.toU. S.A.Dec.27,'62. 



Disc, disab'yi Dec. 6, '62. 

Des'd Nov. 18, '62. 



Died April 9, '63. 
Des'd Oct. 10, '62. 
Des'd Nov. 20, '62. 

Died Feb. 4, '63. 

[Sept. 20, 1382. 

rromoted to Com. Sergt. 

Promoted to Sergt. Ma- 

[jor Sept. 20, 1862. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



431 



NAMES. 



Company G — Con. 
Thompson, Stephen M., 
Woodcock, Farnham P. 
Walker, John H., 
Walker, Wilson M., 
Webster, John P., 
Webb, Daniel, 
Whittier, William T., 
Webster, William W., 
Williams, Joseph, 
Wallace, William C, 

Company H— Ohelsea. 
Cyrus Hobbs, Captain, 
Henry T. Holmes, 1st Lieut., 
William P. Daniels, 2d Lieut., 
Kobert A. Saunders, 1st Sergt., 
Willard F. Carlton, Sergeant, 
John W. Hurley, 
James H. Proctor, 
Joseph H. Grant, 
James S. Grant, 
George F. Lord, 
Almon Sanborn, Corporal, 
James L. Forsaith, " 
Edwin F. A. Bracket, " 
John A. Dunning, " 
Charles H. Lucas, " 
Samuel R. Hall, " 

William E. Pearson, " 
William S. Henry, • " 
Averill, Charles S., 
Aylward, John, 
Briggs, Edward P., 
Bickers, Joseph P., 
Bickford, Henry P., 
Butters, Silas, 
Bailey, John D., . 
Butler, Charles H., 
Butler, Orville W., 
Buckett, Henry A., 
Burnham, Edward W., 
Brown, George F., 
Bickford, George F., 
Bohan, Daniel, 
Cole, Solomon A., 
Calef, Isaac W., . 
Clark, Lewis, 
Cross, Henry, 
Cobb, George H., 
Collier, George G., 



25 

28 
23 
18 
26 
18 
18 
28 
24 
39 



46 
36 
35 
30 
25 
27 
31 
31 
24 
36 
23 
25 
24 
26 
43 
22 
19 
24 
43 
36 
22 
25 
26 
37 
36 
18 
25 
38 
23 
21 
22 
19 
27 
39 
37 
27 
21 
30 



Haverhill, 



Chelsea. 



Haverhill 
Chelsea. 
Maiden 
Chelsea 



Haverhi 
Chelsea, 



Dis. disab'y, Dec. 6, '62. 



Died Mar. 8, '63. 
" April 15, '68. 
" Jane 16, '63. 



Dis. (Jisab'y, Feb. 25, '&7. 

Died June 17, 'G3. 



[Jray 11, 1S63. 
Discharged to re-enlist. 

Died Apr. 25, '63. 
Desr'dNov.30,'62. 



[March 13, 1863. 
Discharg'd for disability. 



482 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


M 

< 


Kesidence. 


Kemarks. 


Company H—Con. 








Carter, Horace, .... 


40 


Chelsea, . . 


Died July 31, '63. 


Calef, Horatio S., 






19 


u 


Desr'd Oct. 25, '62. 


Dempsey, Patrick, 






18 


" 


— — 


Dixon, Horatio, 






19 


(( 


- — 


Dean, Charles, 






45 


S. Maiden. . 


- 


Durgin, Augustus, 






32 


Chelsea, . . 


Dis. disab'y, Mar. 9, '63. 


Dickson, John P., 






18 


Maiden, . . 


" " Mar. 27, '03. 


Dickson, Thomas, 






19 


" 


Died Jan. 2, '63. 


Eddy, George B., 






23 


Haverhill. . . 


- 


Elwell, Samuel B., 






42 


Boston. . . . 


[Feb. 4, 1863. 


Edgecomb, Joseph W., 






18 


Chelsea, . . 


Disoliar'd for disability. 


Gifford, Albert D., 






28 


" 


- - 


Grover, Thomas, . 






33 


ii 


- 


Green, Henry, 






25 


a 




Giles, John H., . 






38 


" 


- - 


Guelpha, John B., 






18 


(( 


- 


Griffin, Jacob E., 






33 


a 


— — 


Gillen, John, 






22 


Lawrence, 


Desr'd Oct. 10, '62. 


Holmes, John W., 






31 


Chelsea. . . 


- 


Holbrook, John W., 






21 


" 


- 


Hammond, James E., 






89 


u 


- 


Hatch, Charles H., 






23 


" 


- - 


Hawkes, Harrison, 






29 


li 


- 


Hawes, Augustus W., 






29 


" 


- 


Hooper, James L., 






45 


Roxbury. . . 


- 


Holden, Horace G., 






27 


Chelsea. . . 


- 


Hunnewell, Richard, 






36 


" 


- 


Hinkley, Charles E., 






37 


(( 


- 


Holland, Adelbert, 






21 


" 


[March 13, 1863. 


Hight, Henry W., 






26 


" 


Dischar'd for disability, 


Hodgkins, Francis P., 






37 


" 


Desr'd Dec. 10, '62. 


Jennings, Philip M., 






21 


" 


- 


Jones, Thomas, . 






36 


" 


- — 


Jones, Henry, 






38 


" 


- 


Kennepick, John, 






24 


(( 


Desr'd Nov. 18,'62. 


Murphy, John, 






.21 


Maiden. . . 


- 


McLaughlin, James R., 






20 


Haverhill. . . 


- 


Neland, Patrick J., 






18 


Chelsea. . . 


- 


Nichols, Joseph A., 






31 


" 


[Jan. 13, 1863. 


Nyman, Edgar A., 






24 


" 


Discbar'd for disability, 


Patten, Thaddeus, 






26 


Haverhill. . . 


- 


Pike, Joseph A., . 






18 


Somerville. 


- 


Proctor, Frederick, 






25 


Haverhill. . . 


_ 


Pearson, Reuben, 






39 


Chelsea. . . 


- 


Proctor, George, . 






20 


u 


- 


Quinn, Charles, . 






39 


" 


_ 


Quigley, Edward, 






28 


Lawrence, 


Desr'd Oct. 10, '62. 


Ripley, Robert, . 






31 


Chelsea. . . 


- 


Roberts, Myron C, 






34 


u 


- 


Raymond, Alfred, 


34 


" 





1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



433 



Company H — Con. 
B,ooke, William, . 
Keed, Luther A., . 
Sale, John, . 
Sawtelle, Zachariah, 
Smith, Elijah R., . 
Sampson, Eden, . 
Stone, Samuel P., 
Shipman, William N., 
Snow, William F., 
Tuttle, John S., . 
Vose, Orren B., . 
Woodward, Frederick H., 
Whitmarsh, Jona., 
Wheeler, James E., 
Young, Robert M., 

Company I— 'Worcester 
Nicholas Power, Captain, 
John J. O. Gorman, 1st Lieut, 
Martin Hayes, 2d Lieut., 
Patrick Kelley, 1st Sergeant 
Michael P. Kieley, Sergeant, 
John Kerr, " 

John Magennis, " 

John Hines, " 

Peter J.McConville, Corp'rl. 
Nicholas McMahon, 
James O'Neill, 
James J. Power, 
Philip O'Connell, 
Bernard Tannon, 
John Russell, 
Michael McDonald, 
Brazil, John, 
Burns, James, 
Bradley, John, 
Boyle, James, 
Clarke, James, 
Cahill, James, 
Clune, James, 
Clune, Henry, 
Casey, Patrick, 
Curboy, John, 
Couch, Henry, 
Carey, Thomas, 
Carroll, John, 
Connor, Thomas, 
Connor, James, 
Darney, William H., 
Dunn, James, 



22 

43 
41 
32 

33 
43 

20 
27 
18 
38 
22 
34 
37 
43 
26 



27 
23 
25 
21 
24 
32 
32 
24 
22 
22 
20 
19 
27 
29 
18 
20 
23 
25 
38 
22 
32 
38 
39 
19 
3i 
20 
40 
27 
26 
29 
21 
21 
26 



Maiden. 

Chelsea, 



Randolph. 
Chelsea 



Worcester. 



Westboro'. 
Worcester. 



Westboro'. 
Worcester. 



Westboro'. 
Worcester. 

u 

Westboro'. 
Millbury. 
Worcester, 
AVest Boylsti 
Worcester, 



Disc. disab'y,Mar. 20,'G3, 



Cashr'd June 9,'63. 



Died Aug. 6, '63. 



Died Aug. 19, '63. 



55 



434 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



N A SI E S . 


y Kesidence. 

to 


Remarks 


Company I — Con. 








Dolan, Michael, .... 


21 


Westboro'. . . 


- 


Dee, Jolin, . 






24 


u 


- - 


Delaney, James, . 






29 


Worcester. . . 


- 


Devlin, Henry, 






21 


Milford, . . 


- 


Danahy, Thomas, . 






28 


Worcester. . . 


- 


Dolan, Patrick, 






32 


u 


- - 


Fox, James, 






25 


(( 


- 


Foley, Michael, . 






18 


It 


- 


Forrest, William, . 






18 


Spencer. . . 


- - 


Forrest, Daniel, . 






21 


Li 


- 


Farrell, William, . 






24 


Worcester. . . 


- 


Fay, William J., . 






18 


i( 


- 


Fitzgerald, Martin, 






21 


u 


Died May 2, '63. 


Grady, Dennis, . 






21 


a 


- 


Glancy, Thomas, . 






35 


Lowell. . . . 


- 


Gallagher, Patrick, 






18 


Worcester. . . 


-' 


Higgins, Maurice, 






17 


u 


- - 


Herr, Daniel, 






20 


a 


- 


Hannon, Michael C, . 






22 


Westboro'. . . 


- - 


Hughes, Luke, 






19 


- 


- 


Keliey, John, 






18 


Worcester. . . 


- 


Keevan, Thomas, . 






35 


Westboro'. . . 


- - 


Keliey, Henry T., 






17 


Worcester. . . 


- 


Lee, William, 






35 


Worcester. . . 


- 


McLaughlin, Daniel, 






35 


(( 


- 


McCarthy, Patrick, 






18 


Westboro'. . . 


- - 


McCoy, Michael, . 






22 


a 


- - 


McManus, Patrick, 






30 


Worcester. . . 


- 


McBride, James, . 






34 


41 


- 


Murphy, Jeremiah, 






28 


U 


- 


Meagher, Thomas F., 






26 


U 


— — 


Murphy, John, 






22 


U 


- 


Murphy, Thomas, 






25 


Westboro'. . . 


- - 


Moriarty, John, . 






22 


Millbury. . . 


- 


Moran, Peter, 








22 


Worcester. . , 


- — 


Marion, James, . 








27 


Millbury. . . 


- 


Martin, Thomas, . 








40 


Westboro'. . . 


- 


Murphy, Patrick, 








25 


Worcester, . . 


Died (about) Aug. 8, '63. 


McCoy, Thomas, 








28 


(< 


Desr'd Dec. 1, '62. 


O'Rourke, Charles P., 






25 


a 


Died June 3, 1863. 


O'Connor, Patrick, 






26 


a 


Desr'd Oct. 30, '62. 


Phelan, Francis, . 






18 


a 


- 


Phelan, Michael, 








40 


u 


- 


Porter, Peter, 








22 


Spencer. . . 


- 


Power, James A., 








18 


AVorcester, . . 


Died Aug. 3, 1863. 


Quinn, Martin, 








18 


Westboro'. . . 


- 


Quinn, Patrick, 








28 


Milford. . . . 


- 


Roach, Michael, 








21 


Worcester. . 


- 


Reil, John, . 








21 


u 


- 


Rice, John, . 








33 







1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

FiftietJi Regimen t — Continued. 



435 



Company I — Con. 
Smith, Gordon, . 
Sheehan, Redmond, 
Scrymgour, Thomas, 
Skerret, Nicholas, 
Toner, Michael, . 
Treanor, Owen, . 
Welsh, Michael, . 
Wolfe, Richard, . 
Wood, Henry C., . 



Company K— Georgetown. 
John G. Barnes, Captain, 
John P. Bradstreet, 1st Lieut., 
James H. Rundlett, 2d Lieut., 
Solomon Nelson, 1st Sergeant, 
Edward P. Wilder, Sergeant, 
Charles S. Pearson, " 

John A. Bacon, " 

Samuel H. Batchelder, " 
William A. Ordway, " 
Chauncey O. Noyes, Corporal, 
John G. Scates, " 

Bartholomew Haley, " 
Benjamin P. Carleton, " 
Nathaniel D. Pierce, " 
WiUiam E. Taylor, 
Charles W. Rundlett, " 
George Lucy, " 

Chandler L. Parker, Musician, 
Hamilton L. Perkins, " 
John D. Dinsmore, Wagoner, 
Brown, Gayton, . 
Bailey, William P., 
Balch, Jerre, 
Blackburn, Thomas O., 
Boynton, George M,, 
Carter, George W., 
Carter, Elbridge A., 
Chaffill, Thomas J., 
Colburn, James S., 
Currier, George W., 
Carlton, Orlando S., 
Chadwick, John R., 
Chandler, Isaac H., 
Clough, George AV., 
Crosby, Edward T., 
Dresser, Charles C, 
Dole, Amos G., 
Floyd, Lyman, 
Gove, Henry G., . 



33 1 Worcester. 

19 i 

26 I 

19 i 
18 i 
21 i 

20 I 
24 i 
18 



36 
26 
40 
35 
30 
28 
41 
43 
23 
21 
33 
23 
37 
35 
35 
28 
19 
25 
18 
32 
20 
20 
39 
20 
18 
23 
21 
42 
37 
21 
21 
38 
18 
21 
18 
24 
21 
25 
13 



Georgetown. 

u 

Bradford. . 
Georgetown. 

Bradford. . 

Groveland. 

Boxford. 

Georgetown. 



Bradford. . 
Georgetown. 

Newbury. . 
Bradford. . 
Georgetown. 



Newbury. . 
Topsfield. . 
Georgetown, 



Bradford. 
Boxford. 
Salem. . 
Bradford, 

a 

Georgetown, 

a 

Newbury, . 
Boxford. 



Died June 19, '63. 
Died Mar. 9, 1863. 

Desr'd Oct. 31, '62. 



[iu May, (no date.) 
Dischar'd ,for commis'a 



Died April 1,1863. 

" July 3, 1863. 



Died Nov. 22, '62. 
" Aug. 2, '63. 
" June 2, '63. 
" July 16, '63. 
" May 29, '63. 



436 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

• Fiftieth Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



Company K — Con. 
Goodale, Samuel D., 
Good ell, Charles A., 
Gurley, Augustine W. E. 
Hoyt, Timothy, 
Hall, Daniel W., . 
Hills, Henry C, . 
Hodge, Noah C, 
Hanson, John A., 
Howe, Willard P., 
Hale, Matthew, . 
Hills, Benjamin, . 
Hunkins, William, 
Jewett, Samuel S., 
Jewett, Milton F., 
Johnston, Henry, . 
Kimball, Warren M., 
Kimball, Granville E,., 
Libbey, Ira, . 
Merrill, Colman P., 
Merrill, George W., 
Merrill, Benjamin A., 
Merrill, Lewis A., 
Morse, Edwin C, 
Morse, George F., 
Merrill, Byron J., 
Merrill, Richmond D., 
Myers, Joseph, 
Niles, George, 
Newhall, William H., 
Parsons, John, 
Poor, John S., 
Perry, John, 
Parker, George W., 
Parker, Rufus E., 
Parker, Charles S., 
Poor, Fred. W, . 
Perkins, Calvin G., 
Perkins, Byron L. R., 
Peabody, Charles H., 
Peabody, Daniel A., 
Peabody, Calvin, . 
Poor, Hiram K., . 
Parsons, John H., 
Perley, Thomas P., 
Perley, Asa K., . 
Pickett, Frank E., 
Raymond, Samuel H., 
SpofFord, George H., 
Sherburn, William M. 
Sides, Thomas A., 



18 

18 

44 

38 

24 

26 
i 36 
I 28 

38 
j 34 
I 23 
I 27 
j 35 
! 21 
I 33 

20 
I 19 
■ 29 j 

23 

23 I 

20 

45 

37 

39 

33 

26 

29 

27 

40 

42 

21 

88 

21 

22 

21 

30 

29 

25 

39 

25 

38 

26 

28 

23 

25 

20 

26 

28 

40 

28 



Boxford. 

a 
u 

Georgetown. 

u 

Bradford. . 

a 
u 

Boxford. 

(( 

Georgetown. 



Topsfield, 
Bradford. 



Georgetown. 

u 

(( 

Bradford. . 

a 

Georgetown. 

(( 

Bradford, . 
Georgetown. 
Boxford. 
Newbury, . 
Bradford. . 
Georgetown. 

Groveland. 

u 

Bradford, 

a 

Georgetown 
Bradford. 

u 
a 

Newbury. 

(( 

Boxford, 

Georgetown. 
Bradford. . 
Georgetown. 

u 

Groveland. 



Died May 22, '63. 



Died June 7, '63. 
Died Apr. 9, '63. 

Ap. D. Maj. (no date.) 
Died on passage home. 



Died June 28, '63. 

Dis'ddisab'yJIar 18/63. 

Died May 12, '63. 



Died Aug. 4, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fiftieth Regiment — Concluded. 



437 



NAMES. 


< 


Eesidence. 


Remarks. 


Company K — Con. 








Sherman, Charles F., . 


27 


Chelsea. . . 


— — 


Sides, William 0., 






45 


Groveland, 


Died Apr. 5, '63. 


SpofFord, Amos, . 






40 


Georgetown, . 


" June 4, '63. 


SpofFord, Charles A., 






28 


11 


" Aug. 21, '63. 


Tenney, Moses E., 






23 


u 


- 


Tenney, Charles W., 






18 


tl 


- 


Tenney, Charles E., 






23 


Newbury. . . 


- 


Tenney, John G., 






18 


(( 


- 


Tyler, Charles E., 






23 


Georgetown. . 


- - 


Wiggin, Cyrus B., 






30 


Groveland. 


- - 


Watson, George E., 






26 


Bradford. . . 


_ _ 


Wiley, Frank, 






24 


Newbury. . . 


- _ 


Wildes, James B., 






22 


Georgetown. . 


— - 



The nucleus of this regiment was the old Seventh of the 
Massachusetts militia, which was composed of companies in 
Essex and Middlesex Counties. The colonel and lieutenant- 
colonel had served in the three months' campaign of 1861, 
each having command of a company. The Fiftieth was 
recruited to the full standard at " Camp Stanton," in Boxford. 
It left that camp for New York on the 19th of November, 
1862, at which city it was to embark for the Department of the 
Gulf. It arrived in New York on the 20th, and went into 
quarters for a few days at the Franklin Street barracks. From 
thence it was ordered to Long Island, (East New York,) and 
went into quarters at " Camp Banks." 

November 29th, Companies A, E, I and K, under command 
of Lieutenant-Colonel Locke, proceeded to New York City to 
take transportation on board steamer Illinois, but afterwards 
the order was changed, and Companies A, E and K, under 
command of Captain Putnam, were ordered on board steamer 
Jersey Blue, and Company I was placed on board steamer 
New Brunswick. 

The Jersey Blue sailed from New York about the 11th of 
December, and after proceeding to sea became unmanageable, 
and was obliged to put in at Hilton Head, in distress, where 
the troops were landed, and remained there about three 
weeks, when they embarked on board the barque Guerilla, and 



438 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

arrived at New Orleans on the 20th of January, 1863, and 
went into camp at Carroliton, where they remained until the 
6th of February, when they proceeded by steamer to Baton 
Rouge. 

The steamer New Brunswick with Company I sailed from 
New York on the 1st of December, and arrived at Baton 
Rouge on the 16th of December, where they were attached to 
the Thirtieth Massachusetts Regiment, until the arrival of the 
detachment which sailed by steamer Jersey Blue, and barque 
Guerilla. 

Companies B, C, D, F, G and H, under command of Colonel 
Messer, being ordered on board steamer Niagara at New York 
City, left camp and marched into the city on the 12th of 
December, but owing to the incapacity of the steamer to convey 
all the troops, with their stores, &c., Company H was left at 
Park barracks to be placed on board another transport. 

The Niagara with field and staff, (with the exception of the 
assistant-surgeon, who was detailed with the detachment on 
board the Jersey Blue,) and the five companies before-men- 
tioned sailed on the 13th. On the first night out the steamer 
sprang aleak, and her machinery becoming disabled, it was 
found necessary to put in at Delaware Breakwater. It being 
evident that the steamer could not proceed on her voyage 
without endangering the lives of the troops on board. Colonel 
Messer ordered her to proceed to Philadelphia, where she 
arrived on the 16th, with the troops. Colonel Messer immedi- 
ately ordered a survey to be held upon the steamer which 
resulted in her being condemned. He then conferred with the 
military authorities at New York, who decided to send him a 
transport as soon as possible, and on the 1st day of January, 
1863, the ship Jenny Lind, with Company H on board, arrived 
at Philadelphia. On the 9th of January the regiment left in 
the Jenny Lind for Fortress Monroe, where it arrived on the 
13th. There it was found that the Jenny Lind was incapable 
of accommodating all the troops, and Companies B, D and H 
were transferred to the ship Montebello. The Montebello sailed 
on the 16th, and after a passage of eleven days arrived at New 
Orleans on the 27th. 

Upon arriving at New Orleans the smallpox broke out 
among a portion of the troops on board, not belonging to the 



1864.] HOUSE— No. 100. 439 

Fiftieth Regiment, and she was ordered to the quarantine 
station, twenty miles below New Orleans, where a portion of 
the Fiftieth men suffered somewhat from the epidemic, but no 
deaths occurred from that cause. 

The Jenny Lind arrived at New Orleans on the 9th of 
February, when the troops took passage per steamer Iberville, 
and arrived at Baton Rouge on the 14th instant. The regi- 
ment was there assigned to the command of Acting Brigadier- 
General Dudley, of the First Division, Third Brigade, Nine- 
teenth Army Corps. Preparations were immediately made for 
increasing the efficiency of the regiment by constant drills, 
and strict attention to all the duties belonging to a soldier's 
life. Nothing of special interest occurred until the 14th of 
March, when tlie regiment was ordered into active service, and 
accompanied the entire command of Major-General Banks on 
the expedition of that date to the rear of Port Hudson, some 
twenty miles distant. Here the regiment bivouacked for the 
first time upon the ever memorable night when by the strategic 
movement made by General Banks, Admiral Farragut was 
enabled to pass the batteries of Port Hudson with two of his 
war steamers, the Hartford and Albatross. 

The object of the expedition being accomplished, the Third 
Brigade returned to Baton Rouge, where it took passage by 
steamer to Winter's plantation, a point on the opposite bank 
of the Mississippi, three miles below, and in full view of the 
batteries of Port Hudson. There the regiment performed 
picket duty to enable a communication to be made with 
Admiral Farragut, which being accomplished, it returned to 
camp at Baton Rouge, on the 26th. 

On the 2d of April, the detachment under Lieutenant-Col- 
onel Locke arrived from quarantine, where they had been 
some seventy days. 

On the 9th of April, Companies A, B, C and I of the Fiftieth, 
accompanied an expedition consisting of a force of artillery, 
cavalry and infantry, about six hundred strong, under com- 
mand of Lieutenant-Colonel Everett, of the Second Louisiana 
Regiment, to the Bayou Monticeno, about six miles distant 
from Baton Rouge, on the road to Port Hudson^, for the pur- 
pose of destroying a bridge crossing that stream, which being 



440 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

accomplished the expedition returned to Baton Rouge, after 
an absence of about five hours. 

On the 12th of May, 1863, the regiment marched from 
Baton Rouge, in company with the Third Brigade for Port 
Hudson. Arrived at White's Bayou about noon of the same 
day. White's Bayou crosses the Clinton Road about ten miles 
south-east of Port Hudson. There the regiment was ordered 
to remain. To hold that position was necessary in order to 
prevent a flank movement of the enemy, while our forces were 
concentrating and surrounding Port Hudson in its immediate 
rear. 

After our army had completely surrounded Port Hudson, 
and were in condition to attack it, the Fiftieth was ordered to 
the front, and marched from White's Bayou to a position 
within range of the enemy's batteries on the 26th of May, 
1863. On the 27th, the regiment was engaged in the assault 
upon Port Hudson. The casualties during the engagement 
were one private mortally, and three slightly wounded. From 
the 27th of May until June 14th, the regiment was engaged 
supporting batteries. On the 14th, it was ordered to engage 
in the assault on Port Hudson, but was held in the reserve 
column, and did not participate in the fight. Prom this date 
the regiment was engaged wholly in supporting batteries 
during the bombardment, until the 9th of July, when the 
fortress surrendered. 

On the 8th, it marched within the fortifications, and did 
garrison duty until the 29th, when it took passage on board 
steamer Omaha and proceeded up the Mississippi on its way 
home. On the 3d of August, the steamer having grounded 
heavily on a sand-bar, near Helena, Arkansas, the men were 
transferred to steamer G. M. Kennett, and arrived at Cairo, 
Illinois, August 6th. From thence proceeded by railroad, and 
arrived in Boston August 11th, and mustered out of the 
United States service at Wenham, August 24th. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 



441 



PIPTY-FIUST REGIMENT. 



Augustus B. R. Sprague, Col., 
John M. Studley, Lieut. Col., 
Elijah A. Harkness, Major, . 
J. Stewart Brown, Adjt., 
Benjamin D. Dwinnell, Quartm'r, 
George Jewett, Surgeon, 
J. Homer Darling, Asst. Surg'n, . 
Paul C. Garvin, " ♦' 

Gilbert Cummings, Jr., Chapl'n, 
George E. Barton, Sergt. Major, , 
Edward P. Cotting, Hosp. Stew., 
Edward S. Washburn, Q. M. S., , 
Henry W. Stayner, Com. Sergt., 

Company A— "Worcester. 
Edwin A. Wood, Captain, . 
Jno. W. Sanderson, 1st Lieut., 
Calvin U. Harrington, 2d Lieut., 
Jno. M. Cheney, 1st Sergeant, 
Robert H. Chamberlin, Sergeant, 
Samuel M. Bowman, " 

Edwin L. Dodge, " 

John A. Prentiss, " 

Joseph A. Harrington. Corporal, 
Francis L Avery, " 

Daniel H. Knowlton, " 

Levi S. Bigelow, " 

Henry A. Green, " 

George L. Bliss, " 

Samuel F. Bond, " 

Charles S. Ayers, " 

William B. Mclver, » 

Asaph Glazier, " 

Harrison Maynard, Musician, 
Lavine Libbey, " 

Arnold, C. Oscar, 
Babcock, William B., 
Barr, Alfred D., . 
Bemis, Charles A., 
Bigelow, Edward D., 
Boyden, Rufus H., 
Brooks, Joseph B., 
Brownhill, Charles, 
Barlow, Loring S., 
Bolis, King, 
Galium, William I., 
Carruth, Joseph W., 
Chapin, George P., 
Cheever, William F., 



35 
34 

24 
24 
28 
37 
24 

37 
21 
26 
18 
22 



36 
31 
25 
24 
24 
25 
37 
33 
32 
25 
23 
37 
21 
30 
26 
27 
27 
29 
29 
45 
18 
41 
21 
23 
26 
21 
22 
24 
19 
18 
21 
19 
32 
28 



Worcester. 



Fitchburg. . 
E. Douglas. 
Boston. . . 
Worcester. . 

Worcester. . 

N. London, Ct., 



Worcester. 
Westboro'. 
Worcester. 



Clinton. 
Worcester. . 
Northampton. 
Worcester. . 

Shrewsbury. 



Worcester. 



Northboro', 
Shrewsbury. 
Worcester, 
Auburn. 
Northboro'. 
N'w Braintree 
Worcester. 
<( 

N'w Braintree 
Worcester. 

N'w Braintree, 
Shrewsbury, 
Holden. 
Northboro'. 

Worcester. 



[March 1, 1863. 
Promoted from Private, 



Disc. aisab'y,Feb.5, '63. 
Disc, disab'y, Mar. 3, "63. 



Dis. disab'y, Jan. 14, '63. 



Tr. to Co. F, Oct. 6, '62. 

Died May 17, '63. 



56 



442 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifty-First Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company A — Con. 
Clapp, Albert P., 
Clapp, George W. T., 
Clemence, James A., 
Colburn, Albert, . 
Cook, Norton L., . 
Cotting, Edward P., 
Davis, Charles, . 
Dickinson, James S., 
Doane, Hiram W., 
DeLuce, George E., 
Eddy, Theodore A., 
Estabrook, Edward A., 
Everett, Handel P., 
Fiske, George W., 
Follett, William K., 
Flagg, Frank A., . 
Glazier, Henry, . 
Gleason, John B., 
Good now, Henry H., 
Gordon, Robert E., 
Gordon, William F., 
Gordon, Seth B., . 
Goulding, John C, 
Green, John W., . 
Hapgood, LeanderR., 
Harrington, Jerome, 
Hastings, Marshall H., 
Hays, William, . 
Holmes, Edwin H., 
Howe, Leander, . 
Hodgkins, Leander, 
Hudson, George N., 
Hapgood, Frank L., 
Hudson, James O., 
Handy, George W., 
Johnson, Lewis, . 
King, George H., 
Knowlton, Frederick M. 
Lawrence, George C, 
Lackey, Rufus A., 
Lamson, Henry H., 
Lewis, James, 
Loring, John W., 
Loriug, Silas H., . 
Louks, Alonzo B., 
Manning, William, 
Mentzer, Cyrus H., 
JNichols, Lysander B., 
Palmer, James, . 
Pratt, Frank B., . 



25 

23 

18 

18 

32 

26 

28 

24 

18 

19 

18 

20 

24 

34 

21 

19 

39 

21 

21 

24 

29 

26 

18 

23 

45 

30 

35 

25 

23 

39 

19 

18 

18 

32 

25 

31 

33 

20 

23 

25 

21 

24 

31 

29 

22 

26 

18 

22 

22 

20 



Shrewsbury. 
Worcester. 



Shrewsbury. 

Boston, . . 

Worcester. 

Boylston. . 

Worcester. 

Northboro'. 

Worcester. 



Shrewsbury. 
Worcester. 
Shrewsbury. 
Worcester. 
Rutland. . 
Worcester. . 



Shrewsbury, 
Worcester, . 

Northboro'. 
Worcester. 
Shrewsbury, 
Worcester. 



Shrewsbury, 
AVorcester. . 
Northboro'. 
Worcester. 

Shrewsbury. 



Remarks. 



[March 1, 1S63. 
App. Hospital Steward, 



Died Feb. 15, '63. 



Died July 9, '63. 
" July 12, '63. 



Died July 13, '63. 

Dis. disab'y, Jan. 14, '63. 
" Apr. 1,'C3. 



Died June 23, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fifty-First Regiment — Continued. 



443 



Company A — Con. 
Randlett, Nathaniel, 
Reardon, William, 
Rice, Charles M., . 
Rich, William A., 
Richardson, Edward P., 
Smith, James G., . 
Shepard, George B., . 
Stone, Lyman, 
Storrs, Henry C, 
Thayer, Friewalden C, 
Thresher, Albert A., . 
Twitchell, Frederick L., 
Warren, Charles L., . . 
Wheeler, Asa N., 
White, William H., . 
Wesson, Josiah W., 
Wood, Jesse E., . 
Woods, George, . 
Wilson, William, . 

Company B— Holden. 
George Bascom, Captain, 
Francis W. Adams, 1st Lieut 
Emery Rogers, " " 

George W. Dodd, 2d Lieut, 
George Burnett, 1st Sergt., 
Isaac Damon, Sergeant, 
A. A. Livermore, " 
C. H. Wesson, " . 
J. F. Hubbard, " . 
Henry C. Ward, Corporal, 
George Varney, " 

Henry H. Lincoln, " 
Cyrus Cheney, Jr., " 
Charles R. Bartlett, " 
Albert C. Lincoln, " 
Arthur H. Pomroy, " 
Edson Fairbanks, " 
Luther D. Legg, Musician, 
George E. Savage, " 
Allen, Henry A., . 
Adams, Henry O., 
Adams, Salem T., 
Alden, Charles, . 
Belden, Charles R. 
Barrett, Hiram, . 
Bellows, Jonas M., 
Baker, Lyman S., 
Browning, William F., 
Butler, Charles S., 



37 
21 
19 
37 
30 
29 
20 
19 
28 
18 
22 
30 
21 
26 
18 
43 
18 
24 
28 



32 
23 
21 
43 
27 
45 
33 
42 
25 
39 
32 
22 
23 
20 
25 
20 
27 
19 
18 
27 
28 
26 
30 
19 
38 
29 
27 
34 
24 



Northboro'. 

Millbury. . 

Worcester. 

Northboro'. 

Shrewsbury, 

Worcester. . 

Shrewsbury. 

Northboro'. 

Worcester. 

u 

N'w Braintree 
Northboro'. 
Shrewsbury. 
Worcester. 

Shrewsbury. 
Worcester. . 
N'w Braintree 
Worcester, 



Holden. . . 
Brookfield, . 
Holden. 
Paxton. . . 
Holden. . . 

Millbury. . 
Rutland. . 
Holden. . . 
Paxton. . . 
Brookfield. . 
Sturbridge. 
Holden. 
Rutland. . 
Auburn. 
Greenwich. 
Rutland. . 
Millbury. . 

Paxton. . . 
Brookfield. 
Sturbridge. 

Holden. 
Brookfield. . 

Rutland. 
Paxton. . . 



Died July 19, '63. 



Dis. (lisab'y, Jan. 14, '63. 



DJs. disab'y,Jan. 25, 'G3. 



Des'd Oct. 20, '62. 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifty-First Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


i 

< 


Residence. 


Remarks. 


Company B — Con. 








BigeloTV, Charles G., . 


24 


Paxton. . . . 


_ - 


Bartlett, Joel, 






35 


Brookfield. 


- - 


BufFum, Benjamin W., 






27 


W. Boylston. . 


- - 


Copp, John H., . 






31 


Brookfield. 


- - 


Chenery, Henry C, 






21 


Holden. . . 


- - 


Conant, Everett W., . 






20 


Paxton. . . 




— — 


CanniiF, Lyman R., 






21 


Holden. 




- 


Dodge, Alanson H., 






30 


Paxton. . . 




— — 


Dean, Perrein, 






22 


Rutland. 




- 


Dudley, Marcus M., 






23 


Millbury. 




_ 


Eames, Ambrose, 






45 


Paxton. . 




- - 


Emery, Frederick, 






22 


Rutland. 




- - 


Fales, Henry M., . 






23 


Holden. . 




_ _ 


Forbush, Edwin I., 






21 


Rutland. 




_ - 


Gibbs, Joseph, 






36 


u 




- _ - 


Gallup, Osborn, . 






21 


Brookfield. 




- - 


Gallup, Hiram, . 






2i 


(( 




- 


Gager, Simon, 






37 


(( 




- - 


Gilbert, Nahum, . 






45 


(( 




- 


Green, Samuel C, 






41 


Rutland. 




— ' — 


Gwinn, James W., 






19 


- 




- - 


Hubbard, Martin, . 






39 


Holden. . 




- 


Holmes, John, Jr., 






27 


Paxton. . 




- - 


Hobbs, Charles F., 






33 


Brookfield. 




- _ 


Hubbard, Joseph M., 






23 


Worcester. 




- _ 


Hubbard, Lyman A., 






19 


Holden. . 




- 


Handy, William H., 






21 


(( 




- - 


Howes, Kirkland A., 






26 


_ 




Tms. to Co. F, 42d Begt. 


Holt, Henry M., . 






21 


Holden, . 




Died Nov. 14, '62. 


Knowlton, Franklin A. 






22 


(( 




- - 


Kennon, Myron, Jr., 






21 


n 




- 


Keep, Willi im E., 






19 


" 




- 


Larned, George H., 






25 


Worcester. 




_ _ 


Mullett, Charles F., 






19 


Brookfield. 




- 


Marsh, George W., 






20 


Auburn. 




- - 


McGrath, James, 






20 


Holden. . 




_ - 


McGillicuddy, Michael, 






26 


Brookfield. 




- - 


McCarty, John, . 






44 


Rutland. 




- - 


Moulton, Menzies R., 






31 


(( 




- - 


Martin, James, 






43 


(( 




- - 


Newton, Samuel A., 






40 


Paxwn. . 




^ _ 


Pomroy, Henry F., 






25 


Greenwich. 




- 


Pike, Francis W., 






34 


Paxton. . 




- — 


Parmenter, Rodney A. 






21 


Holden. . 




- 


Pierce, Oliver, 






31 


Holden. . 




- 


Parker, William, . 






19 


k( 




- 


Parker, Charles E., 






34 


Rutland, 




Died July 7, '63. 


Rice, John F., 






34 


11 




- 


Sawyer, John G., 






30 


Millbury. 




- 


Sanderson, Alfred A., 






20 


Rutland. 




~ ~ 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fifty-First Regiment — Continued. 



445 



NAMES. 


< 


Residence. 


Eemarks. 


Company B — Con. 


• 






Sanderson, Pliney W., . 


. 19 


Rutland. . . 


_ _ 


Smith, David F., . 




. 35 


u 




- 


Smith, Frank W., 




. 19 


li 




- - 


Smith, Daniel H., . 




. 19 


a 




- - 


Smith, David, 




. 20 


Holden. . . 




- 


Smith, John W., . 




. 25 


Paxton. . 




- 


Savage, Isaac R., . 




. 36 


u 




- 


Sawtelle, Franklin H., 




. 27 


Brookfield. . 




- 


Steere, Clarence E., 




. 19 


- 




- - 


, Taylor, Simeon D., 




. 20 


Rutland. . 




- - 


Thompson, Joseph, 




. 34 


Brookfield. . 




- 


Truesdell, Horace L., 




. 19 


Holden. . . 




- - 


Warren, William M., 




. 31 


Paxton. . . 




- 


Wetherbee, Albert, 




. 20 


Rutland. 




_ _ 


Winn, Cyrus D., . 




. 42 


Holden. . . 




- - 


Winslow, Edward C, 




. 28 


Millbury. 




- 


Waters, George E., 




. 23 


Sutton. . 




- - 


Woodbury, John L., . 


. 24 


u 




Died June 24, '63. 


Company C— "Worcestei 


. 






Thomas W. Higginson, Capt 


ain, . 38 


Worcester, . . 


Promoted Col. 1st S. C. 


John B. Goodeil, " 


. 2S 


(( 




[Vols., Kov. 17, '62. 


John B. Goodeil, 1st Lieut., 


. 26 


(1 




rrmt'd Capt.,Dec.24,'62. 


Luther H. Bigelow, 1st " 


. 25 


u 




- - 


Luther H. Bigelow, 2d " 


. 25 


u 




Prmt'dlstLt.,Dec.24,'62. 


J. Orlando Barnes, 2d " 


. 33 


(1 




- - 


Henry C. Wadsworth, 1st Se 


rgt, . 24 


u 




_ 


Charles N. Hair, Sergeant, 


. 31 


u 




- - 


William M. Miller, " 


. 25 


ki 




- - 


George E. Dunlap, " 


. 29 


u 




- 


James E. Dennis, " 


. 3L 


u 




_ — 


James S. Rogers, " 


22 


a 




Disc, disab'y, Feb. 6, '63. 


Stephen E. Greene, " 


. 18 


i( 




" prom'ii,Maj'29,'63. 


Chas. A. Goddard, Corporal, 


. 29 


u 




- 


Joseph G. Longley, " 


. 39 


Westboro'. 




- 


Charles H. Heywood, " 


. 23 


Worcester.- 




- - 


William H. Johnson, " 


22 


Northboro'. 




- - 


Charles H. Porter, " 


'. 29 


Worcester. 




- 


Samuel P. Perry, " 


. 21 


u 




- 


Edwin A. Otis, " 


. 19 


Lancaster. 




— — 


Samuel D. Barrett, " 


. 25 


Worcester, 




Dis'd June 23, '63. 


Edwin H. Bliss, " 


22 


u 




Died Feb. 16, '63. 


George E. Barton, " 


. 21 


u 




Pro. Sg't-M:aj.,Nov.4,'62. 


Charles F. Coe, Musician, 


. 15 


u 




- 


Nathan S. Coburn, " 


. 47 


u 




Dlschar'd for disability, 


Battelle, George L., 


. 30 


(t 




[Feb. 6, 1863. 


Brown, Edwin, . 


. 18 


a 




- - 


Butler, George C, 


. 18 


(C 




- 


Bullard, Ira B., . 


. 25 


Sutton. . 




- - 


Carrico, Benjamin, 


. 28 


Worcester. 


•~ ~ 



446 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifty-First Regiment — Continued. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 



Company C — Con. 
Chamberlin, Moses A., 
Chamberlin, Warren C., 
Clapp, William H., 
Cole, Martin, 
Cooke, Samuel H., 
Davis, Bowers, 
Davis, Winthrop, 
Eames, Alfred M., 
Eames, Edwin A., 
Earle, Stephen C, 
Estey, William H., 
Flynn, Thomas, . 
Fry, Charles B., 
Fuller, Samuel H., 
Gibson, Philip D., 
Glover, Warren, . 
Greene, Robert E., 
Gould, William, . 
Gilbert, Thomas, . 
Harris, Charles B., 
Haskins, William G., 
Hersey, Albert W., 
Heywood, Henry A., 
Hicks, Loren L., 
Hinds, Edwin W., 
Holbrook, John, 
Hoppin, Charles A., 
Haven, Charles W., 
Johnson, John F., 
Kendall, George M., 
Kenney, Austin S., 
Kett, Henry F., . 
King, James M., . 
Kendall, Henry J., 
Laverty, John R.., 
Lowe, Moses A., . 
Longley, Henry G., 
Maynard, Charles L., 
Moore, Charles A., 
Muzzy, Franklin A., 
Nichols, John, 
Nichols, J. Edward, 
Nourse, Frank E., 
Nye, Franklin, . 
Pierce, Chai-lesF., 
Pratt, John, 
Puffer, J. Marshall, 
Putnam, Henry D., 
Putnam, Henry W., 
Putnam, Wheelock T., 



23 

i 29 
i 19 
22 
20 
22 
23 
18 
20 
23 
21 
21 
18 
28 
23 
27 
19 
36 
29 
19 
21 
20 
20 
18 
28 
21 
28 
18 
19 
21 
19 
21 
25 
19 
19 
20 
21 
18 
22 
29 
26 
19 
21 
22 
18 
19 
10 
18 
20 
21 



Templeton. 

u 

Worcester. 



Oxford. . . 

Worcester. 

Framingham. 

u 

Worcester. 

Oakham. 

Worcester. 



Sutton. . 
Worcester. 
Grafton. 
Worcester, 
:( 

Clinton. 
W. Boylston 
Worcester. 
Shrewsbury. 
Worcester. 



Northboro', 
Worcester. 
Sutton. . 
AVorc ester. 
Monson. 
Worcester, 



N. Reading. 
Oxford. . 
Lancaster. 
Hardwick. 
Worcester. 



Oxford. . 
Worcester. 



[March 3, 1863. 
Dischar'd for disability, 

Died June, 1863. 



Died Feb. 18, '63. 

Died April 19, '63. 
Died Feb. 25, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fifty-First Regiment — Continued. 



447 



Company C — Con. 
nice, Henry S., . 
Ehoades, Jonathan, 
Eoss, William W., 
Rich, John S., 
Rice, George D., . 
Russell, Francis C, 
Spaulding, Lorenzo Q., 
Stowe, William H., 
Strong, Luther W., 
Stratton, Eugene W., 
Stayner, Henry W., 
Taft, Frank C, . 
Tourtellotte, George W., 
Tapley, David G., 
Whittemore, George S., 
Whittemore, Joseph, 
Willis, William G., 
Winn, Henry A., . 
Whittemore, Charles P. 



Company D— Worcester. 
George W. Prouty, Captain. 
Luther Capron, Jr., 1st Lieut., 
Joel H. Prouty, 2d Lieut., . 
George H. Conklin, 1st Sergeant, 
James W. Woodward, Sergeant, . 
John M. White, 
William H. Brigham, 
James Crockett, 
Edward S. Stone, 
Jarius B. Lamb, 
William T. Farr, 
Stephen T. Coe, Corporal, 
William F. Knowlton, 
Daniel Wilkins, 
Erastus W. Woodis, 
Eugene Leddy, 
George W. Moore, 
Eli B. Fairbank, 
William H. Vanerman, 
Amos Sprague, Jr., 
George S. Duckworth, Musician, 
Charles S. Smith, « 

Allen, Henry W., 
Ames, Jonathan M., 
Alden, Addison F., 
Ball, David H., . 
Bacheller, Herbert J., 
Baker, David, 
Browning, Alfred F., 



23 
44 
25 
18 
20 
24 
28 
21 
33 
18 
22 
18 
18 
30 
41 
23 
28 
17 
28 



36 
29 
25 
22 
32 
31 
31 
30 
22 
28 
45 
22 
29 
22 
21 
19 
23 
34 
31 
23 
26 
17 
22 
45 
34 
27 
26 
38 



Auburn. 
Worcester. 
W. Boylston. 

Sutton, . . 
Auburn, 
Fitchburg, . 
Worcester. 



N. London, Ct. 
Worcester. 
Sutton. . . 
Worcester. 
(( 

W. Boylston. 
Worcester. . 



Worcester. 



Eis. disab'y, Apr. 2S, '63. 

Died March 9, '63. 

Trans, to 533 Regiment, 
[Nov. 18, 18G2. 



Died Feb. 2, 1863. 

rromot'd to Com. Sergt. 
[Xov. 4, 1862. 



[Mar. 17, 18G3. 
Dischargd for disability, 



Strafford, 
Worcester. 
Derry, N. H 
Worcester, 



Calais, Me 
Worcester. 



Worcester. 

Oakham. 

Worcester. 

a 

Northboro'. 
Lynn. . 
Worcester. 



Ct, 



Dis. disab'y, Nov. 25, '62. 
" Mar. 3, '63. 

' May 29, '63. 



Dis. disab'y, Nov. 25, '62. 

Died Jan 11, '63. 
Desr'd Nov. 14,'62. 



448 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Fifty-First Regiment — Continued. 



Company D — Con. 
Blankinghorn, John, 
Bootman, William O., 
Chase, Charles S., 
Chamberlin, Edmond H. 
Clark, Hiram J., . 
Chapman, Elbridge, 
Clemence, Henry M., 
Conkey, John S., . 
Crosby, Henry C, 
Cutler, Frank, 
Campbell, William A., 
Darling, Alvin M., 
Pewing, Alonzo F., 
Fames, George P., 
Edwards, Thomas W., 
Everest, James B., 
Farwell, Charles, . 
Flagg, Thomas M., 
Fenner, William G., 
Fisher, John W., 
Finneran, William, 

Gates, John B., . 

Gates, Walter, 

Goddard, Leander, 

Gill, George F., . 

Hanscon, Edwin A., 

Hapgood, Henry K., 

Hastings, Ira B., . 

Higgings, Isaiah, Jr., 

Hill, Henry K., . 

Howe, James, 

Heath, Guilford P., 

Knights, Estes, 

Kirby, George E., 

Kelley, Thomas, . 

Mix, Isaac C, 

Mellsop, James, . 

Midgley, Joseph, . 

Moffitt, Alexander C, 

May, Edwin, 

Noyes, James R., . 

Cakes, Walter B., 

Prouty, Elliot C, . 

Pierce, Royal S., . 

Rand, William A., 
Ransom, Melville V., 
Rathgan, Edward, 
Rathgan, John, . 
Riggs, Albert, 
Robinson, Curtis E., 



29 

33 

IS 

22 

18 

22 

25 

28 

38 

39 

23 

27 

23 

26 

25 

36 

22 

20 

21 

44 

24 

24 

23 

32 

24 

32 

27 

23 

30 

30 

25 

19 

42 

23 

21 

44 

19 

19 

22 

21 

37 

19 

20 

45 

20 

22 

35 

36 

23 

20 



AVorcester. . 



Worcester. . 

Southbridge. 

Worcester. 



Smithfield, K. I. 
Shrewsbury. 
Worcester. 



Boylston. . 
Worcester. . 
N'w Haven, Ct, 
Worcester. . 



Northboro'. 
Auburn. 
Worcester. 
Woodst'ck,Vt, 
Ft. Ann, N. Y, 
Worcester. . 

Charlton. . 
AVorcester, 

a 

Franconia, N. H. 

Worcester. 

u 

Worcester. . 

Hitchcockv'le.Ct 

Worcester. . 



Died June 29, '63. 



Died Feb. 18, '63. 



Died Mar. 27, '63. 



Trs. to 15th Reg't. 



Des'd Nov. 22, '62. 



Disc, disab'y, Mar. 3, '63. 



1864.] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 
Fifty-First Regiment — Continued. 



449 



Eemarks. 



Company D — Con. 
Swann, Frank F., 
Sisson, AVilllam B., 
Smith, Roswell A., 
Sturtevant, Charles H. 
ShurtlefF, Samuel H., 
Schofield, John E., 
Salisbury, Erastus, 
Taft, William W., 
Toomey, Michael, 
UfFord, Edward W., 
Walker, Charles A., 
Wallis, OsbornH., 
Whitcomb, Jeremiah H. 
Woodbury, Charles F. 
Willis, George M., 
Wood, Joel D., . 

Company E— Grafton 
William F. Wheeler, Captain, 
Charles P. Winslow, 1st Lieut., 
George F. Jourdan, 2d Lieut, 
William L. Longley, 1st Sergeant 
James Gleason, Sergeant, 
Geo. F. Fayerwether, " 
John W. Bigelow, " 
James W. McKenzie, " 
John Wheeler, " 

Seth J. Axtell, Jr., Corpor'l, 
Henry C. Webb, 
Charles B. Sawin, " 
John F. Searle, " 

Daniel C. Brown, " 
Edward B. Dudley, " 
Joseph K. Axtell, " 
James E. McClellan, " 
George Ferry, Musician, 
Festus Faulkner, Jr., " 
Ellery T. Steere, Bugler, 
Dwight L. Moore, Wagoner 
Aldrich, Ira C, . 
Ainsworth, Samuel A., 
Bartlett, George A., 
Bemis, Augustine B., 
Bigelow, Eugene F., 
Biscoe, Arthur G., 
Brigham, Francis A., 
Burt, Aaron B., . 
Bullard, Martin, . 
Burnap, Henry A., 
Balcom, Willai-d, . 



23 
19 
26 
21 
31 
U 
31 
19 
19 
31 
19 
21 
39 
27 
29 
45 



32 
31 
26 
24 
35 
22 
28 
32 
33 
20 
32 
22 
22 
24 
19 
27 
24 
18 
20 
29 
29 
18 
20 
31 
21 
18 
20 
23 
24 
18 
18 
33 



Worcester. 



Uxbridge 
Clyde, N. Y., 
Worcester. 



Millbury, 



W'orcester. 

Westboro'. 

Grafton. 

Millbury. 

Grafton. 

Westboro'. 

Grafton. 



Sutton. . 

Southboro' 

Grafton. 

(( 

Sutton. . 
Grafton. 



Westboro'. 
Millbury, 

Grafton. 

u 

Millbury, 

Grafton. 

Southboro'. 

(( 

Grafton. 
Westboro'. 
Northbridge 
Westboro'. 

(( 

Grafton, 



Desr'd Oct. 27, '62. 



Disc, disab'y, Feb. 18,'63. 



Disc, disab'y, Mar. 3, 'B?. 

Desr'd Nov. 22, '62. 



Disc'dMar.21,'63. 



Drown'd, (nodategv'n.) 



Disc, disab'y, Jan. 1, '6 



[3, 1862. 
Trans, to 15th Regt. Not. 



Disc, disab'y, Feb. 7, '63. 



57 



450 ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Fifty-First Regiment — Continu ed. 



[Jan. 



NAMES. 


to 

< 


Residence. 


Kemarks. 


Company E — Con. 








Brown, George H., . . . 


33 


Northbridge, . 


Disc, disab'y, Feb. 16,'63. 


Bennett, Dexter W., . 






21 


Westboro'. . . 


" Mar. 3, '63, 


Carter, Andrew P., 






24 


<( 


- 


Chamberlin, Edward F. 


5 




27 


Grafton. . . 


- 


Copp, William A., 






18 


u 


- 


Caswell, Moses S., 






18 


a 


Disc, disab'y, Mar. 3, '63 


Daniels, Marcus, . 






21 


u 


- - 


Davis, James, 






27 


u 


- 


Davis, Theodore L., 






22 


Westboro'. . . 


/ _ _ 


Drurv, John H., . 






18 


Grafton. . . 


- 


Fay, A. Claflin, . 






23 


Southboro'. 


- 


Fisher, William H., 






28 


Grafton. . . 


- 


Fletcher, William C, . 






19 


(( 


- - 


Foster, John A., . 






18 


Westboro'. . . 


- 


Foster, Henry S., 






25 


u 


- - 


French, George H., 






21 


Grafton. . . 


- 


French, Charles N., 






18 


i( 


Died Mar. 1, 1863. 


Garvin, Lucius F. C, . 






21 


- 


- 


Goddard, Perley, . 






28 


Grafton. . . 


- 


Greenwood, Nathan H. 




! 19 


Millbury. . . 


- 


GifFord, AVelcome F., . 






18 


Grafton, . . 


Disc. disab'y,Mar. 26,'63. 


Hammond, William H. 






21 


u 


- - 


Harrington, Francis, 






42 


Westboro'. . . 


- 


Holden, Charles J., 






31 


Grafton. . . 


- 


Hudson, Edward, 






22 


Westboro'. . . 


- 


Howard, Henry W., 






21 


Sutton, . . . 


Disc, disab'y, Nov. 1, '62. 


Horton, Miron J., 






21 


Westboro', . . 


Jan. 16, '63. 


Johnson, John W., 






40 


(1 


- 


Johnson, Cornelius W. 






22 


Southboro', 


Disc, disab'y, Jan. 1, '63. 


Kempton, Russell A., 




. 


22 


Grafton. . . 


- 


Lackey, Robert S., 






21 


Westboro'. . . 


- 


Lathe, Cheney, Jr., 






18 


Grafton. . . 


- 


Leland, John, Jr., 






21 


u 




Lewis, Reuben L., 






32 


— - 


— — 


Long, Charles E., . 






21 


Westboro'. . . 


- 


Loud, Charles Q., 






20 


<( 


Disc, disab'y, Jan. 16,'63. 


Munroe, Charles E., 






19 


Grafton, . . 


Died Jan. 28, '63. 


Parker, Charles O., 






21 


Westboro'. . . 


- 


Plaisted, Simon M., 






24 


Worcester. . . 


- 


Pogur, John, 






19 


Grafton. . . 


- 


Pratt, Otis B., 






36 


(1 


- 


Pratt, George B., . 






28 


u 


- - 


Pratt, Samuel H., 






21 


u 


Died Feb. 2, 1863. 


Randall, Charles F., 






24 


Sutton. . . . 


- 


Rice, Henry F., . 






19 


u 


- 


Robinson, James F., 






24 


Westboro'. . . 


- 


Sibley, Francis D., 






23 


Millbury. . . 


- 


Staples, Samuel 0., 






19 


Westboro'. . . 


- - 


Streeter, Merrick L., 






25 


Sturbridge. 


- 


Taft, Emory A., . 






40 


Grafton. • . 





1864,] 



HOUSE— No. 100. 

Fifty-First Regiment — Continued. 



451 



Company E — Con. 
Van Curen, Abram, 
Waters, Andrew, . 
Watts, Edward W., 
Webster, George C, 
Wesson, Henry A., 
Wood, Edwin D., 
Walker, James S., 
Warren, George W., 
Walker, Hiram N., 
Walker, Edwin J., 
Walcott, Lyman A., 



Company F— Worcester. 
John S. Baldwin, Captain, . 
Charles H. Peck, 1st Lieut., 
Samuel S. Eddy, 2d Lieut., . 
Henry J. Jennings, 1st Sergt., 
Eben D. Cheney, Sergeant, 
Henry P. Wright, " 
John P. Haynes, " 

John C. Burley, « 

Edwin I. Coe, Corporal, . 
Daniel W. Wright, " 
Abraham H. Newton, " 
D. Wilson Barlow, " 
Edwin D. McFarland, " 
Oliver B. Wyman, " 
James E. Hastings, " 
Charles H. Cutting, » 
Elliot G. Leathers, Musician, 
Daniel A. Minter, 
Allison, William, . 
Allen, Waldo S., . 
Armstrong, James, 
Bacon, William M., 
Bowen, Michael, . 
Burley, Orson L., 
Boyden, Mason A., 
Bailey, Joseph E., 
Back, Albert, 
Bolio, King, 
Church, Stephen,. 
Cobley, John, 
Childs, James M., 
Crane, Edwin M., 
Chase, Levi B., . 
Dean, E. Wilder, 
Daniels, Frank G., 
Dunnell, Franklin, 
Dillon, Patrick G., 



43 
37 
26 
18 
20 
21 
24 
22 
21 
23 
21 



j 29 
34 
26 
32 
21 
23 
24 
26 
19 
27 
40 
21 
31 
36 
41 
21 
22 
21 
22 
19 
43 
31 
22 
28 
19 
40 
24 
19 
45 
30 
38 
26 
28 
22 
19 
35 
21 



Grafton. 

a 

Sutton. . 
Grafton. 

u 

Westboro', 
Grafton, 
Westboro', 
Southboro', 

Grafton, 



Worcester. 



Oakham. . 
Sturbridge. 
Worcester. 

u 

Sturbridge. 

Worcester. 

W. Brookfield 

Worcester. 

Shrewsbury. 

Worcester. 



W. Brookfield 
Worcester. 
(( 

N'w Braintree 
Worcester. 

u 

W. Brookfield 
Sturbridge. 
Shrewsbury. 
Worcester. 
Sturbridge. 
Worcester. 
W. Brookfield 
Sturbridge, 
Oakham. . 
Worcester. 
a 

W. Brookfield. 



Disc, disab'y, Jan. 16, '63. 

" " Jan. 30, '63. 

Mar. 3, '63. 

Died Jan. 18, '63. 
" Apr. 28, '63. 
" June 16, '63. 



Died Jan. 24, '63. 



Died July 12, '63. 



Dis.disb'y, Feb. 17, 'G3. 

Disch'd acc't of wounds, 

[June 2, 18G3. 



452 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Fifty-First Regiment — Continued. 



1 

1 

NAMES. j 

i 


to 

< 


Residence, 


Remarks. 


Company F — Con. j 


\ 






Emery, William W., . 


19 


Worcester. 


- 


Frost, Edward H., . . • 


30 


(( 


— — 


Gould, Edwin S., ... 


19 


Oakham. . 


- 


Gleason, Frank H., . 


19 


Sturbridge. 


- 


Goodnow, Nahum R., . 


19 


Worcester. 


- 


Hooker, William H., . • 


27 


Sturbridge. 


- 


Hooker, Lathrop L., . • • j 


31 


(( 


- - ■ 


Harlow, Henry, .... 


2